Brookline, Massachusetts Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Lawyers
Brookline, Massachusetts is a town of approximately 57,000 people and is bordered by Boston and Newton. Brookline was settled in the 1600s and was actually part of Boston until 1705. Residents of Brookline enjoy great restaurants, stately brownstone-lined streets, and a family-friendly atmosphere. The residents of Brookline have a broad cultural diversity, and the Brookline High School has students from fifty foreign countries.
Located in Norfolk County, Brookline is in close proximity to the Longwood Medical Complex, which hosts some of the best hospitals in Massachusetts and the country. Three lines of the MBTA Green Line get residents from Brookline into downtown Boston.
Two courts have jurisdiction over the town of Brookline. Brookline District Court is located at 360 Washington Street near the Brookline Village MBTA stop. The Brookline District Court hears both criminal (misdemeanor) and civil matters (including personal injury cases under $25,000), and is presided over by a single justice. The Norfolk Superior Court, which has jurisdiction over Brookline and all other towns in the county, is located in nearby Dedham, MA.
Breakstone, White and Gluck is located in downtown Boston, and is easily accessible from Brookline by MBTA or by car. Our personal injury attorneys are experienced with trials and appeals in both federal and state court. We have successfully represented many clients in and around Brookline who have been injured as a result of car accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, construction accidents, and MBTA accidents. For a free consultation with an attorney concerning a personal injury, medical malpractice or wrongful death, call 800-379-1244 or fill out this online form. For directions to Breakstone, White and Gluck's Government Center office, please see this webpage.