Breakstone, White & Gluck of Boston brings over 100 years combined experience to our work as personal injury lawyers and medical malpractice lawyers. Our firm represents clients in Worcester and across Central Massachusetts, including in Worcester, Millbury, Shrewsbury and Auburn.
Worcester Medical Malpractice Lawyers
As the second largest city in Massachusetts, Worcester is home to hospitals and medical groups. Our medical malpractice lawyers have handled cases involving serious medical mistakes in this region. One of our attorneys has been recognized by Massachusetts Super Lawyers
each year since 2004 for his work for medical malpractice patients. Our firm's settlements include $10.2 million, $7.5 million and $5.75 million. Read about our other medical malpractice case results
Worcester Pedestrian Accident Cases
Our Worcester personal injury attorneys are also known for their experience in handling cases involving car accidents
and pedestrian accidents, a growing concern in Worcester. In July 2017, the Telegram & Gazette
reported Worcester was the most dangerous city in Massachusetts for pedestrians. The most dangerous spots are along Main Street in downtown and outside UMass Memorial Medical Center. Our attorneys have represented clients who have been seriously injured and even killed in pedestrian accidents and pedestrian vs. bus accidents. Some pedestrians have been hit while using the crosswalk. Read about our results for victims of pedestrian accidents.
If you have been injured, learn your rights. Call our Worcester personal injury lawyers for a free legal consultation at 800-379-1244 or use our contact form. About Worcester
Incorporated as a town in 1722 and as a city in 1848, Worcester has over 180,000 residents. It follows a City Council-City Manager form of government. For transportation, the city is served by the Worcester Regional Transit Authority and the Worcester Regional Airport.
The city is accessible by Interstate 190 and Interstate 290. The major routes are Route 122, Route 12 and Route 9.
The city has seven high schools, including Worcester Technical High School, Burncoat High School, Claremont Academy, Doherty Memorial High School, North High School, South High Community School and University Park Campus School.
Hospitals include UMass Memorial Medical Center and Saint Vincent Hospital. UMass Memorial Medical Center is a Level 1 Trauma Center. This is the home base for Life Flight, the region’s medical helicopter service.
Cultural institutions include the Worcester Art Museum, the Hanover Theatre and the Higgins Armory Museum. The city's colleges contribute to this culture. The Worcester area has 13 colleges with about 30,000 students. They include Anna Maria College, Assumption College, Atlantic Union College, Becker College, Clark University, College of the Holy Cross, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, Mass. College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Nichols College, Quinsigamond Community College, UMass Medical School, Worcester State College and Worcester Polytechnic Institution.
Apart from the educational institutions, major employers include the City of Worcester, Commerce Bank and the Hanover Insurance Group. Media outlets serving the city include the Worcester Telegram & Gazette and the Worcester Business Journal.
Worcester has several courthouses, including Worcester District Court, Worcester Superior Court and a federal courthouse. The Worcester District Court is located at 225 Main Street. The court's jurisdiction is Auburn, Millbury and Worcester.
Quinsigamond State Park sits on the Worcester and Shrewsbury border. In the heart of the city is Elm Park, a 60-acre greenway known as one of the nation's earliest public parks.
Contact Breakstone, White & Gluck
If you have been injured, it is important to speak to a Worcester personal injury attorney and learn your rights. For a free legal consultation, contact Breakstone, White & Gluck at 800-379-1244 or 617-723-7676 or use our contact form.