Revere Personal Injury Lawyers

Revere is located 5 miles northeast of downtown Boston and is a part of Suffolk County. Its first inhabitants were Native Americans from the Pawtucket Tribe known as the Rumney Marsh Indians. The land became part of Chelsea and was prominently known as the site of the first naval battle in the American Revolutionary War in 1775. The area of North Chelsea was renamed in 1871 after Paul Revere. As of 2010, Revere is the 26th most populous city with 51,755 residents. Today, Revere is made up of 5.9 square miles of land and 4.1 square miles of water. Revere is perhaps most famously known as the home of the oldest public beach in the United States. In the first half of the twentieth century, Revere Beach was a popular destination because of its amusement park rides, as well as bowling alleys, food stands, and ballrooms. However, the area began to depreciate in the early 1950’s and officially closed after the 1978 Blizzard caused significant damage. The Beach reopened in 1992 with a renovated boulevard and pavilion, but without the amusement park rides. Revere was also the home of Wonderland Greyhound Park from 1935 until 2009, closing after the people of Massachusetts voted in favor of a state-wide ban on greyhound racing.

The Boston personal injury attorneys at Bellotti Law Group, P.C. have assisted individuals in Boston and the surrounding areas for over thirty years. Our Revere personal injury lawyers handle a wide number of cases including personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, car accidents, defective product liability, pedestrian accidents, and bike accidents. When it comes to representing clients, our main priority is to ensure that you receive the compensation you require to live a full life after suffering through hardship brought about by another’s reckless behavior. We understand that your claim is of vital importance to you and your family, and we take an aggressive approach when handling insurance companies. The attorney who works on your case will be well-qualified and prepared to take your claim to court if a settlement cannot be reached in a fair and timely manner.

Lawsuits often arise after a pedestrian is struck and injured by a motor vehicle. A pedestrian is any non-occupant of a vehicle who is walking, running, hiking, etc. at the time of the crash. In 2010, 4,280 pedestrians were killed and over 70,000 were injured resulting from traffic accidents in the United States. This number represents a 4% increase from 2009, but a 13% decrease since 2001. Not surprisingly, the majority (73%) of pedestrian fatalities occurred in urban areas. However, weather was usually not a factor in the crash, since 88% of accidents occurred when conditions were listed as clear or cloudy (compared to rain, snow, or fog). Alcohol played a prominent factor in almost half of all pedestrian-related deaths. 33% of pedestrians who were killed had a blood alcohol concentration above 0.08, while 14% of drivers who caused a pedestrian’s death registered a blood alcohol concentration above this level. In Massachusetts, 58 pedestrians were killed in crashes in 2010. This amount created an average of 0.88 pedestrian fatalities per 100,000 members of the total population, making Massachusetts the 15th lowest average in the country.

If you have been injured or a loved one was killed in a pedestrian accident, contact one of our Boston personal injury lawyers today for a free consultation at 617-225-2100. We have three offices in Boston, Cambridge, and Quincy, and are here to help you receive compensation for another driver’s negligence.

Client Reviews
Attorney Bellotti assisted me in a Magistrate matter in Palmer District Court. He was very professional, knowledgeable, had excellent communication skills, well prepared, and new how to handle the situation. I would highly recommend Attorney Bellotti for any litigation matters and he gets the job done.
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I was referred to Attorney Bellotti by a friend who works at Harvard University. I was really nervous at the beginning of my case but Peter kept me calm and was very reassuring and even gave me his cell phone number to text or call him if I really needed to get in touch with him asap… My case went extremely well and my family and I could not have been more please. I highly recommend Attorney Peter Bellotti.
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Could not have been happier with Attorney Peter Bellotti and everyone at Bellotti Law Group. I had a very difficult case, but Peter was relentless. He saved me and my family, big time, when the situation looked very bad. I was recommended to Peter and was told he was the best attorney in Boston and now I see why, 100%. Thank you Peter!
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When looking for an attorney I didn't think have to think twice about who to call to protect my future. Peter Bellotti's amazing reputation made it an easy decision for who to call. He went above and beyond in my case, returning phone calls promptly, answering all my questions to ease my mind, and being a very understanding caring person.
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I was on a case with Peter that spanned over a year and a half. Peter was very accommodating and set early expectations which helped get through this time period. Peter's professionalism helped keep me calm during this full time period. It was a pleasure getting to know Peter and if I ever need another lawyer in and around Boston Peter would be my go to choice hands down.
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