The city of Cambridge is located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Founded in 1630 as “the newe towne” it was officially named Cambridge in 1638. Home to two world famous universities, Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge has a vibrant student population. Cambridge also is home to many urban “squares” which serve as commercial, economic, social and cultural centers. They include world famous Harvard Square, Kendall Square, Central Square, Inman Square, and Porter Square. Cambridge is also home to many museums including, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, Fogg Art Museum, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and the MIT Museum.
However, within the busy streets and squares of Cambridge sometimes accidents occur. Whether it is a car accident, bike accident, or pedestrian accident Sheff Law is the Cambridge injury law firm that you want on your side. We have been representing the people in Cambridge as injury lawyers for over 60 years. After an accident, we help our clients in Cambridge focus on getting better and back on their feet.
Additionally, our lawyers are experts and have experience working in fields outside of the practice of law. Currently our team of Cambridge injury lawyers have experience in financial accounting, economics, finance, biology, advertising and marketing. These backgrounds allow our attorneys to approach legal problems from unique and different perspectives. This has proven to be very beneficial to our clients and their cases. In 2011, 50% of our lawyers were named as Massachusetts Super Lawyers.
Cambridge is also home to a number of avid bikers. Many of these bikers do so for pleasure, exercise and as part of their daily commute. However, sometimes motorists fail to see or stop for bikers and bikers are struck and injured as a result. We are the Cambridge injury firm that represents these bikers when they have been inured by the negligence of others.
Getting from Cambridge to our main office in Boston is very easy. We are centrally located steps from both the Park Street Station (Red Line and Green Line) and the Government Center Station stop (Blue Line and Green Line.) You can also take the Commuter Rail to North Station. If you plan to drive, you can park in many surrounding parking garages.