Somerville, MA Injury LawyersSomerville is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, located just north of Boston. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 75,754 and was the most densely populated municipality in New England. It is also the 17th most densely populated incorporated place in the country . It was first settled in 1630 as part of Charlestown and called “Charlestown Beyond the Neck”. It was incorporated as a town in 1842, when it was separated from the urbanizing Charlestown. The name Somerville has no significant historical significance but was instead simply determined by the original founders of the town to be a pleasant name.Traffic on the Middlesex Canal began from the mouth of the Charles River in Charlestown to Lowell by going through East Somerville, where several historical markers can still be seen today.Originally, Somerville included many of the less desirable railway and industrial lands squeezed between the Charles River to the southwest and the Mystic River to the northeast. However, Somerville’s participation in the industrial revolution included the origination of Sanborn Maps, believed to have been invented in Somerville in 1867, and was used extensively throughout the United States by the insurance industry. The original Sanborn Maps can be found on display at the main branch of the Somerville Public Library.Somerville’s industrial past left one special legacy, the invention of Fluff, the marshmallow creme. In addition,Steve’s Ice Cream and Bertucci’s, sprung from adjacent lots in Somerville’s Davis Square.Though officially listed as being located in Medford, Tufts University is also located in Somerville. The Somerville-Medford line runs through Tufts’ campus splitting the main library. Similarly, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences lists its address in Cambridge, but has its main entrance on Beacon Street in Somerville.Somerville has long been known has having a thriving arts community and is the home of two major art studios, Brickbottom Artists Building and the Joy Street Studios. Annual events include the “ArtBeat” festival. In addition, numerous and varied art galleries and nightclubs showcase the talents of residents and others. Live music performance venues include Johnny D’s, Somerville Theater, Precinct, Sally O’Briens, PA’s Lounge, and others.Davis Square is home to lively coffee houses, vintage stores and other independent retailers. It is also home to the Somerville Theater, which houses the Somerville branch of the Museum of Bad Art and plays host to the Independent Film Festival of Boston each spring.Sheff Law has been representing victims of personal injury in Somerville for over six decades. Our attorneys have represented our Somerville clients in both the State Courts as well as in matters at the Department of Industrial Accidents for workers’ compensation claims. Our Somerville personal injury lawyers work with clients regarding injuries related to automobile accidents as well as in products liability cases, workplace and construction site accidents and in matters involving, spinal cord and traumatic brain injury. Sheff Law has a team of six lawyers with over 120 years of collective personal injury experience. Being so close to Boston and the surrounding densely populated towns, Somerville, Massachusetts is home to an extremely diverse group of people with a variety of ethnic backgrounds. At Sheff Law we have the capability to work with individuals from nearly every ethnic and geographical background so we can communicate with our clients in the language they are most comfortable using.At Sheff Law we know that representing victims of personal injury in Somerville, Massachusetts is a serious responsibility. Located in downtown Boston, Sheff Law has the resources of a large city law firm yet we provide our clients with the care and courtesy you would expect in a small town. When someone needs an injury lawyer in Somerville, Massachusetts, Sheff Law attorneys respond by working as a team to provide our clients with the best legal representation possible. Our dedicated group of attorneys and support staff will be happy to meet with you at your home when it is inconvenient or impossible for you to travel to Boston. Our lawyers use a national network of experts to provide our Fall River, MA, clients with the resources their case need.To get from Somerville to Sheff Law, you can take 93 South into Boston and park at the Government Center parking garage or at the garage at 2 Center Plaza, Boston, MA, which is conveniently located directly across the street from our office. You can also take the “T” Red line to Park Street Station which is one block from our Office. You may also take the Fitchburg or Lowell lines of the Commuter Rail to North Station which is a short walk or subway or taxi ride to our office.If you or a loved one has been injured in Somerville, Massachusetts, call our Somerville injury lawyers at Sheff Law to help. If you or someone you know has been injured, call an attorney at Sheff Law today at 617-227-7000 or fill out a free online form.