Who Is Liable in a Bicycle vs. Car Accident?
If you were out for a ride on your bicycle when you were struck by a car, you may be left with severe, possibly life-threatening injuries. After being injured in a bicycle accident, you may be feeling helpless as you adjust to the reality of what has occurred and assess your potential losses. You have…read more
10 Important Bicycle Laws in Massachusetts
Published in Bicycle Accidents on January 5, 2021
Bicyclists in Boston and throughout Massachusetts have beautiful scenery as they enjoy the outdoors and get exercise. In the city, bicycles are inexpensive and convenient forms of transportation. However, bicycle accidents can be common in both rural and urban areas. Bike riders have a high risk of catastrophic injuries when they are struck by a…read more
Massachusetts Helmet Laws
Published in Bicycle Accidents on August 20, 2019
Nineteen states, including Massachusetts, impose universal laws requiring helmet use by some or all parties that operate vehicles other than cars and trucks. Helmet laws are meant to increase roadway safety by protecting vulnerable road users from catastrophic head injuries. Breaking Massachusetts’ helmet law could result in a traffic infraction, as well as a potential…read more
What is the Peanutabout?
Published in Bicycle Accidents on May 16, 2017
Bicyclist safety has been a top priority in Boston for years. As a busy metropolis, Boston is, unfortunately, a high-risk area for bicycle and pedestrian accidents. Part of the problem has been the ineffectiveness of the existing crosswalks and bike paths in the city. As more and more bikers take to the streets in Boston,…read more
Massachusetts Bicycle Laws
Published in Bicycle Accidents on December 15, 2015
Massachusetts is a beautiful place to ride a bicycle. Whether you take a scenic route on the weekends or make your daily commute on one, you need to know what you are allowed to do on a bike in our state to avoid a bike accident. Make riding a fantastic experience every day with this…read more