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Who Is at Fault for a Parking Lot Accident in Massachusetts?

Published in Car Accidents on September 14, 2022

As a driver in Massachusetts, you know that when traveling to any destination, allotting an extra block of time just for navigating the parking lot is a must. With pedestrians, other drivers, and even shopping carts making the quest for the perfect parking stop less than simple, it is crucial that drivers stay alert even…

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11 Types of Injuries You May Sustain in a Rollover Accident

Published in Car Accidents on August 25, 2022

While all motor vehicle accidents can be damaging, the injuries and losses suffered after a traumatic rollover accident can be catastrophic. If you have been involved in a rollover accident, there are several types of injuries you may have sustained as a result of the at-fault party’s negligence. If you have been injured in a…

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Who Is Liable in a Bicycle vs. Car Accident?

Published in Bicycle Accidents, Car Accidents on August 4, 2022

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…

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Is Summer the Most Dangerous Season to Drive in Massachusetts?

Published in Car Accidents on July 15, 2022

When most drivers consider what the most dangerous season is for driving, they often assume that it is winter. While winter can prove to be risky with icy roads and snow fall blocking a driver’s line of vision, it may come as a shock that the most dangerous season for driving in Massachusetts is summer….

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How to Determine Liability After an Accident With a Delivery Driver

Published in Car Accidents on May 15, 2022

With most Boston residents opting to shop online throughout the year instead of in-store, delivery trucks are commonplace in every neighborhood. Most delivery truck drivers are in a hurry to make delivery deadlines and may be working long hours in order to fulfill their deliveries in a timely manner. Because of this, drivers may be…

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Can I Sue Amazon if a Delivery Driver Hit My Car?

Published in Car Accidents on May 8, 2022

Amazon vehicles are a common sight in neighborhoods and roadways, delivering packages to businesses and residential homes. Drivers are typically in a hurry and under immense pressure to deliver by a specific window of time. They may also be subject to longer work hours that impact their driving abilities. There are many factors that can…

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Attorneys Answer: When Do You Need to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer in Boston?

Published in Car Accidents on January 6, 2022

You always have the right to represent yourself in an insurance claim or lawsuit after a car accident. But in most cases, you risk missing out on essential compensation by representing yourself. Sometimes, your claim might get denied altogether. A car accident lawyer has the knowledge to help victims navigate the accident claim process. They…

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Should I Hire a Lawyer After a Minor Car Accident in Boston, MA?

Published in Car Accidents on December 10, 2021

Car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other collisions cause serious injury or death each year in Boston. However, not all accidents result in injuries or fatalities. In fact, many only result in property damage. Massachusetts is a no-fault state. That means you can seek compensation after a crash by filing a claim with your own insurance….

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What You Need To Know About Filing Auto Accident Claims in a No-Fault State Like Massachusetts

Published in Car Accidents, No Fault on August 26, 2021

Massachusetts is one of twelve states with mandatory no-fault automobile insurance. Three other states allow insurance companies to offer no-fault automobile insurance as an option. In these states, after an accident, you will file an injury claim with your insurance company rather than the insurer for the at-fault driver. Your insurance company will not investigate…

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Understanding Massachusetts’ Minimum Coverage Law

Published in Car Accidents on July 2, 2021

Massachusetts law requires its drivers to have certain levels of automobile insurance. Drivers must purchase and maintain minimum coverage in the amount of: Bodily Injury to Others — $20,000 per accident victim and $40,000 per accident Personal Injury Protection — $8,000 per accident victim Bodily Injury Caused by an Uninsured Driver — $20,000 per accident…

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