I’ve Been Hurt in a Motorcycle Accident in Boston, MA – Do I Need a Lawyer?
Published in Motorcycle Accidents on November 4, 2021
Motorcycles provide riders with a thrill that other passenger vehicles lack. However, motorcycles do not feature many of the standard safety systems of cars and trucks. Because of this, motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to the surrounding environment. Motorcycle collisions are especially destructive and chaotic. Even minor crashes can result in catastrophic injuries and long-term consequences….read more
7 Common Motorcycle Crashes and How To Avoid Them
You must exercise extreme caution when riding a motorcycle. Although virtually all types of motor vehicle accidents have the potential to cause serious harm, motorcycle accidents can be particularly devastating. On a motorcycle, you aren’t protected by the steel frame of a car or truck. This is just one of the reasons motorcyclists are 27…read more
How Safe Are Motor Scooters in Boston?
Published in Motorcycle Accidents on February 11, 2021
The metropolitan Boston region has some of the most congested traffic in the country. Unsurprisingly, two nearby cities, Somerville and Cambridge, are in the top five cities with the highest number of bicycle commuters. With the increase in the use of motor scooters, including electric scooters, the U.S. has seen an increasing number of scooter…read more
What You Need to Know About Drinking and Driving on a Motorcycle in Boston
Published in Motorcycle Accidents on September 9, 2020
Motorcycling is a popular pastime in New England, especially during springtime and mild summers. In the City of Boston, you will see many motorcyclists riding to work, the grocery store and going on joyrides. Unfortunately, not all of Boston’s motorcyclists are prudent or responsible. Some make the grave error of drinking and driving. In 2017,…read more
Motorcycle Accidents are still too Common in 2019
Published in Motorcycle Accidents on August 1, 2019
Motorcyclist was killed in crash getting off of I-90 in Brighton, July 31st at 3:30 am. The ramp was closed to the public following the accident and reopened a few hours later. The victim was identified as a 26-year-old by the MA State Police. Massachusetts’s no-fault system makes it easier to file for compensable damages,…read more