Safety

What Should I Do If I Was in an Accident Caused by Brake Checking?

Published in car accidents, Safety on May 4, 2020

Brake checking is a maneuver in which a driver intentionally hits the brakes, often forcing the following driver to also brake or take evasive action. It generally happens in a road rage or aggressive driving incident and is not an approved driving maneuver. It could also be a means of committing insurance fraud. If someone…

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Who Is Responsible for Falling Debris Injuries?

Published in Personal Injury, Safety on March 8, 2020

Falling debris is a significant injury risk. Common injuries associated with falling objects are head injuries, skull fractures and traumatic brain damage. A falling object could cause permanent disabilities or the wrongful death of a victim. If you or someone you love has injuries from falling debris in Massachusetts, identify the party that could be…

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Massachusetts Hit & Run Laws

Published in car accidents, Personal Injury, Safety on February 20, 2020

A hit-and-run can make a car accident claim in Boston even more complicated. You may not know the identity of the at-fault party. This could mean no opportunity to hold someone else responsible for your injuries and damages. Luckily, Massachusetts’ no-fault law means you can file a claim with your own car insurance provider to…

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Who Is Liable in an E-Scooter Accident?

Published in Personal Injury, Safety on February 10, 2020

Electric scooters (e-scooters) have exploded in popularity in Boston with the introduction of rentable dockless e-scooter companies such as Bird and Lime. Yet many riders severely overestimate the safety of these vehicles. Hundreds of e-scooter accidents have injured and killed victims in the last few years alone. If you get into an e-scooter accident, you…

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Published in Safety on November 26, 2019

Every year, thousands of people end up in emergency rooms on Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving and the days surrounding it are some of the most dangerous for personal injury accidents. From drunk drivers leaving family get-togethers to turkey fryers causing home fires, you may have to navigate several safety risks this Thanksgiving. Reduce your risk of…

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Massachusetts Scooter Laws

Published in Civil Law, Personal Injury, Safety on November 18, 2019

E-scooters, or electric scooters, have become more popular since the advent of rentable dockless models. Thousands of Lime, Bird and Spin e-scooters landed in Boston, Massachusetts for rent starting at just $1 for riders. As people began to experiment with riding e-scooters, however, issues quickly arose. From angry business owners to serious personal injuries, e-scooters…

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Boston Halloween Safety

Published in Child Injury, Personal Injury, Safety on October 30, 2019

Every year, thousands of people in Boston get in the Halloween spirit on October 31st by wearing costumes, taking kids trick-or-treating, hosting parties and attending one of the city’s many themed events. One of the busiest places on Halloween night, however, is the hospital. Traffic accidents, trip and falls, and pedestrian collisions are just some…

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Massachusetts Crosswalk Laws

Published in Pedestrian Safety, Personal Injury, Safety on October 16, 2019

Massachusetts’ crosswalk laws are something every roadway user should learn before getting on the road. Misinformation and lack of crosswalk education are what contribute to hundreds of pedestrian and bicyclist collisions each year. As of October 2019, over 1,200 pedestrian accidents have occurred in Massachusetts this year alone. Pedestrian collisions can cause catastrophic injuries such…

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Massachusetts Leash Law

Published in Personal Injury, Safety on October 1, 2019

Dog attacks cause hundreds of significant injuries in the U.S. each year. Aggressive and loose dogs can cause puncture wounds, lacerations, broken bones and other serious injuries. To help prevent dog bites, Massachusetts has a strict leash law pet owners must follow. Several municipalities within the state have also passed citywide leash laws and pet…

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Massachusetts ATV Laws

Published in Civil Law, Personal Injury, Safety on September 30, 2019

Thousands of people use all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) in the state of Massachusetts. ATVs are popular recreational vehicles at tracks and state forests, as well as for work-related uses on farms and plantations. Like all vehicle types, ATVs are subject to state laws. ATV owners and operators must obey certain rules and restrictions to stay on…

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