Our attorney has represented thousands of car accident victims in personal injury claims in Massachusetts and shares what he has learned in these insightful blog posts. Read our posts to learn about your right to compensation when another driver’s carelessness or negligence has left you injured.

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  • Massachusetts close to adopting a new hand-free driving law If you’ve visited our personal injury law blog in the past, you may have read about the dangers of driving distracted. Distracted driving has become an epidemic in this country. Distracted driving is defined as anything that takes attention away from safely operating your vehicle. It used to be that eating, drinking, applying makeup, fixing...
  • Let’s keep our Teens Safe There are some practical things to consider here that we often forget in our hurry to see our children enjoying their lives.
  • These Types of Injuries Are Still Too Common There are many forms of injury which can result from a car accident, ranging from minor injuries which may not require medical attention, all the way to traumatic injuries which can cause permanent disability.
  • Can Airbags Cause Injuries in a Car Accident When deployed correctly, airbags provide crucial cushioning for drivers and passengers during a crash and can reduce the risk of serious injuries and life-threatening conditions in the event of a car accident. Unfortunately airbags themselves can sometimes be the cause of an injury. If you’ve been injured by an airbag, regardless of whether or not...
  • Expert Witnesses In Personal Injury Cases When clients come to us for representation on a personal injury claim, it is our job to present their case as persuasively as possible so that we maximize their financial recovery. We must prove that their injuries were caused by the negligence of another and that the client sustained accident related damages.
  • Car Insurance Requirements in Massachusetts Massachusetts state law requires all vehicles registered to operate in the state to have insurance. As a driver, you must carry proof of insurance in your car at all times. The penalties for violating this law can be severe.
  • Road Rage Increases the Chances of Serious Auto Accidents Across the country road rage crashes happen on a daily basis. Road rage and more generally aggressive driving contribute to numerous accidents ranging from minor fender-benders to fatal crashes.
  • Rear-End Accidents are Commonplace in Massachusetts Most rear-end incidents result in minimal damage to your vehicle but can still cause major injuries, some of which aren’t visible and may not present in severe ways.
  • Top 7 Mistakes New Drivers Make While parents cannot prevent their child from operating a motor vehicle, there are certain things kids can do to avoid becoming a statistic.
  • Defensive Driving in Bad Weather: Tips to Staying Safe As the temperatures start to drop and we prepare ourselves for another winter, it’s the perfect time to educate yourself on the importance of defensive driving.
  • Drunk Driving Related Accidents Increase During Football Season Enjoying a cold beer during a game or tailgating with friends is part of the fun but it can take a very serious turnif you decide to get behind the wheel and drive.
  • Back seat passengers, buckle up! In a car crash, the laws of physics still apply for back seat passengers and create significant risks for injuries and fatalities.