Increasingly, Americans are not getting enough sleep. Tragically, sleep deprivation is a factor in vehicle accidents, especially involving long-distance truck drivers. Find out what needs to be done to determine whether sleep deprivation may be a cause of your accident.
The winter of 2018 has already seen unprecedented snowstorms and ice storms in Massachusetts and throughout the East Coast and the United States. Find out what you should know if you have been injured in a slip and fall on ice or snow on the property of someone else.
Were you injured as the result of another driver’s inattention while texting? Learn how texting or other cell phone use can be used in proving liability for accident causation.
The Massachusetts court system contains more than 100 courthouses that serve the Commonwealth., including courts that serve as trial courts, appellate courts and the Supreme Judicial Court. If you have a case in the Lowell area, learn more about what court will hear your case.
Vehicle crash victims often believe that if they have the same insurance as the responsible driver, claims can be settled quickly. Learn why this may not be the case.
The next wave of traffic safety appears to be driverless vehicles. Already, driverless cars are being heavily tested, and driverless semi-trucks are just beginning to be tested. Who is at fault, however, when software programs go wrong?
Due the adrenaline rush that occurs in car crashes, many victims may initially believe that they are not seriously hurt, and decline a trip to the hospital. After the adrenaline rush subsides, a crash victim may then begin to feel the effects of serious injury. Find out what you need to know if you or a loved one are in this situation.
Massachusetts Requirements for Report Submission for Vehicle Crashes if You are Involved in a Car, Truck, or Other Accident If
Learn about the number of motor vehicle fatalities in Lowell over the course of recent years.
Over approximately the past 10 years, there has been a significant decline in motor vehicle fatalities in Massachusetts. In 2006, there were 429 total traffic fatalities, compared to 306 traffic fatalities in 2015, a 30% decrease. Learn more about motor vehicle fatalities in Massachusetts over the past decade.
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