Car Accidents Archives

Statistics about distracted driving are alarming

We all know that kids these days seem to have their smartphone or tablet attached to their hands. No matter where we go, we see them firmly focused on them, often not paying attention to where they are walking or even people who are trying to talk to them. While we have seen an occasional viral video of someone tripping while messing with their smartphone, it seldom ever leads to anything more serious than embarrassment and a bruised ego. But when the driver of a car is focused on their smartphone, things could get serious.

Car accident involving pedestrian leads to fatality

Drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians all must share the road in Quincy and throughout Massachusetts to ensure that everyone remains safe. Obeying the traffic laws and being visible and vigilant is a sound way to avoid car accidents. However, accidents can sometimes happen regardless. When there is a crash between a person in a vehicle and someone who is not, there can be terrible results with major injuries and death. Knowing what to do in the aftermath is vital.

Quincy crash a reminder of the risks faced by elderly drivers

An elderly woman driving on Quincy Avenue was hit and sent to Boston Medical Center on May 12. This local accident reported on by the Patriot Ledger is an example of how dangers faced by senior motorists. If you are an elderly driver yourself, it is important for you to stay safe on the road to avoid auto collisions like this one.

3 common late-appearing injuries after a car accident

Perhaps you endured a car accident and thought you got off scot-free. At first, there were no noticeable injuries. Now, days or weeks later, you are noticing pain. This could be one of many injuries with delayed symptoms that are common after collisions.

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