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Injuries

Who is liable in a truck accident?

If you are hurt in a truck accident, one of the first things you may ask is who is liable. The liability for a truck accident will depend on if the driver was responsible for the crash, if they’re a contractor or if they work for a company. There may also be other...

At what age should people stop driving?

In the United States, there is no age at which a person has to stop driving. Instead, seniors normally have to start taking more examinations more regularly to keep the licenses that they have. The problem with not having an age at which people have to stop driving is...

Massachusetts’ laws ban texting and driving

Texting and driving is illegal in most states, but did you know that the penalties are as significant as they are in Massachusetts? A singular $100 fine is imposed for any instance of texting and driving in Massachusetts upon a first offense. For second and third...

School zone safety matters: Talk to your teenager

If you have a teen driver in your family, it’s time to talk to them about school zone safety and why it’s so important to slow down when they’re around pedestrians and school-age children. School zones are notorious for having kids everywhere. They may run into the...

Should you take the first settlement offer?

After getting into a crash with another person, you, as a victim, have the right to seek out compensation. You may ask for compensation to cover damage to your vehicle, the cost of your medical care, lost wages and other financial impacts caused by the collision. What...

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