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The most dangerous Massachusetts intersections

No matter how much a person likes his or her job, the morning and evening commutes can be a real headache. Traffic jams are only the tip of the iceberg. Other drivers behave recklessly, by speeding, ignoring traffic signals and signs or by making illegal U-turns. Unfortunately, such negligence can make an intersection particularly dangerous. Massachusetts residents may be interested to hear of a recent report that examined which intersections in the state are the most dangerous.

Truck driver fatigue can lead to devastating accidents

Semi-truck drivers in Massachusetts are often pushed to their absolute limits. In the name of the almighty dollar, they may be incentivized or even required by their employers to make deliveries as quickly as possible. This means long hours on the road, despite federal trucking regulations that limit how long a truck driver can be on-the-job and when rest breaks must be taken and for how long.

Listeria identified as cause in wrongful death lawsuit

People in Massachusetts and elsewhere tend to take the safety of their food for granted. Food poisoning is often regarded as nothing more than a nuisance, but a recent outbreak of listeria and a related wrongful death lawsuit shows how dangerous this assumption can be.

What to do if you think your car is totaled

Some car accidents are relatively minor, and the cars may not even need repairs. On the other hand, some wrecks result in your car being totaled. Even if you believe it is drivable, the insurance company may decide not to repair it. Here are some tips to help if you are involved in such a situation.

Dog bite victims should know their legal protections

Each year thousands of people in the United States are bitten by animals, usually by dogs. Animal bites commonly require immediate medical attention, which should be sought whenever necessary. Medical treatment, of course, is likely to result in medical expenses due to the medical care and treatment. Dog bites and animal attacks may also lead to disabling injuries and scarring and disfigurement, which can require multiple surgeries and ongoing medical care.

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