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Massachusetts woman loses her life in a boating accident

Summer is in full swing and people are heading to their favorite lakes, rivers and waterways to swim, fish and boat. Tubing and riding jet skis are fun and exciting activities that many enjoy on the water, but they can also be dangerous activities as one recent incident shows.

Smartphone mechanism could reduce drowsy driving car accidents

Fatigued driving is a very real danger in Massachusetts and across the nation. Motorists, whether they are driving for work purposes or simply travelling from point A to point B after a long day may find it difficult to keep their eyes open while on the road. Unfortunately, this can lead to devastating car accidents. However, one new invention may provide a way to reduce drowsy driving in our nation.

Appeals Court allows police dog bite case to move forward

While police dogs in Massachusetts play an important role in apprehending criminals, they are animals and as such can present a danger to innocent people. As one recent case shows, should a police dog attack an innocent person, that person may want to pursue a dog bite claim. However, this may be easier said than done.

Building a strong case for motorcycle accident victims

Other drivers are often responsible for motorcycle accidents in Massachusetts. For example, another motorist could make a left-hand turn or change lanes in front of a motorcyclist. Or, a motorist may fail to yield when necessary to a motorcyclist. Other times, a motorist rear-ends a motorcyclist, or runs through a red light or stop sign. Speeding drivers and drunk drivers can also cause motorcycle accidents. However, whatever the cause, motorcycle accidents can be serious or even deadly affairs. After all, motorcycles, being so much smaller and lighter than an automobile, do not have physics on their side when it comes to a crash.

What damages might be sought in a wrongful death suit?

Nobody expects to lose a loved one on any given day. However, it does happen that sometimes when a person says "good-bye" to a loved one in the morning, he or she will never see that person alive again. This often happens when an act of negligence occurs.

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