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Holiday car accidents are a bad way to start the New Year

Millions of Americans take to the roads each holiday season. Many travel to visit friends and family members so that they may celebrate with individuals that they love. Others travel in order to go on vacations that they may not be able to take during other times of the year. Massachusetts residents may take long or short drives in order to reach remote destinations in order to fulfill their holiday plans.

With so many people taking to streets and highways, it is not uncommon for drivers to become overwhelmed by traffic. Many vehicles on the roads coupled with variable weather conditions can make holiday travel a frustrating and sometimes dangerous undertaking. It is not uncommon for accidents to happen when individuals brave the elements and get into their vehicles to travel for the holidays.

The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke hope that the readers of this personal injury legal blog have safe and happy holidays with the people who make their lives special. The attorneys and staff of the firm know, however, that some may suffer damaging and dangerous collisions when other motorists make poor choices and create hazards on Massachusetts' streets and freeways. They wish to remind their readers that in many cases, victims of car accidents can seek damages from the parties who harmed them through civil lawsuits.

The holidays should be able being with those that are loved. Some miss out on this important annual tradition when the negligent and reckless conduct of others causes them to suffer injuries. The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke are prepared to consult with new clients who suffer harm during the holidays and who wish to learn more about their legal rights to compensation.

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