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Multi-vehicle accident injures many on I-95

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How might contributory negligence affect a car accident case?

Anyone who has been involved in a car collision can attest to the fact that the process of working through the associated issues can be time consuming for a Massachusetts resident. Calls to insurance companies often must be made, and repair shops must be found to perform work on damaged cars. If individuals suffer injuries in their car accidents they may require medical care and time to recover.

Two-car collision leads to death of elderly Massachusetts woman

An accident on Interstate 95 North near Sharon has claimed the life of a 73-year-old local woman. The victim was operating her vehicle on the interstate when it was involved in a collision with another automobile. As a result of the crash, the victim's car lost control, traveled across several lanes of traffic and rolled down an embankment.

Working for victims of winter car accidents

Car accidents happen throughout the year, but it may seem to readers of this Worcester personal injury blog that some of the worst ones happen in winter. There is some truth to this inclination, as winter roads can be treacherous due to the presence of ice, slush and snow. Drivers who fail to maintain their vehicles on weather-affected surfaces can serious harm to themselves and others when their vehicles are involved in crashes.

Wrong way driver injures four in Massachusetts

Spotting dangerous drivers on the road can be a scary experience for a Worcester resident. They may see an aggressive driver approaching in their rearview mirror, or they may watch a driver swerve in and out of traffic as they attempt to speed down the road. However, one of the most unnerving things that a driver may experience while operating their vehicle is witnessing another vehicle coming toward them as it travels the wrong way.

Wrong-way accident leaves multiple victims injured

Driving on an interstate or high-speed highway can be stressful. When traffic is heavy or conditions are unfavorable, a Massachusetts driver may decide to take things slow to ensure they are able to make good decisions on these roads when others may be driving irresponsibly. While drivers are often able to avoid collisions on highways by driving defensively and staying alert, reckless individuals can still cause injuries and harm by their devastating acts.

Recognize the signs of a traumatic brain injury

Massachusetts residents may be hearing a lot about brain injuries in the context of professional sports and particularly related to the problems some retired football players have experienced. After years of taking violent hits and blocks to their heads, some former players have been diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy, often referred to as CTE. This problem develops when a brain is subjected to repeated trauma and harm.

Seeking compensation as the victim of a drunk driving accident

Drunk drivers are a danger to everyone who must operate and ride in vehicles on Massachusetts roads. When they choose to put alcohol into their systems, the bodies of drunk drivers experience changes that the individuals cannot always control. Drunk drivers can experience a loss of inhibitions, a loss of motor function, a loss of reaction time, and many other physical problems.

What can drivers do to avoid texting and driving?

It is completely normal for Worcester residents to see men and women, teens and even young children, walking down the streets with cellphones in their hands. Whether they are sending messages to friends or colleagues, searching for addresses or information, or updating their social media feeds, there is one thing for certain: they are not paying much attention to what is happening in front of them.

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