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Is Boston a Safe Place for Pedestrians and Cyclists?

Pedestrians and cyclists are common on Boston’s roads. Both forms of transportation are affordable and convenient. But navigating our streets via bike or foot isn’t without risks. How dangerous is walking and cycling in Boston, and how does the safety of these vulnerable road users stack up against those in other cities and states around

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Brain Injury Facts & Information

Traumatic Brain Injury Facts: A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by a “bump, blow, or jolt to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain. Brain Injury helpline: 1-800-242-0030 Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts Source: http://www.biama.org/ An average of 155 people in the US dies each day from injuries that include a

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The Boston Area’s Most Dangerous Intersections

Thousands of traffic accidents occur in intersections each year. In fact, about 40 percent of all motor vehicle crashes occur in intersections, according to a report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). An intersection is a location where two or more roads converge, and any intersection can set the stage for potential conflicts

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Insurance Adjusters Owe Nothing to Claimants

Feel like your insurance adjuster is giving you the run around?  Feel like the adjuster is being untruthful?  Pretty certain the adjuster does not have your best interests at heart, despite the fact that it keeps promising that you are “in good hands” and they are “on your side.”  Based on a recent Vermont Supreme

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Cambridge Leads Massachusetts in Bike Accidents

Cambridge and Somerville are known as bike-friendly communities, but new state figures show they are also among the most dangerous places for cyclists in Massachusetts. Cambridge saw 400 bicycle accidents involving cars from 2002 to 2009, according to The 2009 Top Crash Locations Report, which was recently released by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. Over the past decade,

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