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Jason Stone Injury Lawyers Wants to Help The Victims of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover’s Columbia Gas Explosions

Last week, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency following a series of horrific gas explosions which ripped through the cities of Lawrence, Andover, and North Andover, leaving one person dead and 25 more injured. The root cause of the series of three explosions is suspected to be an issue with a high-pressure

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Breaking Update – Massive Recall on Blood Pressure Medication After Potentially Deadly Mix Up

The FDA has just issued a recall on the blood pressure medication Hydrochlorothiazide, after a potentially deadly labeling mix-up. If you or someone you know takes blood pressure medication, it’s important to check the medication immediately to see if you’ve been affected. On August 27th, 2018, Accord Healthcare, Inc. issued a voluntary recall of lot

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A Bang-Up Job: Workplace Injuries in Massachusetts

Each year, thousands of Boston workers and tens of thousands of Massachusetts laborers are injured in job-related accidents or suffer work-related illnesses. And a closer look at the statistics reveals some interesting details about the most dangerous occupations and the most common types of workplace ailments. Massachusetts Workplace Injuries: By the Numbers In 2016—the most

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Report: Boston Home to America’s Worst Drivers (Again)

Boston drivers are the most accident-prone in the nation, according to insurance company Allstate’s 13th annual “America’s Best Drivers Report.” Of the 200 cities included in the report, eight of the 10 with the most crash-prone motorists were in the Northeast. Fellow Massachusetts cities Worcester and Springfield joined Boston in the list’s bottom five. The

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Is Boston Ready for Driverless Cars?

Go Boston 2030 is the framework for the future of transportation in Boston, and one of its primary goals is the reduction of traffic accident fatalities. Many believe that a major step toward achieving that goal is a shift to driverless cars. But is Boston ready for self-driving cars? Driverless Cars Hit the Road Driverless

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