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Renee Rodrigues
Sean Joanis
Michelle L. Newton
David B. DiCenso
Jason D. Stone
Natalie Quinn
Michael P. Eagan Jr.
Katherine Blakley
Scott Gilmond
Gregory Nicholson
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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


The Personal Injury Claim Process in Massachusetts

Every personal injury case is different, although there are some common elements in the claims process. Most injury cases stem from motor vehicle crashes, in which driver negligence contributes to a collision that results in injuries. For the purpose of providing an overview of the personal injury legal process in Massachusetts, we’ll use car accidents


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


Why Safe Vehicles Are Often Deadlier for Boston Pedestrians

2019 was the deadliest year for U.S. pedestrians since 1988. One of the many explanations offered by researchers and safety advocates was the increase in the number of larger vehicles on our roads. Though larger vehicles like SUVs offer more protection to their occupants than many smaller passenger car counterparts, they’re far more deadly to


Can I Sue If I Was Hit by a Car While Jaywalking in Massachusetts?

When a car hits a pedestrian, the pedestrian has a right to pursue compensation for the costs of their injuries. But what happens when a pedestrian had some degree of fault in the collision? For instance, if a pedestrian was jaywalking, can they still file a compensation claim? If You Were Struck by a Car