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October 24, 2016

Methuen Motorcyclist Killed in Hit-and-Run

Late last month a Methuen man was killed in a two-part crash that also left two pedestrians seriously injured. A witness at the scene described the incident as shocking, and Lawrence police are still looking for a second vehicle, believed to be a black Mercedes-Benz, which left the scene after striking the downed motorcyclist. Several people […]
October 21, 2016

Super Lawyers Announcement

We are honored to announce that Attorney Timothy Pope of our office has once again been named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers 2016 as a top-rated social security disability attorney in the Boston area. Only 2.5 percent of attorneys in Massachusetts are selected for this prestigious award.   Timothy L. Pope Selected in 2016 Thomson […]
October 18, 2016

Drunk Driver Hits Officer in Work Zone . . . Again

It’s happened again: Another drunk driver has hit yet another person working at a construction site in Massachusetts. This time, the incident occurred in Lexington. Late on the night of September 22, a Belmont man struck a civilian traffic officer who was directing vehicles at a road-work site at the intersection of Pleasant Street and Follen […]
October 12, 2016

Restaurant Crash Injures Three

If you were to have gone for a late night bite to eat at the Square Café in Hingham on the last Friday of August, you would have been in for something unexpected with your crab cakes and sautéed Maine mussels. Just before 10 p.m. that night, a pickup truck hopped the sidewalk and crashed through […]
October 5, 2016

Boston Tunnel Crash Ends in Fatality

A New Hampshire man was killed and two others were injured recently in a single-vehicle crash in the Sumner Tunnel heading south into Boston. The crash took place just after 3:00 a.m. on August 26 when a pickup truck the three were riding in crashed for reasons which have yet to be determined. The survivors were […]
October 3, 2016

Hit-and-Run Leaves Milford Woman Dead

A sixty-five-year-old Milford woman who was known and well-regarded around town for her service as a constable was killed earlier this month when a large truck struck her as she was walking down the street. The driver left the scene, but later turned himself in. It’s not clear that any charges will be filed, as the […]
September 28, 2016

Boston Harbor Cruise Ship Crashes at Pier

In August, several dozen people enjoying a harbor cruise out of Boston got a scare when the ship they were on pulled into the dock at Long Wharf, next to the New England Aquarium. As it was making its final maneuvers, the vessel Regency, operated by Boston Harbor Cruises, experienced a mechanical problem that prevented it […]
September 24, 2016

Bus and Van Accidents Getting Attention

A spate of crashes and accidents involving buses and vans around Boston has brought the safety of larger vehicles to the fore this past month. We remind drivers to be mindful when they’re on the road, as larger vehicles—trucks, buses, vans, and even light trucks and SUVs—inherently pose more danger than passenger cars. Their size and […]
September 17, 2016

Texting and Driving Tickets Continue to Rise

The number of traffic violations issued for texting and driving in Massachusetts continues to grow as state and local police recognize the problem of distracted driving as increasingly more and more serious. The state is still a long way away from serious enforcement, however, and distracted driving, especially attributed to cell phone use, is on the […]
September 7, 2016

Boston Lowering Speed Limits to Save Lives

Can lower speed limits really have an effect on traffic safety? The city of Boston thinks so. That’s why it’s been pushing for a reduced speed limit on city streets for the past few years. But changing a speed limit isn’t as simple as putting up a new sign with a smaller number on it, and […]
August 25, 2016

Vision Zero Boston Aiming to Improve Pedestrian Safety

Boston has a problem with serious traffic injuries and fatalities, especially those involving pedestrians, and it’s doing something about it. As part of a larger plan to reduce car crashes and improve the city’s transportation infrastructure, Mayor Walsh announced in 2015 that Boston will adopt Vision Zero, a program dedicated to eventually eliminating traffic fatalities in […]
August 17, 2016

Duck Tour Safety Rules Not Yet Tightened

Last month the Massachusetts Senate approved a bill which would have increased safety features on duck boats and similar tour vehicles. The proposals were in direct response to an April crash near Boston Common which killed a twenty-eight-year-old woman on a scooter and injured her passenger. A second crash in July, in which a woman suffered […]
December 20, 2012

Holiday Driving Tips and Advice

No matter who you are or where you live, there is a good chance you will be driving this holiday season. With so many others on the road at the same time, you need to do whatever it takes to stay safe 100 percent of the time. In addition to driving safely, it is a must […]
December 13, 2012

Vehicle Related Accidents from around the Country

Those who live in Boston, MA are well aware that vehicle related accidents are quite common around the area. Unfortunately, the same holds true across other parts of the country. Regardless of where you live or visit, you should always realize that the roads are a dangerous place. This week, we wanted to bring you some […]
December 3, 2012

Recent Accidents in Boston, Massachusetts

Some accidents are more serious than others. Some accidents involve one party while others effect the lives of many. In and around the city of Boston, there are accidents on a regular basis. As unfortunate as it may sound, in such a large city things are bound to happen from time to time. The following accident […]
November 28, 2012

Toys, Consumer Products Recalled

Regardless of the time of year, all product recalls are a big deal. This holds true with cars, toys, and other consumer products. That being said, this is even more of a concern during the holiday season. Right now, people are shopping for all kinds of items – not always paying attention to what they are […]
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