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Driving Drowsy: Lack of Sleep Can Be Dangerous

June 14, 2018
A fatal car accident caused by drowsy driving that recently occurred in our sister city of Boston, Georgia reminds us of the dangers of drowsy driving. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim of this tragedy and her family during this difficult time. While most people are aware of the dangers of driving under […... read more

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How to Prevent Swimming Accidents

June 12, 2018
With the official start of summer around the corner, many people will be heading to the pool, beach or lake to soak up the sun. While swimming and summer go hand in hand, a day at the pool or beach can quickly turn dangerous without safety precautions and the right supervision. Unfortunately, there are nearly […] Continue Reading

How Bicyclists Can Stay Safe on the Roads

May 31, 2018
With the summer season around the corner, more bicyclists will be out enjoying the warm weather. However, due to the amount of traffic, cities such as Boston can be dangerous for bicyclists. Nationally, bike accidents are a major issue as nearly 45,000 cyclists are injured every year. Unfortunately, such accidents can be fa... read more

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Tips to Stay Safe on the Roads this Memorial Day Weekend

May 25, 2018
Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. No matter how you choose to spend your holiday weekend, whether it’s traveling to a beach or lake, spending time with friends and family at a BBQ or relaxing at home, the attorneys and staff at Attorney Injury Group want to wish you and your family […] Continue Reading

Can Boston Eliminate Pedestrian Accidents?

May 16, 2018
As a pedestrian, you expect to get where you are going safely. Unfortunately, accidents can happen in a split second. Serious, potentially fatal injuries can change your life forever. Pedestrian accidents are on the rise. In 2015, 5,376 pedestrians were killed from injuries sustained in accidents caused by motor vehicles. ... read more

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Workers’ Compensation: Frequently Asked Questions  

April 20, 2018
At work, the last thing you expect is to get injured. Sadly, work injuries can happen at any time. According to 2016 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 2.9 million workplace-related injuries occurred in 2016—with 5,190 fatalities. Workplace injuries—including falls, blows, overexertion—commonly impact th... read more

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Should Massachusetts Resume Testing of Self-Driving Cars?

April 19, 2018
Recently, an Arizona woman died after being hit by a self-driving Uber vehicle. The fatal accident raised concerns about the safety of autonomous vehicles. However, the cities of Seaport and Boston, Massachusetts have lifted the suspension on self-driving cars – only a week after the accident. Boston city officials h... read more

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4 Tips to Avoid Distracted Driving Accidents

April 18, 2018
Distracted driving is a major issue in the United States, which is continuing to rise as the use of cell phones is increasing dramatically. These accidents can cause serious, life-changing injuries, or even death. In fact, nearly 3,450 people died and 391,000 were injured in distracted driving car accidents in 2016. There a... read more

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The Five Things You Must Do if You Are Injured in a Car Accident

March 22, 2018
When you are out driving, the last thing that you’re expecting is to be involved in a car accident. You may feel in shock about what happened, and as reality starts to set in, you have an overwhelming sense of fear and confusion about what just happened. Yet, millions of Americans are involved in car […] Continue Reading

The Top 5 Reasons to Hire an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer

March 19, 2018
When you are injured in a car accident, you may feel a mixture of emotions and often find yourself overwhelmed and confused. While you may think that you can manage the process of resolving a claim with the insurance company, this can prove to be a daunting task, especially if you’re not familiar with the […] Continue Reading
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