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According to AAA, Massachusetts Car Accidents Increase After Daylight Savings Time

November 15, 2018
The American Automobile Association (AAA) released a new study that found that Massachusetts drivers are at a high risk of weekday car accidents occurring in the first month after Daylight Savings Time. This year, Daylight Savings Time fell on Sunday, November 4, and MA drivers should take extra caution during the first mon... read more

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Massachusetts Driver’s License: What Teens and Parents Need to Know

November 8, 2018
Massachusetts has a Graduated Driver’s License program, which consists of three stages: the learner’s permit, restricted license and unrestricted license. The program was implemented to help ensure teens have a sufficient amount of driving experience before receiving their unrestricted license, with the goal of improvin... read more

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Massachusetts Mom Fights for Distracted Driving Bill, After Fighting for Her Life

November 6, 2018
A Framingham woman who was seriously injured after being hit by a distracted driver in 2016 has been working to pass a Massachusetts distracted driving bill, to no avail. Jillian Kaplan was walking her dog on a summer day when she was suddenly hit at a crosswalk by a driver who took his eyes off […] Continue Reading

Halloween Safety Tips for Parents

October 24, 2018
Halloween is only one week away, and many parents are finalizing their children’s costumes and getting ready for the big night. While Halloween is an exciting time for children who look forward to dressing up as their favorite characters and going trick-or-treating, it is important to take precautions to keep your childre... read more

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Programs Underway in Boston to Reduce Traffic Injuries and Fatalities

October 17, 2018
The Boston Vision Zero Campaign Update for 2017-2018 was recently published, which reports on the effectiveness of traffic safety initiatives that were implemented over the course of the past year. The Vision Zero campaign’s goal is to stop serious and fatal traffic accidents from occurring by improving traffic safety in ... read more

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Car Camera Sensors Could Determine Drivers’ Mental State

October 10, 2018
With technology advancing at rapid rates, tech companies and car makers alike are working together to implement exciting, new features aimed at increasing car safety. In 2018, most drivers are no strangers to camera-assisted avoidance technology, but what if you heard that camera sensors could be used to monitor a driver’... read more

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New Study Shows Benefits of Reducing Speed Limits

October 4, 2018
Boston lowered its default speed limit from 30 mph to 25 mph in January of 2017, and is among several U.S. cities that recently lowered their default speed limits with the goal of reducing traffic accidents, and by association, injuries and fatalities. Given the prevalence of accidents in the city, has this action had a [&h... read more

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Data Finds Boston Public School Bus Drivers Are Driving Dangerously

September 26, 2018
Boston Public Schools (BPS) are one of the first in the country to implement “SmartDrive” technology in buses in an effort to keep students safe. However, new data has been found that demonstrates that BPS bus drivers have been driving dangerously and putting students at risk every day. The data was uncovered from senso... read more

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Regional and National Spinal Cord Injury Resources

September 19, 2018
As mentioned in our last blog post, this September we are observing National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. In this second part of our blog series, Attorney Injury Group showcases resources—both regional and national—that support and assist those accident victims who currently live with the ongoing effects of spina... read more

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Boston Drivers Ranked as Second Worst in the Country  

September 17, 2018
A recent Allstate study found that Boston ranks second on the list of worst drivers in the country. This negative distinction is, in fact, an improvement from last year’s report, which labeled Boston drivers as the worst in the nation. But is this modest change an indication that Boston drivers are being more responsible?... read more

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