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After an Accident, What to Do

What You Should Do After A Car Accident in Massachusetts

After a car accident we’re all shocked. Over 100 thousand car accidents happen in Massachusetts every year. Car accidents cause an average of 4,500 serious injuries in motor vehicle accidents in Massachusetts every year. After a crash follow these 10 steps to preserve your right and reduce the stress and […]

Time Change Causes Accidents

Time Change Causes Accidents

Spring ahead and fall back, they say, but do they know the time change causes accidents? Setting clocks ahead in the spring and back in the fall annoys many people.  Beyond the annoyance, car accident experts warn that setting the clock back in the fall increases the number of car […]

Turn Signals & Safety

Turn Signals – Why Drivers Neglect Them & How It Causes Accidents

Turn signals are automatic for most drivers.  Some drivers automatically activate blinkers before turns.  Others automatically ignore turn signals. Everyone knows failing to use turn signals before a lane change or prior to making a turn is wrong.  Turn signals make up one of the basic rules new drivers learn […]

Loose Dog in the Car & Car Accidents

Driving With a Loose Dog in the Car

Is it legal to drive with a loose dog in the car? Most dogs love jumping in the car and riding around town with their family.  How often do you see a dog with its head hanging out a car window watching the world go by?  Or, often we all […]

New Hampshire Car Insurance Law

New Hampshire Car Insurance

New Hampshire stands alone as the only state in the U.S. not requiring car insurance.  That’s right, while most states like neighboring Massachusetts mandate auto insurance before you can even register a car, New Hampshire never passed a law making car insurance obligatory. Maybe it’s the “Live Free or Die” […]

Speeding Increases Accident Risk

Speeding: Higher Accident Risk and More Severe Injuries

As a personal injury attorney for over 25 years I’ve seen speeding cause many unfortunate car accidents.  Speeding itself causes tragic accidents with serious personal injuries and death.  Combined with distracted driving and other factors, speeding increases the risk of accidents and heightens the severity of injuries. Crash numbers released […]

Small Cars & Higher Dangers

Small Cars: Are They Really More Dangerous?

Small cars bring more affordable car payments but are they safer?  The laws of physics tell us that when a large object and a small object crash, the larger one sustains less damage.  But that scenario fails to tell the whole story. This is also one reason why you should […]

Hit & Run Bad Idea

Hit & Run: Leaving the Scene of an Accident.

Question: I backed into another car at the mall parking lot and dented it. I know I should have left a note with my info but I didn’t. I just left. How much trouble could I get into for leaving the scene? Answer: Leaving the scene of an accident, even […]

Buying Car Insurance & Myths

Buying Car Insurance: The Basics

After a car accident is no time to learn about buying car insurance. But it’s after a car accident that many car owners first learn they don’t have basic adequate car insurance. Buying car insurance sometimes becomes a game of seeing how little one can pay.  That might ease the […]

Rear End Accidents Shouldn't Happen

Rear End Accidents: When Someone Wasn’t Paying Attention

Rear end accidents happen at an alarming rate. Approximately 2,000 people die as a result of rear end collisions every year.  Rear end accidents injure over 500,000 people annually.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) statistics also show that 90 percent of rear end accidents happen as a result of […]



Attorney Myers is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers, and New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association. The Law Offices of Andrew D. Myers offer a broad range of legal services in personal injury cases in Massachusetts (MA) and New Hampshire (NH) areas.

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