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What is the Safest Seat in a Car During an Accident?

People often wonder where the safest seat in an airplane would be in case of a crash.  But what about a car accident? What is the safest seat inside a car if and when a car accident takes place? It seems statistics and studies rule the day in resolving disputes.  […]

pedestrian accidents

Stopping Pedestrian Accidents – New Ideas

Stopping pedestrian accidents presents a growing challenge.  Safety officials, schools, drivers and pedestrians themselves face the challenge in different ways. Medford, Massachusetts school officials accept the challenge by painting 3D crosswalks that trick the eye into thinking the crosswalk actually stands up above the pavement. After one elementary school student […]

fatal car accidents - how to recover

Fatal Car Accidents: Increase in New Hampshire

There is nothing worse than losing a loved one. But to lose them in a fatal car accident brings heightened grief. The death of a friend or family member seems entirely senseless. When you think about what causes most car accidents the feeling of loss deepens. Despite years of safety […]

Self Driving Cars and Accidents

Self-Driving Cars: Will They Replace Humans Behind the Wheel?

When self-driving cars or autonomous cars are accepted everywhere, will the government ever ban human driven cars? Let’s look at what’s behind the push for self-driving cars, also called “autonomous cars”. We all know computer people want to take over the world. In stores, self-checkouts now slowly overtake the function […]

Route 495 in MA Accidents

Route 495: Uniquely Bad Road in Massachusetts

Route 495 in Massachusetts makes horrific headlines: 2 Killed, 3 Injured in Wrong-Way Crash on I-495 in Lawrence.  December 5, 2018.  Kia Sportage driven in the southbound lane by a 38 year old Lawrence woman inexplicably crossed into northbound lane, sideswiping a pickup truck then hitting 2 SUVs head on. […]

pedestrian deaths on the rise

Pedestrian Fatalities: Accident Rate On the Rise

Pedestrian fatalities are on the rise across the US. The simple act of walking across the street poses a threat whether in a city or a rural area. The Governors Highway Safety Agency – GHSA for short – reports that during the 10 year period leading up to 2017 pedestrian […]

traffic accidents in the city

Traffic Accidents: Gridlock, Bad Drivers and Accident Rates

Traffic, accidents and headaches. Those three things seem to go together.  For those who sit in traffic day in and day out there’s no relief in numbers.  But people who study such things tell us Massachusetts has reason to be proud. Boston rush hour traffic ranks number 1 worst in […]

Jessica's Law: Snow Hazard

Jessica’s Law: Dangers from Snow & Ice Buildup on Vehicles

Do New Hampshire police really stop drivers who don’t clear snow off the roof of their cars? During one snowstorm in November, 2018 New Hampshire Police handed out 56 traffic tickets to drivers failing to clear snow off their vehicles. On January 31, 2019, news reports indicate New Hampshire State […]

Older Drivers and Health Concerns

Older Driver’s: Should Their Licenses Be Taken Away?

Do you think that older drivers should have their driver’s licenses taken away at a certain age? Taking car keys away from an older driver presents a nearly unthinkable task. First of all it would be the rare senior voluntarily surrendering the car keys. Car keys don’t simply start the […]

What is required for a Will?

5 Things To Know About a Will

1. Will Must Go To Probate Court Most people know that a Will tells people what you want to do with your money and other property after you pass away.  A properly executed Will can in fact be kept private until after you pass away.  But after you pass away, […]



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