School is back in session! In addition to new backpacks and pencils galore, another thing that you can be sure of is more kids walking and commuting to school. From school buses to carloads full of little ones to child pedestrians in crosswalks, if you’re a driver in Massachusetts, you’re likely to see kids aplenty.
Welcoming the new year is always a reason to celebrate, but from drunk drivers on the road to icy surfaces to drinking too much and more, New Year’s isn’t always the safest holiday. Here is a look at some of the most common New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day accidents, tips for staying safe, and what to do if you are hurt this holiday–
If you have been in a car accident, having a thorough understanding of the law as it pertains to car accidents and the claims process can help guide you as you pursue damages for your injuries and losses. While you should always work with an experienced Lynn car accident lawyer, refer to the following information for a general overview about the legal basics of car accidents in Lynn–
Winters are harsh in Lynn, Massachusetts, and like it or not, there will very likely be a time when you need to drive in the snow. While snow plows do their job to remove snow from roads and keeps streets from icing over, conditions may very well be less than ideal. If there is a day this winter when you have no choice but to drive in the snow, here are some tips for avoiding a weather-related Lynn car accident: