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:
While summer is the majority of people’s most favorite time of the year – filled with trips to the ballgames and the beaches – it can also be one of the most dangerous for those on the road. To be sure, more people use the road in summer for road tripping, creating congestion and increasing the risk of accidents. Further, one of the deadliest holidays for drinking and driving falls within the summer months: the fourth of July. If you are in a crash in Massachusetts this summer, contact a car crash lawyer for a free case consultation.
For a 16-year-old, there is nothing more exciting than taking a driver’s exam and finally being awarded the much-coveted driver’s license. As a parent, however, it is important to talk to your teen about driving safety, and to familiarize yourself with Revere teen driver accidents and general teen accident statistics before handing over the keys.
Impaired driving is a major problem on American roadways. To be sure, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that alcohol-related crashes cost the U.S. economy more than $37 billion annually, and that approximately one person dies in an alcohol-related crash every 51 minutes.
A freak accident left a Milton art teacher with fatal injuries in February of 2016; a manhole cover, which usually lies atop the manhole that is in the left lane of route 93 heading southbound, near the O’Neill tunnel exit, crashed through a driver’s windshield.