Using public transit to commute has numerous benefits: a person avoids traffic, reduces emissions, and often gets to their destination faster and at a lower out-of-pocket cost. But if an accident occurs on public transit and a passenger is injured, understanding liability for damages can be confusing. Call Personal Injury lawyer Deborah Gold-Alexander today if you’ve been involved in a public transit accident for your free case consultation.Read more
Walking is one of the healthiest ways to get around, get a new perspective, and exercise one’s muscles. But depending on where you’re walking, there may be an elevated risk of being involved in a pedestrian accident. As a pedestrian in Massachusetts, one way that you can reduce your risk of a crash is to understand your rights and obligations related to marked and unmarked crosswalks. Here’s an overview of what you need to know, as well as your rights if you are struck by a car.Read more
Most people will be involved in a car accident at least once in their life. And while some car accidents are very serious and lead to severe damages, others are relatively minor and the claims process is straightforward. Which is why if you’ve been in a car accident, you may be wondering whether or not you really need legal representation. Here are three questions to ask yourself to know if you need a car accident attorney–Read more
One of the deadliest and most severe types of crashes is a T-bone accident. When this type of accident occurs, determining fault is a key part of the claims process. At the law office of Deborah Gold-Alexander, Attorney at Law, our experienced car accident lawyer can investigate your case and help you to prove fault. To learn more about determining fault in a T-bone accident and how Attorney Deborah Gold-Alexander can help, call our law firm directly today.Read more
Today, Uber boasts in excess 110 million users all over the world. As is often the case, your Uber driver is usually only just a few minutes away. Meanwhile, underdog competitors such as Lyft are breathing down Uber’s neck in numerous cities across the U.S. and Canada.