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What Are Catastrophic Injuries?

By Tom Kiley on February 1, 2016

Boston Catastrophic Personal InjuryAny injury can leave someone suffering from permanent disabilities. A car accident, slip and fall, or many other situations can leave you hurt. But, there are some injuries so serious they affect your entire life, and the lives of everyone around you. These are catastrophic injuries, and they can leave you unable to work and struggling with huge medical bills. Read the rest »

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Massachusetts Health Department Can’t Close Nursing Homes Without Public Input

By Tom Kiley on January 25, 2016

When lawmakers want to close, sell, or even renovate a hospital, it is the public’s right to get involved in the process. Nursing homes in Massachusetts, however, have been sold and closed by officials with little to no input from the public. That will change now that new rules have been finalized. Read the rest »

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Quincy Woman Arrested on Suspicion of DUI after Police Pursuit

By Tom Kiley on January 21, 2016

A 43-year-old woman was arrested after crashing into a police cruiser. The DUI arrest occurred in Quincy, after a police chase through several South Shore communities. Officials say police began pursuit after she threw a bottle at a man in a parking lot. After eluding officers through Hingham and Weymouth, she was arrested in Quincy. She faces several charges, including drunk driving. Read the rest »

Motorcyclist Killed in Old Lyme Crash

By Tom Kiley on January 18, 2016

Boston Biker InjuriesA 73-year-old Westbrook man was killed in a Massachusetts motorcycle accident. The crash led to negligent homicide charges for the driver who turned in front of the motorcyclist. The fatal motorcycle accident occurred in front of the driver’s home on Boston Post Road in Old Lyme back in May 2015. Officials decided in December 2015 to issue a warrant for the 27-year-old driver for negligent homicide and failure to yield during a left turn. The driver was taking a left turn into his driveway when he struck the oncoming motorcycle. Read the rest »

Malden Woman Killed in Hit and Run Crash

By Tom Kiley on January 15, 2016

A 71-year-old woman was killed in a hit-and-run car accident near the senior apartment complex where she lived. The fatal pedestrian accident occurred near Vista and Pleasant Streets, near the Malden Housing Authority’s senior housing complex. Officials say they have received tips from neighbors, but it is unclear from the report if they have found the vehicle or driver involved in the crash. Read the rest »

Massachusetts Woman Killed in Car Accident

By Tom Kiley on January 10, 2016

A woman who was training for the Boston Marathon was killed after a vehicle struck her as she was running. The fatal pedestrian accident occurred on Winter Street in Hanson. Officials found the runner in critical condition and discovered that the car struck her and a utility pole. The woman died days later at Brockton Hospital. The driver of the Altima was transported to South Shore Hospital. It is unclear if the driver will face charges for the fatal crash. Read the rest »

Easton Couple Injured in Motorcycle Crash

By Tom Kiley on January 6, 2016

A man and woman were injured in a Massachusetts motorcycle accident when their Harley-Davidson was struck by an SUV. The motorcycle crash occurred on Foundry Street in Easton. Officials say the SUV struck their motorcycle while they were in the left-hand turn lane. They sustained non-life-threatening leg injuries and were taken to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton. Charges have not been filed against the driver of the SUV. Read the rest »

Worcester Officer Injured in Hit-and-Run Crash

By Tom Kiley on December 21, 2015

A police officer has been released from the hospital after being struck by a hit-and-run driver while directing traffic. The hit-and-run car accident happened near Grafton and Franklin Streets in Worcester. Read the rest »

No Seat Belts for Massachusetts Students

By Tom Kiley on December 19, 2015

School buses are inherently safer than smaller vehicles, but that doesn’t mean that improvements can’t be made. For example, school buses in Massachusetts do not have seat belts.  In fact, only six states (New York, New Jersey, California, Florida, Louisiana and Texas) currently require kids to wear seat belts on the bus. That may be changing soon as new studies have shown that seat belts in school buses save lives. Read the rest »

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Massachusetts State Trooper Injured in Suspected DUI Crash

By Tom Kiley on December 16, 2015

A State Trooper was injured in a Massachusetts car accident that may have involved a drunk driver. According to a CBS Boston news report, the car accident happened on Route 1 South outside Gillette Stadium after the Monday night Patriots game against the Buffalo Bills. Read the rest »

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