Drunk Drivers Make Society MADD

By on Aug 16, 2017 in Personal Injury | 0 comments

As the automobile continues to reshape our world in many different ways it is important to recognize the potential for possibly dangerous scenarios involving cars and people. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is a severe offense and can ruin the lives of everyone involved, including the drivers. Drunk driving is a direct insult to the rest of society as it sends the message that the driver is indifferent to any catastrophe or pain they may cause as a result of their negligent actions. If we are to progress to an age where innocent life is not taken by selfish offenders it must begin with more rigorous educational campaigns that can show the true pain experienced by victims of such crashes. Due to the high rates of accidents that involved the consumption of alcohol, there have been countless studies done by countless organization who have one goal, and that is...

What are T-bone Collisions?

By on Jun 4, 2017 in Personal Injury | 0 comments

What are T-bone Collisions? Head-on collisions occur when the front ends of two vehicles collide. Rear-end collisions occur when the rear end of a vehicle has been hit by another vehicle. These are just some of the common types of car accidents. Another type of car accident is called the T-bone collision, but what is it exactly? A T-bone accident happens when the front side of a vehicle crashes into the side of another, forming a letter T. This kind of traffic collision mostly occurs because of right-of-way issues, such as when a car blows through a red light or stop sign on an intersection and ends up crashing into a car that has been traveling on the adjacent road. This can also occur when a car abruptly makes a turn, typically on the right side, and its driver has not seen that there has been a vehicle on its side. According to the website http://www.thebentonlawfirm.com/, those who...

Dangerous NFL Injuries

By on Feb 20, 2017 in Personal Injury | 0 comments

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), torn meniscus, muscle contusions, shoulder tendinitis, shoulder separation or dislocation, ankle sprains and strains, and torn hamstrings are just some of the injuries suffered by National Football League and College Football players. More serious than any of these musculoskeletal injuries, however, are two other injuries that affect the brain: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) and Concussion. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), which is a progressive, degenerative brain disease, can lead to memory loss, dementia and depression. Concussion, on the other hand, is “a change in mental state due to a traumatic impact. Not all those who suffer a concussion lose consciousness. Some signs that a concussion has been sustained are headaches, dizziness, nausea, loss of balance, drowsiness, numbness, difficulty...

What are my responsibilities for invitees, licensees, and trespassers?

By on Oct 12, 2015 in Personal Injury | 0 comments

As a property owner, you have the duty to keep your premises safe and free from any danger. By keeping your property hazard-free, you are securing not just your safety, but also the safety of your occupants and visitors. A Massachusetts personal injury attorney would probably tell you that unsafe premises may cause permanent injuries, and in most tragic cases, death. So, keeping your premises safe saves you from the trouble of being involved in a personal injury lawsuit. But the degree of your responsibility depends mainly on how the injured visitor is classified. Let’s take a case of animal attack inside your premises as our problem situation. Dog bites account for a significant number of premises liability cases in the country. Your duty of care for a person attacked by your dog is as follows: Invitees These are the people who you’ve invited to ‘gain’ something, such as a service. It...