NHTSA Proposes New Safety Rules for Bus Windows and Doors

Bus Accident

Experienced Lawyers Working with Bus Accident Victims in Rhode Island and Massachusetts In late April 2016, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposed a new Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard designed to help reduce fatalities and injuries in motorcoach and large bus crashes by preventing – or at least reducing…

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Traffic Fatalities Fell in 2014, But Were Alarmingly Higher in 2015

Car Accident

Injury Attorneys Assisting Fatal Accident Victim’s Families in RI and MA According to a report recently released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the number of traffic deaths in the United States fell slightly in 2014, but then ticked up dramatically during 2015. In a separate report, government officials estimated that, for the…

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Insurance Companies Must Act in Good Faith or Pay Additional Damages

Insurance

Assisting Drivers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island Work with Insurance Claims Massachusetts and Rhode Island, like the vast majority of other states, require every owner of a motor vehicle to secure a minimum level of liability insurance, in order to ensure that a fund of money will be available to pay damages caused by the…

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Inexperience Leads to Many Auto Accidents for Teen Drivers

Car Accident

Experienced Attorneys Serving Teen Drivers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island According to a study sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. Indeed, each year, more than 2,100 teens aged 16-19 are killed in auto crashes on our nation’s roads and…

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