Navigating Massachusetts roads is a daily necessity for many workers including delivery drivers, tractor-trailer operators, truck drivers, shipping companies, sales representatives, home healthcare providers, and field service technicians. When these individuals are involved in accidents during the course of their employment, serious injuries can occur and understanding their legal rights becomes paramount, especially in relation […]
Rideshare car accidents involving an Uber driver or Lyft driver, are common in Boston, Massachusetts. Residents and visitors of Boston use ridesharing services to get around the city for work, get to and from the airport, or travel safely on a night out on the town. As independent contractors, these drivers are often multitasking, using
The Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) When you’re involved in an accident with a USPS vehicle or Postal Truck, the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) governs your claim. The FTCA allows victims of accidents caused by Federal Government employees to file lawsuits against the federal government. Unlike a typical personal injury claim against a private
Navigating the complexities of car insurance after an car accident in Massachusetts, a no-fault insurance state, can be daunting. This article aims to demystify the process, focusing on how different types of insurance work in the event of an accident and what you need to know to secure appropriate compensation. Disclaimer: This information is for
Negligent driver fled the scene or doesn’t have enough insurance after a car accident in Massachusetts
Too often, individuals suffer serious and disabling injuries as a result of a vehicle related accident, but the person or business responsible does not carry enough insurance to adequately compensate him or her. For example, a man was permanently disabled after being struck by a motor vehicle while he was walking to his car.