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Safe driving series to examine common causes of Massachusetts traffic accidents

Over the coming weeks, the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman will look at some of the most common causes of serious and fatal Massachusetts car accidents and traffic accidents nationwide.

In truth, few accidents are really accidents. Distracted driving, impaired driving, speeding and other poor driving habits usually contribute to serious or fatal car accidents in Massachusetts. As a veteran Massachusetts injury lawyer and Boston wrongful death attorney, Jeffrey S. Glassman is frequently called to represent families who are struggling to cope in the wake of a serious or fatal traffic accident.
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We hope you will take some time to review safe driving habits with your family, particularly young drivers, and that you will check back often for updates.

-Massachusetts drunk driving accidents killed 153 of the 363 motorists who died on our roads in 2008, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

-Ten people were killed in Massachusetts bicycle accidents, although the Boston Globe recently reported more than 800 are injured each year.

-Forty-one people died in Massachusetts motorcycle accidents.

-Seventy-five people were killed in Massachusetts pedestrian accidents.

In the coming weeks we will review some of the common causes of accidents in Massachusetts, including:

-Distracted Driving -Drunk Driving -Aggressive Driving -Speeding -Intersection Crashes -Rear-end Collisions -Drowsy Driving -Motorcycle Accidents -Pedestrian Accidents -Bicycle Accidents -Trucking Accidents -Red-light Violations -Driving in inclement weather -Teen Driving -Elderly Drivers -Driving in Parking Lots -Commuting and Freeway Driving
Together, we can reduce the chances that you and your family will face the struggles that often accompany a serious traffic accident.

If you have been injured in a Massachusetts car accident, contact the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman for a free and confidential appointment to discuss your rights. Call 877-617-5333