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December 2015 Archives

Cars and bikes: sharing the road safely in Massachusetts


Just as there are rules of the road and many different laws for motorists in Massachusetts, there are also rules for pedestrians and bicyclists. Everyone who uses local roadways is tasked with using them in a manner conducive to the general safety of others. When these rules are obeyed, things tend to run smoothly in Worcester, Boston and beyond. All it takes, though, is one driver ignoring the law in order for car collisions or pedestrian accidents to occur.

Three work accident victims at Worcester construction site


Even in Massachusetts, construction is a year-round job for many local residents. Despite the colder temperatures, construction crews often work long hours under difficult conditions so that projects can be completed on-time and in a safe and sound manner. Safety is of extreme importance on any construction site, as serious and even fatal accidents can occur if even the tiniest breach of safety takes place.

Caution a good idea when giving the gift of pet ownership


This holiday season, some Worcester residents may be thinking of getting someone they love a pet as a gift. Puppies and kittens are usually popular choices, as these animals can prove to be long-term companions as well as a cherished and memorable gift for an adult or child. However, when buying any animal, it can be important to think comprehensively and be cautious about bringing any new addition into a home -- especially an unexpected one.

What are the benefits of utilizing a workers' comp attorney?


Most workers in Massachusetts probably don't give much daily thought to safety at work. After all, most modern workplaces are generally designed with safety in mind, and agencies such as OSHA work hard to establish standards for worker safety in all industries. Still, workplace injuries do happen, and when they do, securing legal help from an experienced attorney can make a significant difference.

Safety tips from Massachusetts' Motorcycle Manual


Individuals who desire to own and ride a motorcycle in the state of Massachusetts must obtain a special license from the state. Prospective bikers must first obtain a Class M learner's permit from the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles, then they can obtain a Class M license. Interestingly, one does not need to have a Class D driver's license - the "regular" driver's license most residents likely already have - in order to obtain a Class M license and lawfully ride motorcycles.

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