Things NOT to Do After a Car Accident in Massachusetts

If you’ve been in a car accident, you’ve probably spent a fair amount of time researching all of the things that you’re supposed to do after a crash, such as reporting the accident to the police and getting medical care. Information that may be harder to find, though, is a list of things not to do after a car accident …

Massachusetts Car Accident Deaths Way Up During Coronavirus

When one considers some of the top causes of car accidents, there is almost always an association between traffic congestion and the risk of collision. Which is why the trend in Massachusetts right now is baffling: despite the fact that traffic has decreased by 50 percent in our state as a result of coronavirus-prompted stay-at-home orders, the roadway death rate …

Elevator Accidents: Are They Going Up?

Elevators are an amazing tool, and a necessary one for many. But while riding an elevator may be convenient, practical, or the only way to get from one floor to another, riding an elevator isn’t always safe. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are about 17,000 people seriously injured in elevator accidents each …

Summer 2020: Firepit Safety Tips Everyone Should Know

Having a fire during the summer is one of the most enjoyable activities there is. Whether at home with some friends in the backyard or out on a camping trip with family, summer just doesn’t feel like summer without the glow of embers in a fire pit – s’mores are an extra bonus! But as enjoyable as a fire can …

Massachusetts Car Accident Settlement: Process and Timeline

The aftermath of a car crash can be devastating. For those who have been in serious collisions, recovering from injuries could take months, or even years. In addition, the claims process can seem to drag one, and the delay can be excruciating. At The Law Offices of Alan Hildreth King & Associates, one of the most frequently asked questions we …