Massachusetts Driver Charged With DWI After Causing Accident
A Massachusetts driver is charged with several serious offenses after causing a multiple car accident. The driver was reported to police by another motorist, who followed him until police arrived on the scene. The driver, Harold Medeiros, was allegedly intoxicated, driving erratically, texting while behind the wheel and oblivious to the police attempting to pull him over.
When the driver came to an intersection he rear ended a car that was stopped at a red light, causing a four car accident. Two people were transported to area hospitals while the driver was taken to SNH Medical center with unknown injuries.
Harold Medeiros is being charged with driving while intoxicated, yellow line violations, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle and traffic light violation. He is due in court in February.
If you have any questions or you or a loved one have been a victim of someone who was texting and driving or driving under the influence, please contact the law office of Mazow|McCullough, P.C. for a free consultation and to learn more about your legal options. You can contact us at (978) 744-800 or email@example.com.
WOMAN FILES WRONGFUL DEATH SUIT AGAINST THE DRIVER AND COMPANY THAT KILLED HER HUSBAND
Tanya Scott lost her husband two years ago in a tragic accident. Her husband, Dennis Scott was struck by a truck that was owned by Kayem Foods. Mr. Scott was near a freightliner tanker truck that he had just repaired on the breakdown lane when he was struck by the Kayem Foods truck.
The driver of the truck is being charged with vehicular homicide as well as marked lanes and breakdown lane violations. Mrs. Scott is also bringing suit against Kayem Foods alleging they were negligent in the hiring of the truck driver given his extensive violations on his driver’s license.
If you have any questions about wrongful death claims, please contact the law office of Mazow|McCullough, P.C. for a free consultation and to learn more about your legal options. You can contact us at (978) 744-800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In a car pedestrian accident in Massachusetts all your injuries are covered by the insurance company of the car that hit you. In other words, if you are crossing the street and your struck in your leg and you break your leg your medical bills will be paid for up to a certain point from the insurance company of the car that hit you. Your lost wages are going to be covered up to seventy five percent from the insurance company of the car that hit you. If you have been scarred as a result of this injury the plastic surgery that you may be required to get is covered from the insurance of the car that hit you.
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Local Woman in Critical Condition after Hit and Run Accident
An elderly Lynn woman was the victim of a hit and run accident on Wednesday, January 12th. The victim was coming off the bus and walking on the crosswalk to enter Union Hospital when a car hit the victim and sped off according to witness reports. The women was hit with such force, that it caused her to become airborne and she landed face down. According to MassGeneral Hospital, the victim is still in critical condition. As of yet, Police have yet to determine who the driver is and is asking for help from the public. The car is said to be a dark colored Honda CRV.
If you have any questions or if you or a loved one has been the victim of a hit and run accident, please contact the law office of Mazow|McCullough, P.C. for a free consultation and to learn more about your legal options. You can contact us at (978) 744‑8000 or email@example.com.
Stop & Shop Issues a Voluntary Recall on Miller’s Shredded Cheese Packages
The supermarket chain Stop & Shop has issued a voluntary recall on several shredded cheese packages from its supplier Miller’s Cheese Corp. The recall was issued because some of the cheese packages are potentially contaminated with Listeria Monocytogenes. Listeria Monocytogenes can cause high fever, severe headaches, neck stiffness, nausea and even death.
The products that have been affected all have expiration dates between June 5, 2012 through September 4, 2012. These cheese Packages are; 8 oz. packages of Miller’s Shredded Cheddar Cheese and Haolam Shredded Cheddar Cheese, 8 oz. packages of Miller’s Shredded Mozzarella Cheese and Haolam Shredded Mozzarella Cheese, and 8 oz. packages of Haolam Shredded Pizza Cheese.
If you have any packages that may have been contaminated you may discard them or bring them back to Stop & Shop along with your purchase receipt for a full refund.
If you have any questions or you or a loved one is a victim of a food borne illness, contact the law office of Mazow|McCullough, P.C. for a free consultation and to learn more about your legal options. You can contact us at (978) 744-800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Its not news to everyone that texting and driving continues to be a problem, both in Massachusetts where a state-wide law that prohibits the act and elsewhere. In a day and age where technology and constant information seem to rule our lives, it is often easy to get distracted by these new gadgets. Every driver has seen someone behind the wheel seemingly more concerned with their phone conversation then with where their car was headed.
Smart phones are an especially hot new commodity that enables a person to text, surf the internet, play a game, and check their email, all from the comfort of the couch, waiting room or driver’s seat. According to the National Transportation Board, when someone is texting while behind the wheel they are actively “taking away information from important visual cues on the road.”
The state of Massachusetts has a texting and driving ban for every driver, and has imposed further restrictions on drivers under the age of 18. These junior operators may not operate a telephone while behind the wheel of a vehicle. Essex County DA Jonathan Blodgett, is urging students to refrain from texting and driving. He has already visited several area high schools to inform students about the dangers of texting and driving, as well as the sanctions that are imposed if you are caught in the act.
If you have any questions or you or a loved one have been a victim of someone who was texting or using a cell phone while driving, please contact the law office of Mazow|McCullough, P.C. for a free consultation and to learn more about your legal options. You can contact us at (978) 744-800 or email@example.com.
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