An emergency room doctor from Brigham and Women’s Hospital was killed on August 27, 2010 when the motor scooter he was driving collided with a truck in Brighton, Massachusetts.
Details of the Motor Scooter Accident
Boston police reported that police responded to a call for an accident involving a scooter and another motor vehicle on Beacon Street. The accident occurred when the emergency room doctor, an attending physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and an instructor at Harvard Medical School, collided with a truck. Upon arrival at the scene, police discovered the 50-year-old doctor suffering from serious injuries. He was taken to St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center where he died from his injuries. The victim left a wife and three children.
Motor Scooter Accidents Increasing
Our experienced Salem, Massachusetts personal injury attorneys have successfully handled motor scooter, moped and bicycle crash cases throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Our attorneys have found that these crashes occur frequently during daylight hours and during the spring and summer months. Given the increased popularity of bicycles and motor scooters, the personal injury attorneys at Mazow & McCullough had seen an increase in injuries and wrongful death claims.
Seeking Help from a Personal Injury Lawyer
If you have suffered a personal injury or a loved one has been killed as a result of a motor scooter, moped or bicycle crash, please contact the Massachusetts personal injury attorneys at Mazow|McCullough, PC so that the matter can be properly, efficiently and successfully handled.
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