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Dog Behaviors to Watch Out For (Podcast)

Robert Mazow and Kevin McCullough of the law firm Mazow-McCullough, a personal injury law firm with extensive experience as dog bite attorneys, discuss dog behaviors to watch out for. Mazow McCullough · Dog Behaviors to Watch Out For John Maher: Hi, I'm John Maher. I'm here today with Robert Mazow ...
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Alternatives to Dog Bite Lawsuits (Podcasts)

Robert Mazow and Kevin McCullough of the law firm Mazow-McCullough, a personal injury law firm with years of experience dealing with dog bite cases, discuss the alternatives to dog bite lawsuits. Mazow McCullough · Alternatives to Dog Bite Lawsuits John Maher: Hi, I'm John Maher and I'm here today with ...
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Preventing Motorcycle Accidents

You may be wondering what would happen if you are involved in a motorcycle wreck in New Hampshire or Massachusetts during this unprecedented time. If you are hurt, it may be harder to receive medical care. Fortunately, the following advice from Mazow | McCullough, PC can help you prevent motorcycle ...
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Will Police Check My Phone If I Get Into An Accident?

The Massachusetts distracted driving law bans drivers from using cell phones and other electronic devices while driving, unless the devices are in hands-free mode. Breaking this law is a primary offense, and police can pull over drivers who are breaking the rules. But what if you get into an accident? ...
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Can You Still Get Compensation in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit If Your Loved One Was At Fault?

Contrary to popular belief, you can still get compensation in a wrongful death lawsuit if your loved one was at fault. The settlement is reduced based on the portion of blame assigned to your loved one. If your loved one was responsible for more than half of the incident, you ...
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Massachusetts Hands Free Law: What Drivers Need to Know

As of February 23, 2020, Massachusetts has a hands free driving law. This law bans drivers from using mobile phones or any other electronic device unless the device is in hands-free mode. Do you wonder how this law will affect you? Keep reading for a brief overview of the details ...
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How Are Drunk Drivers Penalized for Fatal Accidents?

Each year, over 10,000 people die in drunk driving accidents in the United States. A drunk driver who causes the death of one or more people typically faces serious consequences, which vary based on state laws and accident specifics. Here is a general overview of fatality statistics and possible penalties ...
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Grief After the Wrongful Death of a Loved One

Everyone grieves differently after the loss of a loved one. However, wrongful death survivors may experience more intense and complicated grief than most. When someone else's negligent actions claim the life of your loved one, you may experience the following: Intense Questioning After a loved one dies, many people are ...
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What Is the Difference Between a Fatal Accident and Wrongful Death?

Although there can be a lot of overlap, fatal accidents and wrongful death fall into separate legal categories. A person’s death is considered an accident when it wasn't caused by the purposeful or negligent actions of another person or entity. In contrast, wrongful death refers to deaths caused by the ...
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Wrongful Death: Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrians face a significant risk of being involved in a fatal accident when they walk, jog, or sit near roadways or parking lots. Tragically, every 88 minutes, a pedestrian dies in a traffic accident in the United States, which equates to approximately 6,000 people annually. In many cases, these accidents ...
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