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Speeding and Moving Violations in Massachusetts

In Auto Accidents, DUI and OUI, Misc Topics, Pedestrian Accidents, Traffic Violations by John Tramontozzi

 As congestion and traffic conditions worsen drivers become more harassed and likely to err. Most often these errors act as a wake up call and drivers self-correct. However at other times the law enforcement on our roads and streets offer incentive to slow down and be more attentive. Hidden Costs Your signature on the back of speeding ticket can sum …

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Personal Injury in Bicycle Accidents: Ways to Prevent and Protect in Massachusetts

In Personal Injury, Traffic Violations, Uncategorized by Tramontozzi Law

With the warmer weather slowly but surely approaching us in Massachusetts, there are more and more opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. While cycling is healthy from a physical health perspective and good for the environment, as a form of transportation shared with the busy streets, bicycle accidents are a risk that must be properly considered and prepared for. Fortunately if …

Fighting Traffic Violations in Massachusetts

In Traffic Violations by Tramontozzi Law

Hundreds of traffic tickets are issued to Massachusetts drivers every day. However, only a small percentage of these are disputed. If you have recently received a ticket, here’s why you should consider disputing the violation. Increased Insurance Cost Most traffic violations will result in an increase of your insurance premium that can last for several years. Drivers with violations will …

Cell Phone Use: Distracted Driving in Melrose MA

In Other Injuries, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury, Traffic Violations, Uncategorized by John Tramontozzi

In 2010, Massachusetts banned texting while driving, yet many drivers continue to text while they drive and continue to cause serious accidents and injuries to others. WBUR reported that during the six years since the texting law went into effect, police have issued around 10,000 tickets with fines for texting violations.   If you or a loved one is involved in an …