By Robert I. Feinberg | Published May 30, 2023 | Posted in Motorcycle Accidents | Tagged Tags: comparative fault, helmet laws | Comments Off on How Not Wearing a Helmet Might Affect Your Motorcycle Injury Case
Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries to riders. A motorcycle is no match for an oncoming car or a commercial vehicle, and a rider has no barrier of protection. Massachusetts law requires all riders to wear helmets that meet certain safety specifications. If a rider without a helmet is hurt in a collision, he/she Read MoreRead More
In this series of construction accident blogs, we have focused on the notion of a controlling employer. Generally, the controlling employer is the General Contractor and has those responsibilities. That is, the controlling employer must satisfy its responsibility to exercise reasonable care to prevent and detect violations on the site by any of the subcontractors. Read MoreRead More
Victims of car accidents typically receive immediate care when it is clear that they have been seriously injured. They are either transported to a hospital or trauma center by ambulance or they recognize the need for immediate diagnosis and treatment. But some accident victims may not experience symptoms of a sustained injury until a later Read MoreRead More
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