2 Tragic Massachusetts Accidents Cause Multiple Deaths

More than 100,000 accidents take place on Massachusetts roads each year, according to the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security. Most of these are not serious and do not result in fatalities or leave lasting injuries. However, at least 4,000 people in Massachusetts suffer injuries in accidents each year, and at least 350 die as a result of serious car crashes across the state.

Injuries that you sustain in a car accident can be serious and often require expensive medial treatment. This can leave a lasting impact on your future–both physically and financially.

At Colucci, Colucci, Marcus & Flavin P.C., we are committed to ensuring that accident victims do not struggle through debilitating injuries and medical expenses alone. If you are looking for a Boston personal-injury lawyer, give us a call at 617-698-6000. We have a long history of caring and responsive legal assistance, and we are eager to offer the same support to you and your family.

Three Injured in Ludlow Accident

WGGB reports that a car accident involving two vehicles sent three people to a local hospital. The accident took place on Mass Avenue in Ludlow, and police responded to the call at approximately 1:20 p.m.

Officials say that one vehicle was driving on Mass Avenue when it collided with another vehicle travelling north on Alfred Street. Following the collision, one of the vehicles ended up in the front yard of a nearby house.

According to police on the scene, a 20-year-old man was driving the vehicle at the time of the accident, and his mother was a passenger in the car. A total of three victims suffered injuries in the accident. Emergency responders rushed all of them to Bay State Medical Center.

Two Killed in Jamaicaway Crash

Boston.com reports that a head-on collision on Jamicaway early Sunday morning killed two people. The collision took place at 3 a.m. when a large BMW struck a Toyota. There were three occupants in the BMW and two in the Toyota.

A preliminary investigation into the accident indicates that the BMW was at fault. Officials believe the BMW crossed the center-lane markers and drove directly into the line of the Toyota, which was approaching from the opposite direction.

The accident caused two fatalities. According to police officials the victims were not wearing seatbelts at the time of the accident and were pronounced dead on the scene.

The driver of the BMW and the driver of the Toyota were not killed but suffered injuries. Emergency workers transported both drivers to Beth Israel Hospital.

If you or a member of your family has suffered injuries in a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation. At Colucci, Colucci, Marcus & Flavin P.C., we are committed to fighting for the compensation that accident victims deserve. A specialist Boston personal-injury attorney will handle your case and represent your interests. Call us today at 617-698-6000 to arrange a consultation with a Boston Accident Lawyer and to see how we can help you. We are available for day, evening and weekend appointments.