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Stay Home! Avoid the risk of a Boston car accident

Authorities are warning of an increased risk of Boston car accidents and traffic accidents elsewhere in Massachusetts through the remainder of the work week as the area continues to deal with a storm that has pounded the nation from North Texas to Southern Maine.

Our Boston Personal Injury Lawyers reported Massachusetts Winter Safe Driving Tips earlier this month on our Boston Car Accident Lawyers Blog.
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The Worcester Telegram reports traffic on the Massachusetts Turnpike and other main roads is slow moving, with speed limits reduced to 40 mph.

A Massachusetts trucking accident was reported early Wednesday morning when a tractor-trailer hauling cornmeal rolled over and split apart on the Mass Pike. Other semi accidents have been reported in Millbury and Charlton.

The Boston Herald reports that the Massachusetts State Police have also responded to dozens of spinouts.

ABC 5 reported that Gov. Deval Patrick has ordered all non-emergency personnel to stay home.

State police report responding to 16 crashes, 22 spinouts and 34 disabled vehicles on Tuesday. Those who do not have to travel are encouraged to stay home until driving conditions improve.

If you have been injured in a Boston accident, contact Massachusetts Injury Attorney Jeffrey S. Glassman for a free and confidential appointment to discuss your rights. Call 877-617-5333.