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bicyclecrossingsign-300x225Quincy, MA (July 5, 2018) – A bicyclist in Quincy, Massachusetts suffered serious injuries after being struck by a hit and run driver on July 4th.  The collision occurred on Whitwell and Deldorf Streets around 8:20 pm Wednesday.  The bicyclist is identified by police as a 61 year old man.  He was struck by a vehicle operated by 39 year old Paul Mignosa of Quincy.

Mignosa fled the scene after the collision but was located by police a short distance away.  He was charged with hit and run, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and OUI causing serious injury.  Mignosa was arrested and taken into police custody.

The 61 year old bicyclist, whose name was not released, was transported to a hospital with serious head and leg injuries according to Quincy police.  No further word on the man’s condition is available as of Thursday evening.

bicycle-ocean-300x169Harwich Port, MA (July 3, 2018) – A bicyclist in Harwich Port, Massachusetts was struck by a car on Monday while riding along Route 28 and Sisson Road.  The collision occurred around 5:00 pm.  Harwich police report that the woman is from Russia and is in town working on the Cape for the summer season.   Police did not release the woman’s name or the name of the driver involved in the crash.

Paramedics arrived on scene.  The woman, who was visibly shaken from the crash, was treated and later transported to Cape Cod Hospital for additional evaluation.  Her condition is not known at this time.  Police have not said how the accident occurred or whether they intend to charge the driver for the crash.  The crash investigation is still ongoing at the Harwich Police Department.

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bicycle-ocean-300x169Boston, MA (June 27, 2018) – Police in Boston responded to 1415 Dorcester Avenue on Tuesday amid reports of a car vs. bicycle collision.  Officer Richard Anthony Errico was among the first to arrive on scene of the crash.  There, he discovered a bicyclist suffered from injuries sustained in a crash with a motor vehicle.

The motor vehicle operator stayed on scene to speak with Boston police officers.  Boston EMS units also responded to the scene of the crash to treat the injured bicyclist whose name has not been released.  Police worked the scene, taking witness statements as well as physical measurements to determine what caused the crash.  There is no word on the condition of the bicyclist.  The vehicle driver was not charged as of Tuesday and there is no word on whether charges are expected.

Boston Bicycle Accident Attorney

Madison Bumgarner has been the Ace of San Francisco Giants’ pitching for quite some time.  Even though the team has not gotten off to a great start in the 2017 season, fans and team officials were hoping that some better offense and good pitching performances by the likes of Bumgarner could get them back to where they want to be.

bandageThis is going to harder they had first hoped, as, according to a recent news article from ESPN, as Bumgarner may miss two months of the season as a result of injuries he sustained while riding a dirt bike.  He has supposedly injured his throwing shoulder and a few of his ribs.  This is creating a lot of angst for many connected with the team.  While injures happen all the time in the game, injuries that occur during non-baseball activities tend to bring out more emotions from fans. Continue reading

Spring is officially here and Boston bicycle enthusiasts are ready to get rolling. bicycle12

Our Boston bicycle accident attorneys want to stress for those eager to finally get back out on two wheels that there are a few things you can do to make your trip safer. While of course you cannot make motorists pay attention, drive sober or exercise caution, you can make yourself obvious. You can ride defensively. You can make sure your bike is in good condition. You can wear a helmet and other safety gear to lessen your chances of serious injury.

May is National Bike Month, and it’s designed to promote the many benefits of cycling and encourage more people to try it. According to The League of American Bicyclists, the overall growth of bicycle commuting has grown by 62 percent from 2000 to 2013. In Boston, we’ve seen an explosion of bike commuting – a 122 percent increase in that same time period. It’s increasing by further leaps and bounds as tourists and residents become acquainted with Hubway, the low-cost, city-sponsored bike and helmet rental system.  Continue reading