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Personal Injury Cases Explained



Rob Levine & Associates is a personal injury firm that practices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Have you been injured and want to know if you have a case? We have broken down the complexities of ‘personal injury’ to help you gage your next steps. What is Personal Injury law? Personal injury law helps […]

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10 Tips on Safe Winter Driving



Though the forecast has remained relatively snow-less so far this season, New England is notorious for our winter storms. The snow, ice, and frost can all affect how you drive. Winter driving can be difficult and this weather puts drivers at a greater risk for an accident. 10 Tips for Safe Winter Driving Defrost before […]

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Personal Injury Lawyer in Boston: Rob Levine & Associates



Have you been hurt due to someone else’s mistake? Rob Levine & Associates can help. With almost 20 years of experience, we are one of the best personal injury lawyers in Boston, Massachusetts and can get you the compensation you deserve from your injury. Have You Suffered From A Personal Injury? Unintentional accidents happen very […]

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National Impaired Driving Awareness Month Increase in Drunk Driving Accidents During Holidays



The US Department of Transportation reports that, on average, 300 people die each year in drunk driving crashes the week between Christmas and New Years alone. The holiday season can be a very dangerous time to be on the roads. There is increased snow, sleet, and ice on roadways making them difficult to drive on. […]

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Child Passenger Safety Week



National Child Passenger Safety Week The week of September 23rd through the 29th is Child Passenger Safety Week. The National Child Passenger Safety Board reports that every 33 seconds a child 13 years or younger is involved in a crash. The NHTSA reports that car crashes are the leading cause of death for children ages […]

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