The Law Offices of Steven T. Snow

Commercial Truck Accidents

Written by Steven T. Snow on April 17, 2019

The Demand for Delivery of Goods Spawns an Increase in Commercial Truck Accidents The “on-demand economy” is upon us. More than ever people are turning to apps like Uber and Lyft for ride-sharing, Grubhub for...

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Cape Cod Car Accident Lawyer

Written by Steven T. Snow on August 21, 2018

Cape Cod Car Accident Lawyer: Steven T. Snow Snow Day Gone Bad Teenagers, cars and snow are a recipe for disaster as evidenced by another calamity in Centerville during one the latest series of Nor’easter...

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Auto Insurance Insures Peace of Mind

Written by Steven T. Snow on April 21, 2018

Auto insurance insures peace of mind. Get the most insurance possible BEFORE an accident occurs. Auto insurance insures peace of mind. The greatest advice that Attorney Steven T. Snow asserts is, “A best practice is...

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5 Steps to Take After an Auto Accident

Written by Steven T. Snow on February 1, 2018

RECOVERING FINANCIALLY There are 5 steps to take after an auto accident because, accidents are not planned. They can happen to anyone at any time and the effects may last a lifetime. What can be...

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Cape Cod Summer Vacations Gone Bad

Written by Steven T. Snow on August 18, 2017

Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents on Cape Cod Whether on Foot, Two or Four Wheels: Be Aware of Risks and Liability Picture this. You and your family are enjoying a week of Cape Cod sand, sunshine and...

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Moped Accidents: Tips BEFORE Renting Mopeds on Summer Vacation

Written by Steven T. Snow on June 30, 2017

[caption id="attachment_979" align="alignright" width="380"] Photo credit: Mark Lovewell Vineyard Gazette[/caption] In locales like Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, mopeds are as much a part of vacation as ice cream, the beach, and sunburn. Unfortunately,...

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Taking Action after a Texting While Driving Accident

Written by Steven T. Snow on December 29, 2016

When it comes to texting and driving there are two indisputable facts: it’s dangerous and illegal in Massachusetts. While more than 23% of motor vehicle accidents involve cell phone use, texting is far more dangerous...

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