Understanding Pharmacy Errors and When to File a Claim
Published in Medical Malpractice on September 21, 2022
Whether you are suffering from an illness or injury, doctor-prescribed medications are often the best cure to help you feel better and heal. Patients put a lot of trust into the pharmacists who handle the prescription drugs that are meant to help them recover. Unfortunately, despite pharmacists undergoing years of training, pharmacy errors may still…
Who Is at Fault for a Parking Lot Accident in Massachusetts?
Published in Car Accidents on September 14, 2022
As a driver in Massachusetts, you know that when traveling to any destination, allotting an extra block of time just for navigating the parking lot is a must. With pedestrians, other drivers, and even shopping carts making the quest for the perfect parking stop less than simple, it is crucial that drivers stay alert even…
8 Commonly Misdiagnosed Medical Conditions in Massachusetts
Published in Medical Malpractice on September 7, 2022
When a person is in need of medical care, they put their trust into the doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals who will perform the necessary procedures. Unfortunately, even though medical professionals undergo extensive training, mistakes can still occur. One of the most common forms of medical negligence in Massachusetts is the misdiagnosis of medical…
11 Types of Injuries You May Sustain in a Rollover Accident
Published in Car Accidents on August 25, 2022
While all motor vehicle accidents can be damaging, the injuries and losses suffered after a traumatic rollover accident can be catastrophic. If you have been involved in a rollover accident, there are several types of injuries you may have sustained as a result of the at-fault party’s negligence. If you have been injured in a…
How to File a Claim for an Injury You Suffered While on Vacation on Cape Cod
Published in Personal Injury on August 18, 2022
Taking a vacation is meant to be a period of much needed relaxation. However, all too often vacations can become disastrous when an accident occurs and someone becomes injured. If you were injured while on vacation in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, it is crucial you understand your rights and how you can file a claim. At…
What’s the Difference Between Negligence and Gross Negligence Under Massachusetts Law?
Published in Personal Injury on August 11, 2022
If you have been involved in an accident caused by another party’s actions, you know how important it is to be able to prove negligence in your personal injury claim. When working with your personal injury lawyer to prove that the other party’s negligence led to your losses, you must understand the difference between negligence…
Who Is Liable in a Bicycle vs. Car Accident?
Published in Bicycle Accidents, Car Accidents on August 4, 2022
If you were out for a ride on your bicycle when you were struck by a car, you may be left with severe, possibly life-threatening injuries. After being injured in a bicycle accident, you may be feeling helpless as you adjust to the reality of what has occurred and assess your potential losses. You have…
Is Summer the Most Dangerous Season to Drive in Massachusetts?
Published in Car Accidents on July 15, 2022
When most drivers consider what the most dangerous season is for driving, they often assume that it is winter. While winter can prove to be risky with icy roads and snow fall blocking a driver’s line of vision, it may come as a shock that the most dangerous season for driving in Massachusetts is summer….
Staying Safe at Crowded Summer Concerts and Events in Boston
Published in Personal Injury on July 8, 2022
With summer comes the possibility of getting to see your favorite bands play live at a concert in Boston. While concerts can be an exhilarating and exciting experience for attendees, there is also a lot of opportunity for accidents to occur. If you have plans to see a summer concert in Boston, it is important…
Everything You Need to Know About the Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Lawsuits
Published in Class Action on July 1, 2022
At Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, more than one million military troops and their families were exposed to tainted water between 1953 and 1987. The development of severe illness has been linked to exposure to the contaminants in this water. The Senate is currently reviewing the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. This Act…