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4 Reasons Why a Personal Injury Lawyer Will Not Take Your Case

Published in Personal Injury on November 18, 2021

If you have been injured in an accident that you believe resulted from someone else’s negligence, you may be able to recover compensation for your medical bills and other such losses. You can pursue said compensation by filing a personal injury insurance claim or lawsuit. It is highly advisable to schedule a free consultation with…

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I’ve Been Hurt in a Motorcycle Accident in Boston, MA – Do I Need a Lawyer?

Published in Motorcycle Accidents on November 4, 2021

Motorcycles provide riders with a thrill that other passenger vehicles lack. However, motorcycles do not feature many of the standard safety systems of cars and trucks. Because of this, motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to the surrounding environment. Motorcycle collisions are especially destructive and chaotic.  Even minor crashes can result in catastrophic injuries and long-term consequences….

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Who is a Third Party in a Personal Injury Claim?

Published in Personal Injury on October 6, 2021

Filing a third-party claim may involve filing insurance claims with another party’s insurance provider. Third-party claims may also be relevant in workplace accident claims. Filing a Claim with an Insurance Company After an Accident After a car accident, slip and fall accident, or another type of personal injury, you may file a claim with the…

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What is a Tort Claim?

Published in Personal Injury on September 5, 2021

A tort is an act or omission that injures another. Torts give a victim the right to file an injury claim against their tortfeasor (the person who committed the tort and caused their injury). Most tort claims are based on negligence. However, these claims can also arise from intentional torts, such as battery and assault,…

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What You Need To Know About Filing Auto Accident Claims in a No-Fault State Like Massachusetts

Published in Car Accidents, No Fault on August 26, 2021

Massachusetts is one of twelve states with mandatory no-fault automobile insurance. Three other states allow insurance companies to offer no-fault automobile insurance as an option. In these states, after an accident, you will file an injury claim with your insurance company rather than the insurer for the at-fault driver. Your insurance company will not investigate…

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7 Common Motorcycle Crashes and How To Avoid Them

Published in Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury on August 24, 2021

You must exercise extreme caution when riding a motorcycle. Although virtually all types of motor vehicle accidents have the potential to cause serious harm, motorcycle accidents can be particularly devastating.  On a motorcycle, you aren’t protected by the steel frame of a car or truck. This is just one of the reasons motorcyclists are 27…

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10 Strategies for Writing a Settlement Demand Letter

Published in Personal Injury on July 17, 2021

Massachusetts uses a no-fault insurance system. This means that your claim for damages after a car accident will probably begin with your own insurance company—regardless of who caused the accident. If your medical expenses exceed a certain legal threshold, you can pursue a claim against the driver who caused the accident. Massachusetts requires all vehicle…

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What Is Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) in a Premature Baby?

Published in Birth Injuries on July 7, 2021

A premature baby faces many challenges, including infections, underdeveloped lungs, and other complications. Each can put the baby at risk for death or permanent impairments. Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is one of the serious illnesses that premature babies may develop. NEC occurs when the tissue in the colon (large intestine) becomes inflamed. The inflammation can destroy…

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Understanding Massachusetts’ Minimum Coverage Law

Published in Car Accidents on July 2, 2021

Massachusetts law requires its drivers to have certain levels of automobile insurance. Drivers must purchase and maintain minimum coverage in the amount of: Bodily Injury to Others — $20,000 per accident victim and $40,000 per accident Personal Injury Protection — $8,000 per accident victim Bodily Injury Caused by an Uninsured Driver — $20,000 per accident…

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Has My Vehicle Suffered Diminished Value After My Crash in Boston, MA?

Published in Car Accidents on June 15, 2021

When another party hits your car, your vehicle could sustain substantial damage. Massachusetts requires all drivers to carry a minimum of $5,000 in property damage liability insurance. That means that the at-fault party’s insurance company pays up to $5,000 to repair or replace your vehicle. Unfortunately, $5,000 is not very much money for repairs or…

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