Self-Driving Car Accident: Who Is Responsible?
Published in Car Accidents on November 22, 2023
The newer the vehicle, the more likely it is to have a self-driving option. This resource can be great for those making long road trips, and it allows the driver to divert their attention elsewhere for a minute. Self-driving cars vary in their abilities, but even the most complex of technologies still require human interference….
How a Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help if You Were Injured in an Airport Accident
Published in Personal Injury on November 17, 2023
Airports are bustling hubs of activity, connecting people and places from all corners of the world. While they are often safe and efficient, airports are not immune to accidents. Slips, trips, falls, and other accidents can occur for many reasons, from debris in the concourse to escalator malfunctions. If you have suffered injuries in an…
Everything You Need to Know About Product Liability Claims
Published in Product Liability on October 31, 2023
Individuals in Massachusetts rely on countless products and devices to make their lives easier. From everyday household appliances to safety technology in motor vehicles, we trust that these products are safe and will perform as advertised. When a product fails to meet our expectations and causes injury, seeking justice can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, an experienced…
Pedestrian Accident in Massachusetts: Know Your Rights
Published in Pedestrian Safety on October 25, 2023
Whether you are on the sidewalk or crossing the street at a crosswalk, when a driver is negligent, you may get hit and suffer serious injuries. If you were injured in a pedestrian accident, you have the right to pursue justice by filing a personal injury claim. When filing your personal injury claim, it is…
Who Is Liable for a Wrongful Death in the Workplace?
Published in Personal Injury on October 24, 2023
There are certain jobs where accidents are unfortunately more likely than others. Logging, construction, and law enforcement workers are just a few examples where accidents can occur and result in wrongful death. In these environments, the employer has the duty to provide adequate training, tools, and resources to keep everyone reasonably safe and at minimal…
Your Legal Options if You Suffered Injuries Due to Shimano Bicycle Crankset Failure
Published in Bicycle Accidents, Product Liability on October 11, 2023
Whether you are a bike enthusiast or you just enjoy a nice bike ride on the weekends, you put your trust in the bicycle manufacturers you choose to purchase from. Bicycle manufacturers owe cyclists a duty of care to produce a reasonably safe product that will keep them from harm when they ride to and…
Negligent Referral: What You Need to Know
Published in Medical Malpractice on October 10, 2023
When you see a medical professional while needing specialized care, your doctor may refer you to someone who can better handle your care. These specialists that you may be referred to have the education, training, and experience to deal with specific health concerns and can provide the best level of care. However, some doctors dismiss…
Your Guide to Uber and Lyft Car Accident Insurance
Published in Rideshare Accidents on September 15, 2023
Ordering an Uber or Lyft to get from one destination to another is extremely commonplace today. Whether you need a ride home after a couple of drinks or are just looking for a lift to the airport, having someone come and pick you up can be extraordinarily convenient and safe. However, as with any mode…
Can You Sue the Hospital for Patient Abuse?
Published in Medical Malpractice on September 1, 2023
Patient abuse can take many forms, ranging from physical negligence to emotional harm, medical malpractice, and even patient rights violations. Unfortunately, elderly patients are the most vulnerable to these injustices. While most healthcare professionals are dedicated to their patients’ well-being, abuse occurs all too often. If you or someone you love was injured at the…
Who Is Responsible for Groundwater Contamination?
Published in Personal Injury on August 15, 2023
Communities rely heavily on groundwater for drinking, agriculture, and industrial activities. Because of its widespread use, contaminated groundwater poses significant health and safety risks. While Massachusetts is known for its lush natural landscapes, it is also home to several industries that release environmental pollutants. If you have fallen ill due to contaminated groundwater, you may…