5 Most Common Causes of Boat Accidents in Massachusetts
Published in Personal Injury on December 15, 2022
Imagine heading out on the water with a few friends in a boat for the weekend. Maybe you all want a small party where you share drinks and snacks, and you’re excited to catch up with a few acquaintances you haven’t seen in a few months. Suddenly, the boat driver slumps over from too many…read more
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…read more
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…read more
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…read more
What Is CTE?
Published in Personal Injury on February 8, 2022
You probably know that repetitive head trauma is not good for the brain. But did you know that repeated concussions can lead to a degenerative brain disease? This condition is called chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and it is known to cause devastation to the veterans, athletes, and other people it affects. This post will cover…read more
Delayed Concussion Symptoms
Published in Personal Injury on January 20, 2022
You may experience a range of symptoms in the weeks and months after a traumatic brain injury. Delayed and persistent symptoms after a concussion are normal. After brain trauma, your brain changes as your injury worsens, then heals. Here are some reasons you may experience delayed concussion symptoms. How Concussions Happen Your brain sits inside…read more
Breaking Down Attorney-Client Privilege: What it Means and How it Can Affect Your Case in Boston
Published in Personal Injury on December 21, 2021
Most people have heard of attorney-client privilege. They are familiar with the term thanks to criminal court cases on television or in movies. You might have even heard the concept extend to other cases, such as those involving car accidents or slip and falls. However, attorney-client privilege is not that simple. You need to know…read more
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…read more
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…read more
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,…read more