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Comparative Negligence in Personal Injury Claims in Massachusetts

Published in Personal Injury on December 22, 2015

When you get into an accident in any state, investigators will explore the issue of fault and negligence. In Massachusetts, fault is determined under a modified comparative negligence law. Understanding how comparative negligence works is often the key to ensuring our Boston personal injury lawyer’s clients obtain the best possible compensation after an injury claim….

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The Five Worst Accidents in Boston History

Published in Personal Injury on December 4, 2015

Boston is a city with a rich history that dates back to beyond the American Revolution. With a timeline like that, it’s no surprise that the capital has had its fair share of disasters. From train wrecks and plane crashes to some odd catastrophes in between, the city has seen its fair share of accidents…

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Tackling the Issue of Concussions in Youth Football

Published in Personal Injury on October 27, 2015

According to a survey conducted by Bloomberg politics, football has long overtaken baseball as America’s favorite pastime However, in recent years, controversy surrounding the NFL’s attitude towards concussions has parents wondering if their children should be engaging in such a dangerous activity. Especially since in 2013, the NFL offered $765 million in settlements to NFL…

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Premises Liability at the Ball Park in Boston

Published in Personal Injury on September 16, 2015

Last year, a woman fell two stories down an elevator shaft at Fenway Ball Park, suffering numerous injuries when she brushed up against an elevator door that unexpectedly slid open. Earlier this year, a woman was sent to the hospital after being hit in the face with a broken bat that flew into the stands….

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No-Fault Car Insurance in Massachusetts

Published in Car Accidents, Personal Injury on August 11, 2015

Massachusetts is a No-Fault State Some states, like Massachusetts, use a no-fault car insurance system. Under this system, anyone who gets into a car accident must file a claim with his or her own insurance provider to pay for medical expenses, property damage, and other fees. In many cases, this also prevents drivers from taking…

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What Is “Res Ipsa Loquitur” and How Does It Affect Personal Injury Claims?

Published in Personal Injury on August 11, 2015

Res ipsa loquitur is Latin for “the thing speaks for itself.” The concept is commonly used in personal injury claims as a rule for the presentation of evidence, and in applicable cases, is often the only requirement needed to prove a defendant’s negligence. When Is Res Ipsa Loquitur Used? In a typical personal injury case,…

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