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4 Steps to Take After a Construction Accident in Massachusetts

Published in Construction Accidents on June 29, 2022

Being injured at work can be extremely stressful and frightening. It can prevent you from earning a living for yourself and your family and leave you with exceedingly high medical expenses. Even though construction is a risky profession, construction workers are still protected if they are injured on the job. Construction injuries are typically covered…

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When Should I Call a Medical Malpractice Lawyer in Massachusetts?

Published in Medical Malpractice on June 15, 2022

Medical professionals can make mistakes while treating you. While doctors and nurses cannot guarantee that you will recover, they are responsible for giving you the best possible treatment. If proper care is not taken, patients can suffer from preventable medical errors, resulting in significant injuries, substantial complications, and even death. After recognizing these signs, you…

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What Type of Evidence Should I Gather for a Slip and Fall Claim?

Published in Slip and Fall Accidents on June 1, 2022

Personal injuries caused by a property owner’s inability to maintain their premises properly are known as slip and fall injuries. You may be entitled to compensation when you are seriously injured in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property. However, you will need to present evidence to show that the property owner was…

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How to Determine Liability After an Accident With a Delivery Driver

Published in Car Accidents on May 15, 2022

With most Boston residents opting to shop online throughout the year instead of in-store, delivery trucks are commonplace in every neighborhood. Most delivery truck drivers are in a hurry to make delivery deadlines and may be working long hours in order to fulfill their deliveries in a timely manner. Because of this, drivers may be…

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Can I Sue Amazon if a Delivery Driver Hit My Car?

Published in Car Accidents on May 8, 2022

Amazon vehicles are a common sight in neighborhoods and roadways, delivering packages to businesses and residential homes. Drivers are typically in a hurry and under immense pressure to deliver by a specific window of time. They may also be subject to longer work hours that impact their driving abilities. There are many factors that can…

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How Much Can You Expect From an Uber or Lyft Accident Settlement?

Published in Rideshare Accidents on April 21, 2022

Uber and Lyft have substantially changed the way we view transportation. With millions of Americans using rideshare apps to get around the city, it’s easy to see the benefits and ease of opting to rely on this method of transportation. However, with the popularity of rideshare skyrocketing, accidents are much more likely to occur involving…

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5 Steps to Take After an Uber or Lyft Accident in Massachusetts

Published in Rideshare Accidents on April 14, 2022

Uber and Lyft have transformed the way we view transportation. It is more accessible, affordable, and convenient to request a ride than relying on other methods of transportation. However, passengers who opt to use Uber and Lyft often forget that they are trusting everyday people, not professionals, to catch a ride. There is no guarantee…

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Can You Sue an Uber or Lyft Driver if You’re Injured in an Accident?

Published in Rideshare Accidents on April 7, 2022

Many residents of Boston, Massachusetts, enjoy the convenience of rideshare apps when going out for an evening or catching a ride to the airport. Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft have seen a massive increase in popularity in recent years, completely changing how people get around town. Unfortunately, accidents become more likely with more rideshare…

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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…

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Defective Combat Earplugs Lawsuits

Published in Product Liability on January 27, 2022

Product liability lawsuits are continuing to be filed against 3M Corp. These lawsuits allege that the 3M Combat Arms Earplugs were defective. The tenth bellwether case is being heard now.  Plaintiffs allege that a design defect in the 3M dual-sided earplugs cause hearing loss, tinnitus, and other harm. An alleged faulty seal allowed loud noise…

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