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Taking Legal Action Against a University After Assault in Boston

Published in Campus Safety on August 28, 2015

Reading Time: 3 minutes Many students on university campuses around the world have to take a proactive stance against assault, and sometimes even the best laid plans go awry. If you have been assaulted on a university campus, you may feel betrayed by the school or unsafe on its campus. Depending on the circumstances of assault, a victim may…

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Safety Tips for Driving and Walking in Boston

Published in Car Accidents, Pedestrian Safety on August 11, 2015

Reading Time: 3 minutes Boston is an active city that is pedestrian friendly, full of recreational activities, and a commercial hub. Whether you live, play, or work here, knowing how to travel safely is one of the best ways you can protect yourself from accidental injury. Every city has its quirks and must-know things about traveling, so here are…

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No-Fault Car Insurance in Massachusetts

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

Reading Time: 3 minutes 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

Reading Time: 3 minutes 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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