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Blog Posts in February, 2014

How Spontaneous Declaration Hearsay Comes in in Personal Injury Cases

Yes, testimony was excluded on the basis of hearsay due to its inadmissibility, but there are several exceptions. Today we will talk about the spontaneous declarations exception and how it may be ...
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Asking Hypothetical Questions in Personal Injury Trials

Any personal injury litigation trial attorney who goes to court regularly can tell you that attorneys, particularly newer attorneys, like to ask witnesses hypothetical questions. There is a valid ...
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What Makes an Expert Witness in a Personal Injury Case?

As you might have guessed, expert testimony is generally given more credibility and weight by the finder of fact a Massachusetts personal injury case, or any other case for that matter, whether the ...
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The Next Major Car Accident Avoidance Innovation

Technology is cool and technology in cars is even cooler. Our personal injury lawyers at Mass Injury Firm, P.C. see so many awful injuries that we are always on the lookout for new emerging safety ...
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What's a Non-Expert's Opinion Worth in a Personal Injury Case?

Clearly, you don't have to be an expert to testify court. All you need to Understand this is a fundamental understanding of our court system. Witnesses of all sorts testified of various things. ...
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When is an Opinion Relevant in a Personal Injury Case?

For trial attorneys and personal injury lawyers like me, there is really no question about it: witnesses love to give their opinions. Well, maybe I should say, people like to get their opinions. And, ...
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Can I Recover for Personal Injuries from Falling on Snow or Ice?

With all the snow and ice we've gotten this winter, it's more clear than ever that ice and snow create a dangerous environment. For those of us who have grown up in Massachusetts, we are ...
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How Underinsurance Can Save Your Personal Injury Case

It's called Part 12 coverage and it's invaluable in a car accident negligence case that's resulted in an injured party. Part 12 coverage is also known as "under-insurance" or, ...
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Is Compulsory Coverage Enough for Massachusetts Personal Injury?

Car accidents can be devastating, medically, emotionally, and financially, particularly when they result in personal injury. We have all dealt with the process of buying car insurance and, for the ...
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Does My Insurance Cover my Massachusetts Car Accident Damages?

If you've been in a car accident in Massachusetts resulting in a personal injury, you could probably use some explanation by an experienced lawyer as to whether and how your car insurance is ...
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