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Blog Posts in 2015

What is Gross Negligence in Massachusetts?

if you been involved in a personal injury case, you might find yourself, for the first time, researching the elements of negligence. Not really fully understanding the definition of negligence, many ...
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Can I Sue a Car I Hit Because it Stopped Short?

Anyone who's been in a rear-end car accident has heard it, particularly if there have been injuries: The car that hits from behind is the one considered at fault. I myself thought that was the ...
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What if I Feel my Personal Injury Case is Worth More?

I'll be honest. One of the most disheartening parts of being a personal injury lawyer in Boston is having to debate my own client as to the value of his or her own case. I'm the one who's ...
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Preventing Injury: Duty of Care of a Common Carrier, like a Train, Bus, Plane, or Taxi?

We deal with the issues of injuries and related negligence in almost every case. That is, we consult with prospective clients; review the facts of our existing cases; and argue our points, all based ...
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Texting and Walking = Injury or Death

As a general rule of life, we are all in a hurry. There never seems to be enough time to get everything done that we need to get done in a day. Enter multitasking--the most common solution is doing ...
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Massachusetts Personal Injury Opening Statements Dos and Don'ts

There are certain things that happen in a Massachusetts case that, when they do occur, their mere occurrence raises concern for lawyers like me. In fact, any indication that the case it is about to go ...
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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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Child Injury from a Shopping Cart? It Happens 66 Times Every Day!

If you are reading this, it's unfortunately likely because your child has fallen from a shopping cart resulting in an injury of some sort. The statistics say that if that's the case, the ...
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What do we have to Prove if Negligence is Obvious in a Personal Injury case?

Litigation actions for personal injury cases are brought as actions in tort. Generally, litigation occurs when the negotiation of a personal injury insurance claim fails. It may also occur when the ...
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Are Business Records Admissible in my Massachusetts Personal Injury Case?

While Massachusetts evidentiary rules apply to all Massachusetts state court cases, as a Boston personal injury lawyer, I always think of the implication of our evidentiary standards as they apply to ...
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Speeding in motor vehicle accidents and severe injuries

How does speeding contribute to motor vehicle accidents and more severe injuries? Speed limits are set in an attempt to limit the speed of traffic, with the intent to improve traffic safety and reduce ...
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School Zone & Bus Accidents

Don't be that guy: t he distracted or careless guy that somehow misses the flashing yellow lights indicating he has entered a school zone and has to slow way down. Or worse: the guy who, instead ...
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Cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is a non-progressive, non-contagious disorder of body movement, muscle tone or posture that causes physical disability. Cerebral palsy causes impaired movement: exaggerated reflexes, ...
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Objections and Motions to Strike in Massachusetts Personal Injury Cases

If you are a fan of television courtroom dramas, then you've likely observed the evidentiary objection process time and time again. If you are not a lawyer, you probably have not put much thought ...
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Bananas over Conflicts of Law, Multi jurisdictional Statutes of Limitations

We have discussed, in other blog posts, the importance of filing an action before the applicable statute of limitations runs out. Today, we discuss a different twist. What if you are injured in ...
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