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Massachusetts Personal Injury Law – Do You Have A Case?

If you’ve ever been in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you’ve likely considered a personal injury lawsuit. Judging by all the attorney commercials out there, you would think it’s relatively easy to sue someone. However, there are several important factors, which can make or break a personal injury claim. Personal injury laws vary widely from state to state, and knowing the basics of Massachusetts laws will help you understand your case. How Do I

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Construction Site Injuries in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, the  Department of Industrial Accidents oversees workers’ compensation claims from Construction Accidents. OSHA, the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational, Health and Safety Administration, has Safety and Health Regulations for Construction that specifically cover construction site safety. Likewise, Massachusetts Code Law contains construction site safety codes in certain sections of the Code of Massachusetts Regulations, in the State Building Code and State Sanitary Code.  In Massachusetts, safety statutes, regulations and contractual terms usually dictate

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Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Massachusetts

Losing a family member is painful and when your family loses a family member because of the action or inaction of another person, the loss is compounded with anger.  In addition to losing your loved one, you are facing a life without their companionship and in addition, very real monetary losses. There is no doubt that no amount of money will ever mitigate the loss but the fact remains, you have the legal right in

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Massachusetts Law Regarding Dog Bites

Dog bites and other injuries caused by a dog, are terrifying when they happen. They are painful and may become a major medical problem for the person bitten, or knocked over by a dog. If the bite or injury is serious enough, it may require stitches or a cast. Infection is also a problem in this case. Massachusetts law, Part I, Title XX, Chapter 140, Section 155 is specifically written to deal with this personal

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Massachusetts Law and the Role of Insurance Adjusters

With over 110,000 auto crashes a year in the state of Massachusetts, it is a sad likelihood that you or a loved one could be severely injured in an auto accident at some point. This can be a very disturbing event, and potentially a very debilitating one. Both emotional and physical effects from an accident can significantly affect your daily life. You have prepared for this contingency by purchasing auto insurance. In the event of

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Back and Neck Injuries in Auto Accidents

If you’ve been involved in an auto accident, don’t ignore the minor aches and pains. You may think you’re not seriously injured and that its too much trouble to go to the doctor to check out such a minor issue. The fact of the matter is many types of back and neck injuries can take weeks and even months to surface and that minor ache often turns in to something much more serious. Here are

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Snow and Ice. Slip and Fall.

Winter in Massachusetts is a time of snow, ice and even hail. Property owners need to be aware of the potential liability they face if they fail to adequately address snow and ice, which can cause slip and fall injuries.  In 2010, the MA Supreme Court decided that the same obligation that a property owner owes to lawful visitors as to all other hazards will apply to hazards arising from snow and ice.  The property

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Massachusetts law: Can I make a claim if I am partially at fault?

Massachusetts law uses a rule called comparative fault when determining financial damages in a personal injury case. In effect, a determination will be made regarding what percentage of fault is assigned to the victim of an injury as well as the fault assigned to the person believed to be at fault for the injury. Practical application of comparative fault For most people, it is a challenge to understand comparative fault. Therefore it is typically helpful

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Premises Liability and Understanding Property Owners’ Legal Duty to Prevent Injury

Property Owners’ Legal Duty to Prevent Injury When someone owns property that person has what’s called a legal duty to prevent injury. In many instances it’s referred to simply as liability. What that means is a property owner, whether it’s a homeowner or a business owner, is expected to take reasonable precautions to make sure people on his or her property do not incur an accident or get injured in ways that could have been

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Massachusetts Motorcycle Accidents – What Cyclists Need To Know

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, it is imperative to find a lawyer that has experience in handling this particular type of case.  Juries and insurance companies can often be unfair in motorcycle accident cases. As it is all across the U.S., motorcyclists in Massachusetts suffer from a disproportionate number of accidents and injuries, despite following almost all of the same road regulations as other drivers. Per mile traveled, motorcyclists have a

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