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Massachusetts Work Related Injuries

Massachusetts workers who are injured on the job often do not know where to turn if the insurer rejects their claim. There were nearly 70,000 workplace related injuries and illnesses in Massachusetts last year according to a report that was compiled with help from several agencies including Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development’s office. What happens after an accident or reported injury Employees have an obligation to report workplace injuries and illnesses to their

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Swimming Pool Accidents In Massachusetts

In Massachusetts the owner of a private pool, either as an individual, corporation or perhaps part of a club or association, or the manager of a semi-public or a pool open to the public, are responsible for knowing the regulations and laws regarding pool safety. Massachusetts code states that residential pool owners must have a barrier covering their pool when not in use, and the pool should have self-closing gates. Massachusetts has its own rules

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Personal Injury Protection (PIP) in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, when you’re injured in an auto accident, your insurance policy’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage should pay your medical bills and other expenses, but those aren’t the only benefits you’re entitled to recover. If you sustain an injury, an experienced personal injury attorney can also negotiate a settlement for damages due to your pain, suffering, any permanent disabilities, and lost wages. Knowing your rights under the law from the outset of your accident

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Massachusetts Law and the Bicyclist

Every year there are thousands of bicycle accidents in Massachusetts and many involve serious personal injury. Bicycle riding has become a mainstream form of transportation and as more and more people take their cycling to the busy streets of Massachusetts more accidents are bound to occur. For overall safety, it is important to understand the law as it pertains to bicycling in Massachusetts. With the exception of highways where signs prohibit bike riding, you are

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Personal Injury Caused By A Dog Attack

Massachusetts laws state that if an animal causes bodily injury or injury to property, the owner, or guardian of the owner, should they be a minor, is deemed responsible. The exception to the rule states that if the attacked occurred in response to the victim taunting, teasing, or abusing the animal, or while the victim was unlawfully trying to enter the animal owner’s property, than the owner may not be held accountable for the animal’s

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Proving Fault in Personal Injury Cases: The Complexities of Comparative Negligence

Proving fault in Massachusetts personal injury cases, such as a car accident, can be complex. Almost any type of accident can potentially have multiple people involved who may or may not be to blame. Trying to find who those people are and what their role was in the accident may also be a major challenge. Regardless, with some investigative work, there may be helpful evidence available.  Therefore, it is important to contact an experienced personal

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Slip, Trips, Falls: What is Premises liability?

If you’ve slipped, tripped, fallen or been injured in any way while on someone else’s property, you should know about your legal rights. You may be able to pursue a premises liability case against the owner or other parties. What is premises liability? Massachusetts statutes require property owners to use  “a reasonable standard of care” when it comes to protecting lawful visitors from injury on their premises. Failure to do so may render the owner

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Premises Liability and Massachusetts Law

Premises Liability deals with the proper maintenance of public and private property. Examples of those affected by premises liability can include landlords, restaurant owners, and store owners. Under Massachusetts law, owners and managers are required to maintain and secure their property to avoid unsafe or hazardous conditions that could cause residents or guests harm. During the winter months, premises accidents increase due to inadequate maintenance and removal of snow and ice. Slip and fall accidents

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Negligent Entrustment in Massachusetts: What You Need to Know When Someone Else Drives Your Automobile

You may be the safest driver you know. Perhaps you always drive the speed limit, never drive after even one drink or after taking certain medication, and always obey the laws. However, when it comes to car accidents and negligence you can be held liable even if someone else was driving your car. There are different instances where even if you were not the driver you may be at fault if there is an accident.

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Massachusetts Auto Accidents Insurance Claim Process

There are laws in Massachusetts that can help you during the auto accidents insurance claim process, which add certain protections to accident claims with injuries – if handled properly.  These are in addition to the standard procedures used by an insurance company in dealing with your accident.  Consulting an attorney can often help you avoid the many pitfalls which can arise during the auto accident claims process. Investigation In auto accidents, there are usually two

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