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Massachusetts Workers Comp Patients: Opioid Prescriptions Declining

New data shows that Massachusetts doctors aren't prescribing opioids to patients as often as they once did. Given the high...

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Crane Tips over, Injuring Worker in Medford

A Massachusetts worker was injured recently when a crane tipped over on the Medford-Everett line. This accident is yet another...

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Extending Mode of Operation Claim for Premises Liability Cases

A recent decision by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) may present a new challenge for business owners, especially those...

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Massachusetts DIA – What You Need to Know

If you are injured or become ill on the job in Massachusetts, the law says you are entitled to benefits...

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OSHA stand down

As Worker’s Compensation attorneys, we understand and support the need for workplace safety. The stronger the focus on maintaining a...

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Boston-Area Companies Must Pay $129,000 for Asbestos Violations

When people think about workers' comp, they often think of falling off ladders or accidents with machiner. While those cases...

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1 Million Americans Have Died in Car Accidents since 1990

Every day, about 90 people die in car crashes in the United States. Considering the advances in safety technology, you’d...

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5 Signs you should Call a Workers Compensation Attorney

Just because you are injured on the job doesn't mean your employer will happily start mailing you workers compensation checks....

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Workers Compensation in the On-Demand Economy

What will constitute a good job in the future? With the rise of the on-demand economy, the definition of employment...

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Rise in Deaths of Undocumented Construction Workers

Despite the population of unauthorized immigrants dropping in New York City in recent years, the city has experienced a significant increase in...

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