Injury News

This Valentine’s Day, Show Your Family How Much You Care

Valentine’s Day should not just be a time to buy roses; it’s also a time to show your family how...

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Is Boston Slacking on Making Arrests for DUI?

According to a study recently released by ProjectKnow, Massachusetts has the fifth lowest rate of arrests for driving under the...

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What is Summary Judgment?: Understanding Rule 56

Settlement. Mediation. Arbitration. Trial. These are the outcomes we generally consider in civil litigation, but there are other possible positive...

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Time is Of the Essence: Filing Workers’ Compensation Cases in Massachusetts

Workers’ compensation benefits, like most insurance-based benefits, are not automatic. Even though you may have a right and entitlement to...

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Distracted Driving Awareness Month Shines Light on Personal Injuries

Several causes claim a particular month of the year in order to raise awareness. The month of April is recognized...

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New Headlight Law in Massachusetts: Are You in Compliance

On April 7, 2015, a new law requiring headlight usage during certain times became effective. The law, which you can...

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When Injuries Result in Death: Wrongful Death Litigation in Massachusetts

Having a love one harmed or catastrophically injured in any kind of accident can have long-term physical, emotional, and financial...

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Disabled? Know Your Rights in Massachusetts

If you are facing a debilitating injury that has affected your ability to work and provide for your family, you...

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Nasal Cell Transplants Offer Hope for Spinal Injury Victims

New research conducted on paralyzed dogs with a spinal cord injury found that these animals showed substantial improvement when stem...

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Bad Driving Record Ousts Top Massachusetts Highway Safety Official

Earlier this month, Sheila Burgess, the former head of Massachusetts Highway Safety was forced to resign her position after her...

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