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November 28, 2022

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Legalese, Translated: Personal Injury Edition

If you’ve ever read through a contract or examined the fine print of a warranty, you know the letter of the law can be dense and confusing stuff. It becomes even more complicated once you become involved in actual legal proceedings. In light of this, we’ve put together our “Legalese, Translated” blog post series. Each […]

November 15, 2022

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Justice in the Bay State: An Overview of the Massachusetts Court System

Did you know that the Massachusetts court system is one of the oldest of its kind in the world? From its inception in 1692, its purpose has remained the same: to interpret and apply the rule of law while ensuring equal justice for all. If you’re involved in any kind of legal proceeding, even indirectly, […]

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October 30, 2010

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

A Seatbelt Saves a Life

On I-495 near the US Route 1 interchange in Plainville, a 1996 Toyota Avalon went off the road and crashed into a tree last Saturday, according to the Attleboro Sun Chronicle. The 18 year old driver was not wearing a seatbelt. She was airlifted to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, where she died. The 21 […]

October 9, 2010

Miscellaneous

Traffic Safety Lights Installed on the Logan Tarmac

Peering out the little oval window on the side of the aircraft as it taxied around Logan International Airport in Boston, I often wondered how pilots knew when to cross a taxiway, turn right or left, or move out onto the runway. I studied the markings on the ground, cryptic signs in the grass along […]

September 28, 2010

Law & Society

Will The New Texting While Driving Law Work?

On September 30, 2010, the new, highly publicised Massachusetts law banning texting while driving takes effect. The same law bans any cell phone use while driving for those under 18 except for certain emergency calls, generally 9-1-1 calls for police or medical assistance. Everyone agrees that texting while driving is dangerous. If you look at […]

September 9, 2010

Law & Society

Tom Brady Car Crash Injures Passenger

When Tom Brady’s car and Ludgero Rodrigues’ minivan crashed in Back Bay, Boston, yesterday, what most people wanted to know first is whether the New England Patriots’ star quarterback was injured. The answer was no, and we all breathed a sigh of relief. The outlook for the season was still good. Next, we all wanted […]

August 27, 2010

Law & Society

Two Fires, Three Hospitalized. Are You Ready?

Some 800 guests were forced to evacuate Boston’s Intercontinental Hotel this morning after a 2:00 a.m. electrical fire was reported in the electrical room of the hotel garage. According to the Boston Herald, guests were forced to stay outside of the hotel for hours, while workers shut down the power in the hotel to deal […]

August 24, 2010

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Lyme Disease is Dangerous, Often Misdiagnosed, and Spreading

The Boston Globe reported yesterday that cases of Lyme disease had dramatically increased in Metrowest communities like Framingham and Natick. Lyme disease cases have more than quadrupled in Middlesex, Norfolk, and Worcester Counties since 2000. In Middlesex County, the numbers went from 136 cases in 2000 to 767 cases in 2008. The cause appears to […]

August 17, 2010

Labor & Employment

Insidious Discrimination

When it comes to discrimination, people often talk in code. Rarely do we hear the classic hateful epithets for races, gender, or sexual orientation, at least not from employers when they are making decisions about employees. A few recent articles point out the subtle, or sometimes not so subtle, code words and phrases that have […]

August 11, 2010

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Summertime Can be Dangerous for Children

The Massachusetts Department of Children and Families and Department of Public Health want to remind you that summertime carries special dangers for children. In a press release, they highlight three areas: windows, water, and cars. In the summertime, we open our windows up, and children fall from open windows, sometimes to their death. A window […]

August 5, 2010

Consumer Protection

Fisher-Price Recalls Toy Due to Choking Hazard

The U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission announced today that Fisher-Price has initiated a voluntary recall of its Little People Play ‘n Go Campsite, a seven-piece plastic play toy which includes a figure called “Sonya Lee.” Only Sonya Lee figures that bend at the waist and bear the product number R6935 are part of the recall. […]

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