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June 15, 2022

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Helmet Laws in Massachusetts: An Overview

With the summer months fast approaching, you’ll see more Bay Staters hitting the roads and trails to enjoy their hobbies wearing a variety of sturdy and colorful helmets. Modern helmets have evolved to include high-tech materials, but their basic structure is largely the same. Across sports and activities, most helmets feature a layer of foam […]

November 18, 2021

Legal Malpractice

What are the Common Defenses to Legal Malpractice Cases?

Legal malpractice cases are highly fact intensive. No two cases are alike. There are, however, some common defenses to these sorts of cases. Attorney Client Relationship This often comes up in the situation where your former lawyer represented multiple individuals and/or businesses. The lawyer might defend your case by arguing that he or she did […]

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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. […]

July 29, 2010

Law & Society

Top Ten Complaints by Consumers

A list of the top ten consumer complaints for 2009 was just released a few days ago by the Consumer Federation of America, the National Association of Consumer Agency Administrators, and the North American Consumer Protection Investigators. The three major consumer groups jointly conducted a survey of several state, county, and city consumer agencies from […]

July 26, 2010

Law & Society

Massachusetts SJC Expands Liability for Snow and Ice Slip and Fall Cases

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) today eliminated the ancient distinction between “natural” and “unnatural” accumulations of ice and snow, making property owners liable for injuries caused by their negligent creation or failure to eliminate both kinds of winter hazards. Calling the distinction between natural and unnatural accumulations of ice and snow a “relic” derived […]

July 22, 2010

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Another Massachusetts Road Defect Injury — This Time a Bicycle Rider

The Foxboro Reporter reported today that a 62 year old bicycle rider was injured Sunday when he hit a pothole on Route 140 in Foxboro. John Polacek was wearing a helmet and riding properly with traffic when the pothole flipped his bicycle. Polacek landed on his head and suffered serious spinal injuries. He was airlifted […]

July 22, 2010

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

KJC Law Firm Wins Important Personal Injury Case in the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court announced today that injured people will be allowed to introduce the full charges on their medical bills as evidence of their damages at trial despite the Superior Court’s ruling otherwise. The case, Law v. Griffith, was argued by Kathy Jo Cook of KJC Law Firm LLC in Boston. Professor Timothy […]

July 19, 2010

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Massachusetts’ Motorcycle Accidents Highlight the Need for Safety

Aerosmith guitarist, 59-year-old Joe Perry, was hospitalized last week after his motorcycle was hit from behind while he was traveling in Middleboro. Fortunately for Perry, he suffered only a back injury and some minor cuts and bruises. Edmund Lindberg, a 28-year-old Iraqi war veteran and Worcester County Jail Correctional officer whose motorcycle was struck days […]

July 16, 2010

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Short Deadline Precludes Claim for Massachusetts Motorcycle Accident Injuries

On July 15, 2010, the Massachusetts Appeals Court held in DiNitto v. Town of Pepperell that two motorcyclists who were injured when they failed to stop at a hidden stop sign could not recover from the town because they had failed to give the town the 30 day notice required by the Massachusetts highway defect […]

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