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Blog Posts in April, 2013

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  • $1.5 Million Settlement For Fire Victim
    $1.5 Million Settlement For Fire Victim

    On October 10, 2010, a fire broke out in an apartment complex in a commercial building. The source of the fire was in one of the tenant's apartments, where it was later learned that the tenant ...

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  • Thank You to the Boston-Area Police Departments & the National Guard
    Thank You to the Boston-Area Police Departments & the National Guard

    Thank you to everyone who helped in Boston on Friday during the manhunt for the Boston bomber. So many heroes that day, and we are very grateful.

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  • DIA Ruling Allows for Psychiatric Loss Damages
    DIA Ruling Allows for Psychiatric Loss Damages

    A new Department of Industrial Accidents ruling prevents insurers from taking advantage of their own failure to bring up an argument during the hearing. After an appeal from the original ruling, which ...

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  • Patient Injured After Attempting Suicide With Hospital Robe
    Patient Injured After Attempting Suicide With Hospital Robe

    A 45 year old woman suffering from mental illness and drug addiction nearly died after attempting suicide with the belt of her hospital terry robe. The woman had checked herself into the hospital ...

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  • 18 Year Old College Freshman Dies in Drunk Driving Incident
    18 Year Old College Freshman Dies in Drunk Driving Incident

    Monica DeMello, an 18 year old Freshman at Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts, was killed in a motor vehicle accident on Saturday, March 30th. The other driver, Kathleen Allen, 23, was driving a ...

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  • ER Nurse Receives 8 Years Wages in Worker's Comp Claim
    ER Nurse Receives 8 Years Wages in Worker's Comp Claim

    Plaintiff, an ER nurse, worked for a hospital for six years. During that time, she slipped and fell four times. The employer made note of each incident. The ER nurse received treatment for these ...

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