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Blog Posts in January, 2013

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  • Important Decision on Worker's Compensation Law
    Important Decision on Worker's Compensation Law

    An important decision came down recently in regards to worker's compensation law came down recently. An employee was injured two days after returning to work following an 18-month absence due to an ...

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  • $3.5 Million Settlement For Man With Brain Injury
    $3.5 Million Settlement For Man With Brain Injury

    Surgeries are not without their risks. Unfortunately, sometimes unforseen risks occur that have terrible consequences for all involved. For example, a 62 year old man underwent a carotid ...

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  • Motorcyclist Killed In Collision With Oncoming Truck
    Motorcyclist Killed In Collision With Oncoming Truck

    On May 21, 2010, a healthy 59 year old man was in an accident while riding his motorcycle. A truck driver heading in the opposite direction, saw the motorcyclist but believed he had plenty of time to ...

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  • Beloved Malden Teen Killed in Motor Vehicle Accident
    Beloved Malden Teen Killed in Motor Vehicle Accident

    Malden mourns the loss of a local teen and former basketball star. The 18 year old graduate of Malden High School was walking to work in Newton, MA on January 3 when he was struck and killed by an ...

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  • US District Court Rules that Rear End Collisions are Not Per Se Negligence
    US District Court Rules that Rear End Collisions are Not Per Se Negligence

    An interesting Federal District Court decision in Massachusetts found that while evidence of the defendant rear ending the car stopped behind the plaintiff could show negligence, it was insufficient ...

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  • Woman Strangled to Death in MBTA Accident
    Woman Strangled to Death in MBTA Accident

    Helen Jackson, a Boston area woman, was strangled to death in an MBTA subway station. Jackson was at the State Street subway station in Boston when her clothing became caught in an escalator. Unable ...

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