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Blog Posts in March, 2013

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  • USPS Unable to Dismiss Negligence Suit Against It for Motor Vehicle Accident
    USPS Unable to Dismiss Negligence Suit Against It for Motor Vehicle Accident

    In Quinones v. United States Postal Service , et al . (January 17, 2013), the U.S. District Court found that: Where 1. a plaintiff was passing a stopped U.S. Postal Service truck on the left and 2. ...

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  • New Developments in Auto Insurance Law
    New Developments in Auto Insurance Law

    Recent decisions have evolved the handling of auto insurance liability cases in Massachusetts. These decisions include: Expansion of PIP insurer liability to pay the legal fees of PIP claimants In ...

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  • Tragic Accident on 93
    Tragic Accident on 93

    On February 7th of this year, a young woman was in a fatal car crash on I-93 in Methuen. 23 year old Nicole Deluca was thrown from the vehicle and died at the scene. A 7 year old boy, also a passenger ...

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  • Diabetic Patron Proves Diabetes Not Cause of Fall
    Diabetic Patron Proves Diabetes Not Cause of Fall

    A woman attending a day spa in Cape Cod slipped and fell on their stairs, resulting in a compound fracture to her left femur. The day spa argued that the patron, a diabetic, was hypoglycemic at the ...

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  • Worker's Comp Claim Includes PTSD
    Worker's Comp Claim Includes PTSD

    Last year, an unnamed 42-year old worker, who was employed at an industrial site, was injured during an accident at the worksite. As a result of the accident, not only was the worker subject to neck ...

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  • Appellate Court Limits 93A Claims Against Insurers
    Appellate Court Limits 93A Claims Against Insurers

    An important Massachusetts Appeals Court decision came out recently, relative to insurance settlement practices in car accident cases. According to Massachusetts General Laws, c. 93A and c. 176D., ...

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