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Blog Posts in 2014

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  • Car Accidents & Comparative Negligence
    Car Accidents & Comparative Negligence

    In some accidents, it is fairly easy to determine who is at fault – say, when someone runs a red light or blows through a stop sign, for instance. Others, such as when both parties are injured, are ...

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  • Does Massachusetts Cap Medical Malpractice Damages?
    Does Massachusetts Cap Medical Malpractice Damages?

    If you have suffered personal injury due to medical malpractice, the emotional, physical, and financial pain can be immense. Based on the seriousness of your injuries, you may have been forced to miss ...

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  • Trucking Liability in Car Accidents
    Trucking Liability in Car Accidents

    What happens if a commercial driver working for a trucking company gets into an accident with a minivan? Who is liable for the damages? While the driver of the truck is liable for any damages, the ...

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  • Common Questions About Workplace Accidents
    Common Questions About Workplace Accidents

    Were you recently involved in a serious workplace accident? If so, you may have questions about what to do next. Attempting to navigate the process of filing a workers' compensation claim or pursuing ...

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  • What Damages Can I Collect in a Wrongful Death Claim?
    What Damages Can I Collect in a Wrongful Death Claim?

    In the state of Massachusetts, you would have the right to file a claim for damages if another person has negligently or recklessly contributed to the wrongful death of your loved one. More ...

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  • Proving Liability After a Car Accident in Quincy, MA
    Proving Liability After a Car Accident in Quincy, MA

    Were you hit by a negligent, reckless, careless or distracted driver in Quincy, MA? If so, you may be wondering what steps you can take to prove liability, and subsequently recover the level of ...

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