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  • Can I Get Workers' Compensation for a Mental Illness?
    Can I Get Workers' Compensation for a Mental Illness?

    Many people in Massachusetts are working under extremely stressful conditions and in some cases, they may have developed a mental illness in response to their working environment. If you are living ...

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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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  • Tree Trimmer Sustains Traumatic Injuries After Falling 30-40 Feet
    Tree Trimmer Sustains Traumatic Injuries After Falling 30-40 Feet

    On October 2nd, 2013 workers for a local tree trimming company were removing trees at a Cohasset residence located at 136 Border Street when one of the tree trimmers' safety harnesses apparently ...

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  • Judge Must Rule on Insurer's Motion Before Making Hearing Decision
    Judge Must Rule on Insurer's Motion Before Making Hearing Decision

    In a recent ruling, the Massachusetts appellate court recommitted a DIA worker's compensation case where the insurer's motion was not ruled on prior to ruling. In In Re: Fleischmann, Kenneth , the ...

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  • General Contractor Injured in On-Site Fall
    General Contractor Injured in On-Site Fall

    The plaintiff, a 50 year old general contractor, was employed on a construction site. He was asked to clear snow off the scaffolding. As he was clearing, he fell through one of the boards and caught ...

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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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