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July 22, 2014

Have you been Diagnosed with Mesothelioma?

If you think you have a case of mesothelioma, the first thing you should do is receive immediate medical attention. With an experienced doctor on your side, you can determine once and for all if you have this form of cancer. While there may not be any cure for mesothelioma, there are steps you can take […]
July 18, 2014

Potential Causes of a Tractor Trailer Accident

Were you recently involved in an accident with a tractor trailer? If so, you must realize early on that you have rights. Not every truck accident leads to a personal injury lawsuit, but there are times when the victim has the right to file a claim as a means of receiving compensation for his or her […]
July 15, 2014

Dog Bite Victim? Here is what may be Covered

Despite the fact that most dogs are lovable, there are times when these animals can attack. While a dog bite does not always lead to a lawsuit, there are situations when this is the case. No matter where you live, there are laws in place to protect your rights and help you receive the compensation you […]
July 11, 2014

The Dangers of Drowsy Driving

An auto accident can happen for a number of reasons, with drowsy driving often time the culprit. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), a survey of nearly 100,000 people showed that 1 of 25 admitted to dozing off while driving. This corresponds with the estimate from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) that […]
July 8, 2014

Be Patient with a Personal Injury Case

Upon filing a personal injury case, it is safe to assume that you are looking forward to the day that everything comes to an end. However, it may be a long time until this happens. Did you know a personal injury case can last anywhere from a couple months to several years? At the very least, […]
July 1, 2014

What did you Miss in June 2014?

During the month of June, we posted a lot of new content. While many of our readers stayed current throughout the month, some may have fallen behind for one reason or another. Now is the best time to catch up on everything you missed. For those who are still in a rush, here are five of […]
June 27, 2014

Do you have a Workplace Sexual Harassment Case?

Sexual harassment in the workplace continues to be a major problem throughout the country, despite the fact that employers and coworkers are well aware that they should never cross the line. In short, sexual harassment occurs when requests for sexual favors are made or when another party’s actions create a hostile, sexually offensive, or intimidating environment. […]
June 24, 2014

Four Steps to Protect your Slip and Fall Injury Rights

Were you injured in a slip and fall accident? If so, there are steps you can take to protect your rights. Here are four steps you should take without delay: 1. Report the accident to the manager or property owner. The sooner you do this the better off you are going to be. Not only will […]
June 20, 2014

Your Personal Injury Attorney is Available to Help

Have you or a loved one been injured in an accident? While there is nothing more important than receiving immediate medical attention, it is only natural to wonder if you are in position to file a personal injury claim. It is likely that you don’t have much or any experience in the area of personal injury […]
June 17, 2014

Traumatic Brain Injury, the Result of an Accident

Many accidents result in serious injury or even death. Depending on the type, there is a good chance the victim will suffer a traumatic brain injury. This holds true with everything from a slip and fall to a car accident. A head injury can be a challenge to diagnose, since the true extent of the injury […]
June 13, 2014

Protect your Rights after a Motorcycle Accident

Have you been involved in a motorcycle accident? Were you injured due to the negligence of another driver? While motorcycle lawsuits can be extremely complex, we have helped many people in this position receive the compensation they deserve. Generally speaking, recoverable compensation associated with motorcycle injuries include: Medical costs Lost earning capacity Lost wages Scarring Out […]
June 10, 2014

Defective Product Injury and Reasonable Means

Were you recently injured by a defective product? If so, you may be in position to bring a lawsuit against the manufacturer, retailer, distributor, and/or wholesaler. All of these parties have a legal responsibility to ensure that their products, when used as intended, are safe. According to the law, manufacturers and sellers must use “reasonable means” […]
December 29, 2011

News Stories from Boston

Although the Christmas holiday has come and gone, New Year’s Day is on the way. With this in mind, auto accidents are going to pick up across the country. This is due in large part to more cars being on the road, as well as an increase in drinking and driving. Over the past week, there […]
December 19, 2011

More Boston Car Accidents

During the holiday season, roadways are packed full of travelers. As you can imagine, this increases the chance of being involved in an accident. While most Boston car accidents are minor, there are some that result in death or serious injury. In some cases, an accident can lead to a personal injury lawsuit. Below are three […]
December 12, 2011

Accidents in and around Boston

It is easy to think that all auto accidents, regardless of location, would lead to a lawsuit. However, this is not true. Fortunately, some accidents are minor and can be handled by the insurance companies of each party involved. Of course, there are accidents, many in and around the Boston area, that do lead to a […]
December 5, 2011

Auto Accidents in Boston over the Past Week

Fortunately, most auto accidents are minor. The parties involved can exchange insurance information and move on from there. However, this is not always the case. There are times when accidents lead to severe injury or even death. When a car accident is serious, there is a good chance that one or more people will be in […]
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