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November 15, 2012

Why do I need a Personal Injury Attorney?

When making a personal injury claim, you may ask yourself the following question: why do I need an attorney on my side? While this may be a difficult question to answer for some, it is always best to have a lawyer representing you in your claim against the other party and their insurance company. Without legal […]
November 12, 2012

Recent Automotive Related Recalls

When you drive a car that has been recalled, regardless of the reason, you need to be careful as to what you do next. While some recalls are minor, others could cause major trouble on the roadway. As a general rule of thumb, every recall should be taken seriously. Contact your dealership, schedule an appointment to […]
November 8, 2012

What you can learn from a Personal Injury Attorney’s Website

Are you interested in contacting a personal injury attorney? Maybe you believe you have a case. Maybe you want to setup a free initial consultation. Whatever is on your mind, you can learn a lot by visiting the website of one of these professionals. Here are just a few of the many things you will find: […]
November 5, 2012

Accidents on the Roadways – Drivers and Bicyclists

There is no denying the dangers associated with driving a car. This holds true no matter if you are in a busy city such as Boston or a rural area. Anytime you are behind the wheel you must be extremely cautious. As you probably know, the roadways can be just as dangerous when you are a […]
November 1, 2012

Learning more about Personal Injury Law

Have you been involved in an auto accident? How about a slip and fall? If you are looking to recover damages related to injuries caused by the negligence of another party, you likely have a personal injury lawsuit. Those without any knowledge of the law may believe that everything is relatively simple to understand. Of course, […]
October 29, 2012

Car Recall News Update – Are you Safe?

Do you worry that the car you are driving is unsafe? If so, you are not alone. It is hard to shake this feeling when there are so many car recalls being released to the public on a regular basis. On one side of things, a car recall is seen as a bad thing. Not only […]
October 25, 2012

How to Avoid a Pedestrian Injury

There is a lot of talk about how dangerous the roadways of Boston can be. This is backed up by the many car accidents throughout the area on a daily basis. But did you know that being a pedestrian in this city can be just as dangerous? Just because you are walking does not mean that […]
October 22, 2012

The Seriousness of a Permanent Injury

Regardless of the circumstances surrounding an accident, a permanent injury is always a possibility. As serious as this sounds, not even the most qualified medical professionals know if there will be permanent damage until after an extended period of treatment. In many cases, it takes a long time for the patient to feel completely normal again. […]
October 18, 2012

The Roadways are more Dangerous than ever

The roadways of Boston are more dangerous than ever before. Even if you have never been involved in an accident, you must realize that there are other drivers who are not nearly as safe. The best thing you can do is exercise caution at all times. This holds true regardless of your age, type of vehicle, […]
October 15, 2012

What Questions are on your Mind?

When you first contact a Boston personal injury attorney you may be interested in asking one question: do I have a claim? While this is the first thing on your mind, it is far from the last. It is safe to say that there are many other details that need to be touched on. Here are […]
October 11, 2012

What is my Case Worth?

There are many factors that determine whether you have a case. If you do have one, the next question is obvious: how much is it worth? Since each case is unique, there is no easy answer to this question. That being said, one meeting with a personal injury attorney can change everything. At that point, you […]
October 9, 2012

Recall News – Stay Current to Avoid Danger

Over the past week, there have been quite a few recalls throughout a variety of industries. Once again, we have car manufacturers issuing recalls due to safety concerns. Along with this, there are some clothes items as well as toys that have been recalled by their respective companies. Here are several recall news stories from the […]
January 17, 2011

More Personal Injury News

Wouldn’t it be nice to go one week without any car accidents or other personal injury related accidents? While this would be a dream come true the fact of the matter is that it will never happen. If you are interested in personal injury news, including auto accidents and pedestrian accidents, the following stories are well […]
January 10, 2011

Personal Injury Accidents and More

Personal injury accidents are all too common. Hopefully you never experience one of these accidents firsthand. Below are several recent personal injury news stories that are worth reading: 1. Ford Windstar recall leaves rows and rows of vans sitting idle at Northeast Ohio dealerships 2. Product recalls hit new high in 2010 3. Man Begs Forgiveness […]
January 3, 2011

Car Accidents around the Boston Area

The holiday season is a busy time for most people. Unfortunately, this often times brings more car accidents than any other time of the year. This is due in large part to increased alcohol intake, as well as a higher number of people on the road Below are several car accident stories from the past week: […]
December 27, 2010

The Latest Personal Injury News Stories

Personal injury news stories are all too common. Day after day, news outlets all over the country cover these stories and supply the often times painful details. Below are several recent personal injury news stories. 1. Toyota Settles Runaway Car Lawsuit for $10M 2. Two sustain severe injuries in Route 1 car accident 3. Hamilton Player […]
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