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January 18, 2019
Social Security Disability vs. Supplemental Security Income

Social Security Disability vs. Supplemental Security Income

Those suffering from a disabling condition might be able to take advantage of government financial assistance programs such as social security disability insurance (SSDI) or supplemental security income (SSI). Each program has specific requirements that will need to be met before you are approved. While you’re unable to earn a living, these benefits can be the […]
December 11, 2018

How to Seek Damages for Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment in any form can upend your life completely. It can be even more difficult to overcome when it happens in the workplace, where you should feel safe. There are many laws designed to protect employees from sexual harassment and punish the perpetrator. You will even have the opportunity to file a civil lawsuit against […]
October 23, 2018

Joel H. Schwartz, PC Attorneys Honored on New England Super Lawyers List

Two attorneys at Joel H. Schwartz, PC have again been honored on the New England Super Lawyers list for the year 2018. The firm extends its sincere congratulations to hardworking and experienced attorneys John Vlassakis and Timothy Pope. Attorney John Vlassakis Senior Associate John Vlassakis has been selected for inclusion on the 2018 Super Lawyers list […]
September 28, 2018
The Most Dangerous Intersections in Boston

The Most Dangerous Intersections in Boston

Driving anywhere in Boston can be a challenge. There are numerous pedestrians, bicyclists, and thousands of vehicles that travel throughout Boston every day. Fortunately, most intersections seems to be relatively free of accident reports. However, there are many intersections in Boston that are more dangerous to travel through than others. When you’re injured in a motor […]
June 21, 2018
Working and Social Security Disability

Working and Social Security Disability

When you are going to be collecting Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you are usually able to at least work part-time, despite receiving benefits. However, there are many complicated rules, and working while collecting SSD can influence your benefits. If you are considering a part-time job in addition to your SSD benefits, or if you are […]
June 4, 2018
Most Common Causes of Slip-and-Fall Accidents

Most Common Causes of Slip-and-Fall Accidents

Slip-and-fall accidents can deal a devastating blow to your quality of life. When you are legally on a property, the property owner has an obligation to ensure that the area is free of hazards. When property owners fail to meet this obligation and you’re injured as a result, they can be held accountable should you choose […]
April 27, 2018
Traffic Danger Staying High

Traffic Danger Staying High

When it comes to the deadliness of our roads, two recent years (2015 and 2016)  came close to setting records. In 2015, there were more than 35,000 traffic fatalities in the US, followed by 37,461 in 2016. That spike was an increase of more than 14 percent, the largest two-year jump on record. All the data […]
April 5, 2018
Motorcycle Accident Statistics in Massachusetts

Motorcycle Accident Statistics in Massachusetts

Motorcyclists have long had to fight a mostly undeserved reputation as dangerous drivers of unsafe vehicles. In fact, accident data for motorcyclists on American roads show that bikers are far more likely to be the victims of crashes, especially fatal ones, than other motorists. Proportionally, the situation for bikers in Massachusetts is not very different from […]
March 13, 2018
Massachusetts DWI Laws: Far from the Top

Massachusetts DWI Laws: Far from the Top

Massachusetts has a reputation for being progressive in many ways, but when it comes to state drunk driving laws, the Bay State ranks surprisingly low. That’s the view, at least, of one major organization that focuses on eliminating drunk driving. Their metrics find that Massachusetts is especially weak when it comes to ignition interlock laws and […]
February 23, 2018
Does Workers Compensation Cover Assault

Does Workers Compensation Cover Assault?

Does Workers Compensation Cover Assault? That’s a question that too many workers are forced to ask. Many workers will never experience a violent incident while on the job, but danger of violence in the workplace should never be taken lightly. According to statistics from the US Department of Labor, close to 2 million workers are the […]
February 9, 2018
No-Fault Insurance in Massachusetts

No-Fault Insurance in Massachusetts

As a Massachusetts driver, you’ve probably heard the term “no-fault” before when discussing car insurance. What does this term mean, exactly, and if there is “no fault” then who is held accountable after a crash? Who pays for any damage and injury if blame for an accident is not being assigned? Let’s take a quick look […]
January 15, 2018
Snow and Ice Removal Liability in Massachusetts

Snow and Ice Removal Liability in Massachusetts

Many residents of eastern Mass are still digging out from last week’s storm, which hit the East Coast from Florida to Maine hard and left more than a foot of snow across much of New England. Schools and businesses were closed, public transit operated on a reduced schedule, and the governor encouraged residents to stay home […]
May 31, 2012

How to Better Understand your Personal Injury Attorney

Let’s face it: you don’t know much about personal injury law. This is an area of expertise that you are not familiar with. While there is nothing wrong with learning a little bit here and there, with the help of an experienced attorney you don’t need to know much. Instead, you can rely on him or […]
May 24, 2012

Things you may not Expect from your Personal Injury Attorney

Everybody expects a personal injury attorney to work diligently at winning their lawsuit. That being said, you may get more service than you ever expected along the way. Most people soon find that their attorney truly cares for them as a person. They want to learn more about you, your accident, and what can be done […]
April 12, 2012

Car Accident Injuries and a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Were you recently involved in a car accident? During this incident, did you suffer any injuries? If you answered yes to both these questions, you may be in position to file a lawsuit as a means of receiving compensation for your injuries. Any injuries related to an auto accident should be addressed before anything else. Don’t […]
January 18, 2012

Does my Attorney do all the work?

If you have been involved in an accident and need to hire a personal injury attorney, it is important to contact an experienced professional as soon as possible. While your attorney will take on the job of doing most of the work involving your case, this does not mean that you are left out entirely. As […]
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