Articles Posted in Personal Injury

In personal injury cases, compensation aims to help victims recover physically, emotionally, and financially. Victims are usually entitled to different types of compensation to help cover all injury-related costs, including any additional expenses accumulated from the injury. For those seeking justice and financial support following an accident, our personal injury lawyer MA has outlined the […]

Grocery stores are a common destination for people all across the country. Whether it’s to pick up some fresh produce or to restock pantry staples, grocery stores are an integral part of our lives. However, with the high volume of people and products moving around, accidents happen. If you’ve experienced an injury in a grocery […]

If you are involved in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may not have to worry about paying your medical bills. Depending on your situation, your healthcare provider, and your health insurance, the at-fault party’s insurance company may be responsible for paying your medical expenses. It is important to consult with a personal […]

Our product defect attorney understands when you purchase a product, you’re expecting that product to be safe. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Defective products can cause serious injuries or even death. When a defective product causes harm, the injured party may be able to file a product liability claim against the manufacturer or […]

Planes rarely crash, but when they do, the damages sustained are usually catastrophic. Plane crashes are typically caused by malfunctioning parts within the aircraft, and in many cases, more than one party bears liability. While parties have the right to seek compensation for losses caused by plane crashes, it may not be evident which jurisdiction’s […]

People who are hurt due to the negligence of others can often recover damages in civil lawsuits. While some harm is abundantly clear, other injuries are less obvious. As such, it is not uncommon for a defendant to request that a plaintiff undergo an independent medical examination. While such examinations are permitted under Massachusetts Rule […]

Typically, a plaintiff alleging a defendant should be deemed liable for negligence under Massachusetts law must offer evidence that the defendant owed the plaintiff a duty and that it breached the duty, thereby causing the plaintiff to suffer harm. Under the doctrine of res ipsa loquitor, however, a jury can infer the negligence of the […]

Subject to certain parameters, people generally have the right to pursue claims in the forum of their choosing. If a party files a personal injury lawsuit in Massachusetts for harm that occurred in another state, though, it may not immediately be evident which state’s laws apply, and the court will have to make a determination. […]

People in the military can receive health care at facilities run by the federal government. If they suffer harm in such facilities, they may be able to pursue claims for damages. However, proving liability can be difficult as the Federal Tort Claims Act (the Act) insulates the federal government from liability in many situations. Recently, […]

Typically, people who suffer losses due to car accidents can recover benefits from their insurer. While some insurance claims are straightforward and are paid promptly, in others, the insurer will dispute the harm suffered or the damages owed. In such instances, the parties will typically turn to the courts to interpret the applicable provisions. For […]

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