Health Care Aid Workplace Injury

Sally Stevens was working as an aide for a health care management company. She was walking through the hall when she tripped a fell over a linen cart landing on her left side causing severe pain and injuries.

Mrs. Stevens went to the local emergency room where she was diagnosed with […]

August 13th, 2012|Case Results, Cases, Slip and Fall, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Health Care Aid Workplace Injury

Case Results for Cemetery Worker Slip and Fall

Mr. Harper was working on the grounds of a local cemetery when he slipped and fell on ice injuring his back. A few days later he attempted to lift a heavy casket and injured his back again. Mr. Harper sought treatment from his general practitioner who advised him to stay […]

August 9th, 2012|Case Results, Cases, Slip and Fall, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Case Results for Cemetery Worker Slip and Fall

Truck Driver Slip and Fall Case

In January 2010 while leaving the parking lot Donald Goodman fell on ice and fracture his left leg. He went to the emergency room where he was diagnosed with a distal tibial fracture with a proximal fibular fracture. He underwent a closed reduction and a long leg casting and admitted […]

August 6th, 2012|Case Results, Cases, Slip and Fall, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Truck Driver Slip and Fall Case

Nurse Contracts MRSA at Work

Ms. Handy, a forty year old registered nurse who has worked for her employer since 1988, underwent a sinus operation in January 2008 and returned to work two weeks after the operation. She developed pressure and congestion three weeks after she returned to work and experienced severe headaches, nausea, fatigue, […]

August 1st, 2012|Case Results, Cases, Social Security, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Nurse Contracts MRSA at Work

Employee Inspecting Residential Home Trip and Fall Case

In March 2009, Jim Johnson was inspecting a residential home and was in the basement checking the boiler and electrical system having to climb over boxes when he tripped and fell and hit a concrete wall. He felt pain in his left hamstring and both shoulders while lying on the […]

July 23rd, 2012|Case Results, Cases, Personal Injury, Personal Injury Cases, Slip and Fall, Social Security, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Employee Inspecting Residential Home Trip and Fall Case

Boston Workplace Injury Case: Hand Injury

Richard Raymond worked as a truck driver. In February 2009, while in the course of his employment, Mr. Raymond backed his truck into a dock to unload product for a customer. In doing so his left hand got caught between two steel plates on the lift gate.

Richard underwent open reduction […]

July 16th, 2012|Case Results, Cases, Personal Injury, Personal Injury Cases, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Boston Workplace Injury Case: Hand Injury

Boston Workplace Injury Case: Department Corrections Employee Injured

On August 1, 2005, while in the employ of the Massachusetts Department of Corrections, Mr. Cobert lost his balance on steps and fell backwards. He was taken to Brockton Hospital and it was determined that surgery was necessary for an open reduction internal fixation of a comminuted left distal radius […]

July 9th, 2012|Case Results, Cases, Personal Injury, Personal Injury Cases, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Boston Workplace Injury Case: Department Corrections Employee Injured

Massachusetts Worker Injures Himself While Moving Furniture

On May 28, 2007 while in the employ of a large moving company Mr. DeSantis was hoisting a sofa up the side of a building. He felt a sharp pain in his right shoulder to elbow and down to his hand. An MRI revealed a right shoulder rotator cuff tear […]

July 3rd, 2012|Case Results, Cases, Personal Injury Cases, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Massachusetts Worker Injures Himself While Moving Furniture

Woman Struck Head-on by Man Who Lost Control of his Car

Theresa Monty was on her way home from work on the evening on March 18th, 2011 when another vehicle lost control on a rain slick road and struck her vehicle head on. Theresa was taken from the scene of the accident by ambulance to the hospital where she was admitted. […]

June 14th, 2012|Auto Accident, Car Accident, Case Results, Cases, Multi-vehicle Collision, Personal Injury Cases|Comments Off on Woman Struck Head-on by Man Who Lost Control of his Car

Boston Accident Attorney – Suing the Texter?

Last week, a New Jersey court ruled that a woman who was texting her boyfriend while he was driving is not liable for a crash he caused while returning her text. The 2009 crash left two motorcyclists in serious condition.

This case, a first of its kind, debated whether or not […]

June 6th, 2012|Auto Accident, Car Accident, Cases, Negligence, Texting While Driving|Comments Off on Boston Accident Attorney – Suing the Texter?

Boston Injury Attorney Answers – What Should I Do in an Auto Accident – Part 8

If I am injured, who pays my medical bills if I am the one at fault?

In Massachusetts we have what is known as “no-fault” insurance provision with regard to certain aspects of car accident injury claims. This insures that everyone gets a basic level of help with their medical bills […]

May 29th, 2012|Auto Accident, Car Accident, Cases, Negligence, Personal Injury|Comments Off on Boston Injury Attorney Answers – What Should I Do in an Auto Accident – Part 8

Massachusetts Construction Accident Attorney

Construction sites can be dangerous and a variety of serious injuries can result. In far too many construction accidents, the injured worker may be unable to return to work for months or worse, become permanently disabled.

In Massachusetts, Workers’ Compensation may pay for a portion of the medical bills and lost […]

May 24th, 2012|Cases, Construction Site Accident, Personal Injury, Personal Injury Cases, Public Safety, Workers Comp, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Massachusetts Construction Accident Attorney

Boston Injury Attorney Answers – What Should I Do in an Auto Accident – Part 7

What happens if I am a victim of a hit-and-run accident?

There may be a number of reasons why a driver involved in an accident would leave the scene without exchanging any details for insurance purposes. None of these reasons are excusable. It is a very callous act to leave the […]

May 22nd, 2012|Auto Accident, Bicylce Accidents, Bus Accident, Car Accident, Cases, Hit and Run, Motorcycle Accident, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury, SUV Accident, Truck Accident|Comments Off on Boston Injury Attorney Answers – What Should I Do in an Auto Accident – Part 7

Boston Lawyer Viewpoint: Understanding the Defense

The View From The Other Side Of The Hedge.

It isn’t often that we have the opportunity to have defense and plaintiff attorneys in the same studio. Boston area Trial Attorneys Paul Kenney and Jim Brady, co-hosts of Legal Talk Network’s “The Boston Bar: Myth & Magic – Being a Trial Lawyer […]

April 26th, 2012|Cases, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Boston Lawyer Viewpoint: Understanding the Defense

Taking Control After an Auto Accident

When you or a family member are hurt in a serious car accident, you will feel many emotions and begin to ask many questions. How long will it take to recover? Will my life ever be the same? Will I receive fair compensation for my injuries even though I did […]

March 26th, 2012|Auto Accident, Car Accident, Cases, Personal Injury Cases|Comments Off on Taking Control After an Auto Accident