Supreme Court Healthcare Decision

Last week, the Supreme Court’s landmark health care ruling was met with intense debate on both sides and considered by some to be a turning point in constitutional law. The decision can be read here in its entirety.

What is your opinion of the ruling?

 

July 2nd, 2012|Public Health|Comments Off on Supreme Court Healthcare Decision

School Bus Driver Charged with Drunken Driving

A school bus driver was charged with drunken driving after a crash involving another school bus Monday in Tyngsborough.

Officers responded to the crash at the intersection of Middlesex and Westford roads at 2:47 p.m., where they saw that a small yellow school bus had struck a minivan school bus from […]

June 20th, 2012|Auto Accident, Bus Accident, Car Accident, Driving Under the Influence, Negligence, Public Drunkenness, Public Safety|Comments Off on School Bus Driver Charged with Drunken Driving

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

Distracted Driving: The Numbers Don’t Lie

National Distracted Driving Awareness Month may have passed, but in exploring what is behind the Department of Transportation (DOT) putting a spotlight on this issue, there are some statistics that we would like to share. They are quite sobering and further enforce the need to educate drivers on the dangers […]

Attorney Jim Brady and Associates, P.C. Supports Annual Walpole Day

For the last several years, we have proudly supported Walpole Day. This popular annual event offers the community at large an opportunity to gather and support local organizations and businesses.

This year’s event is being held on May 19, 2012. Bring your family out for a fun-filled day!

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April 30th, 2012|Community News|Comments Off on Attorney Jim Brady and Associates, P.C. Supports Annual Walpole Day

Boston Accident Attorney Warns – Do Not Text and Drive

Do not text and drive. It’s that simple.

Not only is it extremely dangerous to text and drive, but it is illegal and has been banned in 37 states. Massachusetts law prohibits all drivers of using cell phones and hand-held devices to read, write or send messages when behind the wheel […]

April 23rd, 2012|Auto Accident, Bus Accident, Car Accident, Driving Safety, Fatal Car Accidents, Highway Accident, Public Safety, Texting While Driving, Truck Accident|Comments Off on Boston Accident Attorney Warns – Do Not Text and Drive

Friends of Saint Patrick Hold 26th Annual Luncheon

On Friday, March 16th the Friends of Saint Patrick held our 26th Annual Luncheon. It was a great day to get together to have a lot of laughs, sing a lot of songs and raise a lot of money for the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress and the Horace Mann Educational […]

March 23rd, 2012|Community News, Firm News, Walpole News|Comments Off on Friends of Saint Patrick Hold 26th Annual Luncheon

Should You Worry About Lead in Your Lipstick?

According to US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) analysis conducted in December 2011, 400 lipstick products were found to contain trace amounts of lead.  The worst offenders, products by L’Oreal, contained about 7 parts per million of lead.  Others by Avon, Revlon, Cover Girl, and Maybelinne contained 4 or 5 […]

March 11th, 2012|Consumer Health and Safety, Dangerous Products, Public Health|Comments Off on Should You Worry About Lead in Your Lipstick?

Springfield Woman Killed Crossing Street

According to West Springfield Police, a woman was killed while she attempted to cross the street near the Eastern States Exposition.  Reports of the incident indicated that the woman was struck by a pickup truck around 9:30 p.m.

After the collision, the driver of the truck stopped and was described as […]

March 9th, 2012|Auto Accident, Driving Safety, Fatal Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents, Public Safety, Truck Accident|Comments Off on Springfield Woman Killed Crossing Street

Seat Belts Save Lives in Hingham Car Crash

A man from Humarock was involved in a car accident in which he was cited for failure to yield the right of way.  The driver, 43, was leaving the Chilis parking lot around 6:15pm when he collided with the passenger side of a vehicle.

The driver who was struck was traveling […]

March 7th, 2012|Car Accident, Driving Safety, Public Safety|Comments Off on Seat Belts Save Lives in Hingham Car Crash

Sudbury School Children Accidently Served Undercooked Chicken

According to the Sudbury School Committee, Nixon Elementary School, some undercooked chicken strips were accidently served to some students at the Nixon Elementary School. Parents of students were alerted of the cafeteria mistake on Wednesday.

The School Committee did not elaborate on how many children could have been exposed. A teacher […]

March 2nd, 2012|Consumer Health and Safety, Food Safety, Personal Injury Cases|Comments Off on Sudbury School Children Accidently Served Undercooked Chicken

Over Half a Million Infant Tylenol Bottles Recalled

According to McNeil Consumer Healthcare, approximately 574,000 bottles of grape flavored liquid infant Tylenol, which were been distributed nationally, have been recalled.  The medicine is part of the Johnson & Johnson consumer health unit, which has been plagued by recent recalls.

The product recall has been made due to a problem […]

March 1st, 2012|Consumer Health and Safety, Defective Products, Product Recall, Public Health|Comments Off on Over Half a Million Infant Tylenol Bottles Recalled

High Arsenic Levels Found in Organic Foods and Baby Formula

A new study from Dartmouth University has reported that high levels of arsenic, a chemical that has been linked to cancer, chronic diseases, and developmental birth defects, has been found in foods that contain brown rice syrup as a primary ingredient.  Organic brown rice syrup is often used as a […]

February 28th, 2012|Consumer Health and Safety, Dangerous Products, Food Safety, Public Health|Comments Off on High Arsenic Levels Found in Organic Foods and Baby Formula

Maserati, Toyota, and Honda Announce Recalls

Maserati informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it will be recalling almost 1,800 of its 2008-2010 Gran Turismo Coupes and convertibles due to a problem in the manufacture of their taillight assemblies.  According to the recall, some of the brake lights fail.

Maserati reported that it noticed the problem […]

February 27th, 2012|Personal Injury, Product Recall, Public Safety|Comments Off on Maserati, Toyota, and Honda Announce Recalls

Fire Breaks Out at Quincy Yacht Club

On Friday morning, a substantial fire broke out at the Quincy Yacht Club in Houghs Neck.  The fire broke out around 10:30 a.m., ninety minutes before the club typically opens.  According to Deputy Fire Chief Gary Smyth, the cause of the fire is currently under investigation but early indicators point […]

February 26th, 2012|Fire Accident, Public Safety|Comments Off on Fire Breaks Out at Quincy Yacht Club