When to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury because of the fault or carelessness of another person, it would be in your best interest to seek the professional help of a Personal Injury Attorney. This will help to ensure that your case is handled properly and you are adequately compensated for your accident or loss.

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Boston Personal Injury Lawyer

When you or your loved one find yourself in a predicament where another person’s negligence or carelessness causes personal injury or death, it is important to explore the full scope of your legal options so you can be properly compensated for your loss.

We understand the physical, often catastrophic, effects of […]

October 29th, 2012|Auto Accident, Car Accident, Home Damage, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Personal Injury, Personal Injury Cases, Workplace Injury|Comments Off on Boston Personal Injury Lawyer

Two Bicyclists Killed on Boston Roads

Two more bicyclists were killed this past week on Boston roads. One rider collided with an 18-wheeler in South Boston, and another rider was struck and killed by a drunk driver.

CBS Boston reports that the accidents have the local bike community “on edge” and they quoted Bostonbiker.org, a group that advocates […]

September 19th, 2012|Bicylce Accidents, Driving Under the Influence, Fatal Accidents, Negligence|Comments Off on Two Bicyclists Killed on Boston Roads

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

The Data Behind Escalating Malpractice Premiums

Massachusetts Attorney Frank Riccio recently shared data regarding escalating malpractice premiums and the enormous payments being made to people injured by medical negligence. There are some pertinent findings, but as is typically said, let’s not let the facts get in the way…

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners just updated its statistics on […]

June 18th, 2012|Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Personal Injury, Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Data Behind Escalating Malpractice Premiums

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

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 […]

Elderly Man Dies in Wayland Fire

According to reports, an 85 year old man from Wayland, Massachusetts died in a three-alarm fire at his home.  The fire was reported to the fire department just after midnight on Friday by a neighbor who noticed smoke coming from the home.

When rescue personnel arrived they reported having trouble accessing […]

March 13th, 2012|Fatal Accidents, Fire Accident, Neglect, Negligence|Comments Off on Elderly Man Dies in Wayland Fire

New Federal Standards Protect Against Mercury Dangers

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has instituted strict new federal standards limiting pollution from power plants that are meant to protect human health, but these new standards may have an important side effect.  According to an environmental study released recently, a broad array of wildlife that has historically been endangered […]

February 8th, 2012|Community News, Negligence, Public Health, Public Safety|Comments Off on New Federal Standards Protect Against Mercury Dangers