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Local Family Favorites for the Holidays.

New England is a wonderful place to be during the holiday season. Our quaint towns and big cities all have great events to bring people together.

If you enjoy going out to watch a tree lighting, attend a craft fair or take in Christmas play, here are some special local places to bring the whole family. 

 

The National Shrine of our […]

November 22nd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Slips and Falls-What to do.

You have your list and head out to get some groceries, on your way through the produce aisle the unexpected happens, you fall. The floor was wet.

Of course this was unintentional, l but there are precautions that should have been taken by the business to prevent this from happening. What […]

October 6th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Slips and Falls-What to do.

Safeguarding your kids in the digital age.

Hello All,

My good friend, Jimmy O’Malley sent this to me recently. I found it to be very informative. With Jim’s permission, I wanted to share this with you.

By the way, you can always give Jimmy a call if you are looking for a mortgage or wish to refinance. I have […]

February 13th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Safeguarding your kids in the digital age.

Buying or Selling a home in 2017?

Planning on buying or selling your home in 2017?
For many it can be an emotional and sometimes difficult experience. Here is some advice to make the process less worrisome.

For Sellers:

Prepare your home. Make necessary repairs and get your home move-in ready.
Prepare your mind. Remove sentimental and emotional value and […]

January 17th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Buying or Selling a home in 2017?

Are your Windows Child-Safe?—Window Safety Tips

Spring, summer, and fall are great times to open the windows and let in the fresh air. However, it is important to be educated about window safety if there are children living in the home. Every year, thousands of children fall out of windows; some walk away with minor injuries […]

August 22nd, 2014|Home Safety, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Are your Windows Child-Safe?—Window Safety Tips

You Should Buy a House Now

The time is right. You should buy a house now. Yes, not everyone is able to buy a house right now, but if you are able to, then do it. Over the next few years home prices will rise and so will the interest rates. There’s no time like the […]

July 10th, 2013|Real Estate Law, Uncategorized|Comments Off on You Should Buy a House Now

America’s Favorite Past-Time: Baseball History and Facts

Spring is here. Baseball parks all across the nation have opened their gates, are firing up the grills, and pouring ice cold drinks. The beloved Red Sox are already off to a promising start this season with new manager John Farrell and Fenway Park has reduced prices on food and […]

April 23rd, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on America’s Favorite Past-Time: Baseball History and Facts

New England Cold Blast Causes Chaos and Claims Lives

The Charles River is frozen, fire fighters in Lawrence got iced over from their own hoses while trying to fight a fire, a draw bridge in New Hampshire froze, and Wildcat Mountain was closed, all due to the arctic air that has blanketed New England. The frigid temperatures have claimed […]

January 29th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on New England Cold Blast Causes Chaos and Claims Lives

Nursing Home Negligence

Unfortunately, nursing home negligence is a significant problem today. Did you know that out of actual reported incidents, one out of four nursing homes are responsible for the serious injury or even death of one of their residents? Imagine the numbers that go un-reported. Unacceptable, but it’s the truth.

Sadly, some […]

December 13th, 2012|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Nursing Home Negligence

Better Business Bureau Issues Emergency-Preparedness List

The Better Business Bureau has issued the following in light of Hurricane Sandy’s arrival in the New England region.

The BBB recommends developing a family-communication plan and having the following emergency supply kit items on hand:

Emergency Documents Packet:

Social Security card
Birth certificate
Passport
Any other official, hard-to-replace documents
Contact information: Both your contact information and […]

October 29th, 2012|Community News, Home Damage, Property Damage, Public Health, Public Safety, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Better Business Bureau Issues Emergency-Preparedness List

When to Have an Emergency Fund in Place

This information came to us from Fran McDavitt with RE/MAX and made us ask, how many of us would be prepared if one of these situations arose? Prepare now to avoid the circumstance where an emergency would cause financial stress and avoid going into debt.

1. Your of your spouse loses […]

October 22nd, 2012|Consumer, Uncategorized|Comments Off on When to Have an Emergency Fund in Place

“We The Plaintiffs” – A Tort Reform

A chart is making its way around the Internet called “We The Plaintiffs … A Closer Look at America’s Obsession with Lawsuits.” It is written by – or was given to – a company named “eLocalLawyers.”

The chart is heavy on graphics and low on truth. For a truthful perspective on […]

July 24th, 2012|Uncategorized|Comments Off on “We The Plaintiffs” – A Tort Reform

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

A Message to Law Grads: Instead of Corporations, Help Ordinary People

Last week I came across this commencement speech given by Lawrence Lessig, Director of the Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics at Harvard University and a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, to John Marshall Law School graduates. It resonated with me as this is the type of law I have practiced for the last […]

June 11th, 2012|Uncategorized|Comments Off on A Message to Law Grads: Instead of Corporations, Help Ordinary People

Boston Injury Attorney Answers – What should I do in an Auto Accident? Part 6

Who determines which party is at fault?

There is no grand immediate adjudicator of who is at fault in an automobile accident. Establishing fault, or liability, in a car accident case involves a number of factors. An initial investigation, usually done by the police, will give the parties a good […]

May 8th, 2012|Auto Accident, Bus Accident, Car Accident, Highway Accident, Hit and Run, Motorcycle Accident, Multi-vehicle Collision, Personal Injury, SUV Accident, Truck Accident, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Boston Injury Attorney Answers – What should I do in an Auto Accident? Part 6