By Robert I. Feinberg | Published September 11, 2015 | |
Often times in a personal injury practice we handle accidents occurring on leased or rented premises. In the past, Massachusetts courts differentiated between people who were on a property with the Courts using terms such as an invitee, licensee, and trespasser. Since the pivotal case of Mounsey v. Ellard, 363 Mass. 693 (1973) invitees and licensees have been merged into one category, those who are lawfully on the premises. The category of trespasser remains.Read More
This blog will discuss the issues confronting a client when his/her civil personal injury case resolves. At the outset of the representation, there should have been a discussion of fees and expenses so that there will be no surprises. This understanding should also have been memorialized in the Contingent Fee Agreement. Does the attorney expect the case expenses to be paid by the client as they are incurred or does the attorney expect reimbursement upon the conclusion of the case?Read More
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