By Robert I. Feinberg | Published May 27, 2016 | |
I have had occasion to represent Massachusetts residents who have been hurt of out-of-state and out-of-state residents who have been hurt in Massachusetts. Perhaps the second scenario is the easiest to deal with because if the case requires litigation, you bring the case in a Massachusetts court involving that out-of-state person. You could choose to do it a federal court because of diversity of citizenship or you could choose to bring a personal injury action in state court.Read More
My legal practice has involved a number of different types of injuries. Two of the most troubling are burn injuries and brain injuries. Today, in this blog, I would like to talk about burn injuries because they come with a unique set of issues. The pain and suffering is exquisite, the disability is exquisite, and the mechanism of injury as to how they were sustained, thermal burns or otherwise, is exquisitely painful.Read More
You may recall in the past that I have spoken about the situation where workers who have been injured on the job have two kinds of claims. The first is a workers’ compensation claim which is lodged or brought against the employer, either an insurer or, occasionally, a self-insurer. The second is a claim for negligence against a party who is not the employer.Read More
You may recall that I’ve been very interested in the O.J. Simpson case, recently a ten part series known as “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.” The series has increased my curiosity and caused me to reflect on the case for the first time in a long while. In a recent blog, I spoke about the differences of that case, perhaps the biggest criminal case of the 20th century, in comparison to the civil cases that I handle.Read More
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