By Robert I. Feinberg | Published June 10, 2023 | | |
Massachusetts is unlike most other states when it comes to the right of auto accident victims to sue for personal injuries. We are one of only 12 no-fault states that require your medical costs to be above a certain amount before you can bring an action against the other driver or vehicle owner. This amount Read MoreRead More
We know that the law often changes or, as academics are fond of saying, evolves. Yes, over the years more claims have been permitted by the highest court of Massachusetts, the Supreme Judicial Court, and the Massachusetts state legislature. Of course, sometimes the pendulum swings the other way, that is against the rights of victims.Read More
In terms of which courts adjudicate personal injury cases, federal courts are courts of limited jurisdiction by the terms of the constitution. They can only hear certain cases. Those cases include the United States as an active party, cases that bring into question violations of the constitution, other federal questions and then a big catchall: diversity cases.Read More
A recent and tragic case brings home the proposition on just how cruel the law can be, or at least seem to be. A fourth grader in a Lynn public school had been the target of ongoing bullying. One morning, when the class was lining up to enter the school, he was pushed down the stairs. The child suffered a severe spinal injury, resulting in paralysis.Read More
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