By Robert I. Feinberg | Published January 21, 2013 | Posted in Personal Injury | Tagged Tags: file a claim, personal injury attorney, personal injury case, trial | Leave a comment
Though they seem similar, there are clear and definitive differences between Rule 803(1) Present Sense Impressions and Rule 803(2) Excited Utterances. If applied correctly, each rule provides an exception to the the rule against hearsay. The former is used in court in the trial of a personal injury case far more than the latter. The Read MoreRead More
Loyalty to a client is an essential element of the attorney-client relationship. This relationship binds them through ‘thick and thin’ and against all other persons with conflicting interests. Supreme Judicial Court Rule 3:07 and the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility Rule 1.7 state that an attorney cannot continue to represent two or more clients at Read MoreRead More
If you or someone you love suffers an injury, you must seek legal aid immediately. You do not have unlimited time to file a lawsuit. In fact, in Massachusetts, you only have three years from the time of injury to file a claim. But what if the victim is a child? Does anything change? Yes. Read MoreRead More
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