By Robert I. Feinberg | Published February 11, 2013 | | |
Bad weather can make driving a lot more difficult. When road visibility and the control you have over your car are affected, the risk of an accident increases dramatically. Sometimes, staying in and waiting out the storm is your safest option. However, if you do have to drive, you should be familiar with some precautionary Read MoreRead More
Although all evidence introduced by a lawyer must be considered “relevant evidence” before it can be admitted, many lawyers today would nevertheless struggle to give an adequate legal definition of the word “relevancy”. According to the Advisory Committee’s notes in drafting Rule 401 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the proper definition is in the Read MoreRead More
It is not common knowledge, but staph infections are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. They are contracted through contact with the bacteria staphylococcus, usually during a visit to the hospital or doctor’s office. Studies have proven that with better hygiene and more infection prevention measures taken, the risk of Read MoreRead More
When accidents occur, knowing how to be selective and diligent in your search for a Massachusetts personal injury lawyer is helpful. Following some of the steps below can help you find an excellent attorney: Ask your friends. A recommendation from a friend or family member is the best way to find an attorney, so ask Read MoreRead More
As a member of the Board of Governors of Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, Robert I. Feinberg has extensive experience and a long history of success. Members of the community have come to know him for his professionalism, dedication, and outstanding record. For the past thirty years, Mr. Feinberg has stood up for the rights Read MoreRead More
The attorneys serve the entire state of Massachusetts in addition to affiliating with lawyers in other states to handle cases outside of Massachusetts.
Boston Attorneys Win Highest Injury Verdict in Massachusetts in 2011 & 2012.