By Robert I. Feinberg | Published January 7, 2013 | | |
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
Whether you have been in a car crash, suffered an accident at work, had a slip and fall accident, or were the victim of medical malpractice, you are probably wondering whether you should file a personal injury claim in Massachusetts. There is a lot of information available on the web, but sometimes separating fact from Read MoreRead More
Product liability law is in place to protect customers’ rights against faulty and unsafe products. Sometimes innocent consumers are injured and even killed because of a defective product or design. When this happens, consumers have the right to file a claim for monetary compensation. Product liability cases generally fall under three categories. They include: Manufacturing Read MoreRead More
Even as technologies improve, medical malpractice remains a problem. In fact, a study conducted for the Harvard Medical School concluded that a very low percentage of actual instances of medical malpractice result in a claim. Thousands of people every year go to their doctor or hospital seeking medical attention, and become the victims of negligence Read MoreRead More
Car accidents are not the only type of vehicle accidents that lead to personal injury. Every year in cities and towns all across Massachusetts, people are injured in various forms of transportation accidents. There are many different types of transportation accidents. Some of the more common ones include: Public buses. Injuries can be sustained from Read MoreRead More
Whether commuting to work, taking the kids to school, or traveling across the country, Americans spend a lot of time in cars. Unfortunately, so much time on the road increases the chances of a car accident. Here are some of the most common ways accidents occur: Multitasking. With so much going on in the modern Read MoreRead More
With texting and cell phones constantly being used, car accidents remain as one of the leading causes of personal injuries in Massachusetts. Driver errors and negligence can cause serious and sometimes fatal accidents. When the crash was not your fault, knowing how to proceed afterward can be crucial to pursuing a successful personal injury claim. Read MoreRead More
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