By Robert I. Feinberg | Published January 16, 2014 | | |
Let It Snow, But Don’t Forget to Salt… People across the country are experiencing excessive amounts of snow and very cold temperatures. That weather has certainly come to the Northeast. Not surprisingly, I have fielded more than a few calls from people who have fallen. Some have experienced very serious injuries. In the past, I Read MoreRead More
In accidents on premises, the doctrine as put forth in Oliveri v. MBTA, 363 Mass. 165 (1973) has controlled. It has meant that slip and fall cases involving a foreign substance, whether in a supermarket or otherwise, typically require facts to come within at least one of three categories in order to demonstrate defendant’s lack Read MoreRead More
Although hiring a personal injury lawyer is the best way for you to handle your personal injury claim, it never hurts to know what is at stake legally. In order for you to receive compensation in a personal injury claim, you must be able to prove another person or entity was legally at fault for Read MoreRead More
Contrary to popular belief, the law is constantly changing. So what does this mean for injury victims? Well, it means that when hiring a lawyer it is vital to the success of your case that you retain a lawyer who is knowledgeable and on top of local laws and any changes that occur. Even the Read MoreRead More
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