By Robert I. Feinberg | Published October 10, 2013 | Posted in Personal Injury | Tagged Tags: plaintiff, settlement | Leave a comment
A recent Boston Globe article described a plaintiff in a significant lawsuit who was awarded $580,000 but netted virtually nothing after the deduction of fees, medical expenses and medical liens. Years ago, I blogged about a “lien” being not necessarily “lean”. There is no question but that liens can lead to very unfortunate results. Liens, Read MoreRead More
If you suffer injury in an accident, you may be entitled to an insurance settlement. However, it is important for you to realize that insurers look to resolve conflicts as quickly and as cost-effectively as possible. Although they may appear to be on your side, the truth is that their goal is to minimize their Read MoreRead More
When a forty-six year old Massachusetts boiler repairman received a phone call from a condominium complex to repair a boiler unit, he had no idea that his life was about to change. The boiler unit exploded, and the repairman was terribly scalded on more than fifty percent of his body. His life would never be Read MoreRead More
I was very pleased to win a record personal injury judgment on behalf of my client, a repairman who was fixing a boiler when it exploded, severely burning him with steam and super-heated water. The jury ultimately awarded him $7.7 million dollars in compensation for injury, pain and suffering, and other damages. Sometimes, you have Read MoreRead More
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