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Who has the Right to File a Wrongful Death Suit

In the wake of the loss of a loved one, it is natural to feel devastated, confused, and overwhelmed. In addition to the emotional trauma, you may have to deal with the funeral arrangements, medical bills, and personal obligations in wake of the tragedy. Discovering that your loved one’s passing was caused by negligence, reckless Continue Reading »

How Do I File A Small Claims Complaint?

In Massachusetts, you can file a Small Claims Action in any District Court. The “Small Claims Court” is simply a session or courtroom within a District Court. Where to Go to File a Small Claims Complaint In order to file a Small Claims Action, you will need to go directly to the District Court. The Continue Reading »

Should I File a Small Claims Complaint?

There are times when a civil dispute between parties may not require retaining an attorney. Usually this occurs when the amount of damages in dispute is too low to justify hiring the lawyer. However, that does not mean that you have to–or should–walk away from the issue. You may still be able to recover damages Continue Reading »

How the Statute of Limitations May Affect Your Wrongful Death Claim

Our legal system can seem daunting, especially to inexperienced plaintiffs, due to the legal technicalities and rules involved in filing a claim for compensation. Coupled with the emotional burden of dealing with the sudden and devastating loss of a loved one, that confusion often feels insurmountable.  One concept in particular that tends to complicate is Continue Reading »

The Importance of Self-Care After Losing A Loved One

Losing a loved one is one of the most common experiences in life, but that does not make it any less devastating. Suddenly, someone you care about is gone, and it’s easy to let grief and anxiety overwhelm you in these times of mourning. It’s important to know that these feelings are natural. It’s okay Continue Reading »

Summer Dog Bites—What to Watch For

It’s summer, and while that means cookouts, beach trips, and outdoor fun, it also means there’s a greater risk of dog attacks. Every year, 4.5 million Americans, half of them small children, are bitten by a dog and the number of attacks tends to rise with the temperature. Whether being outside more increases our exposure Continue Reading »

Orlando Shooting

They range in age from 18 to 50.  Each one had a life, a story, a family. 49 innocent human beings were massacred on Sunday, June 12, 2016 by a crazed gunman. What started off as a joyous night full of dancing and laughter turned into an unimaginable horrifying scene leaving 49 people dead and Continue Reading »

Everyday Distractions

With distracted driving month coming to an end, and warmer weather hopefully following I thought I would take the time to revisit this topic and point out the everyday things you possibly do while driving that without realizing it make you one of the many distracted drivers on the road. Smoking while driving I am Continue Reading »

Multitasking & Distracted Driving

Multitasking – The ability to do several things at the same time. “It’s called multitasking,” is my go-to statement to say to my boyfriend when he is texting away and remaining quiet as I ask him a question. To which he responds, “I can’t do that.” I read an article which stated that people who Continue Reading »

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