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Product Liability Battles: Can E-Commerce Shops Be Liable For Defective, Dangerous Products?

Proving liability is among the most important steps to take when seeking compensation in virtually any personal injury case. By: David Angueira Senior Trial Attorney - Employment Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, Discrimination, Whistle Blower and False

Product Liability Battles: Can E-Commerce Shops Be Liable For Defective, Dangerous Products?2022-05-13T15:34:43-04:00

Collapse of building’s catwalk injures 3 workers in South Boston

Three workers were injured, one of whom was trapped for hours and suffered life-threatening injuries, after a catwalk collapsed inside the old Boston Edison power plant in South Boston Wednesday afternoon, officials said. Police, fire, and ambulance crews raced to the

Collapse of building’s catwalk injures 3 workers in South Boston2022-05-12T05:08:09-04:00

What if a Self-Driving, Ride-Hailing Car Hits a Pedestrian?

Although the idea may seem far-fetched, with self-driving cars becoming more ubiquitous, it’s possible they may put pedestrians at risk. By: James Swartz Managing & Principal Attorney - Car Accidents, Catastrophic Injuries, Contract and Business Litigation, Inadequate Security

What if a Self-Driving, Ride-Hailing Car Hits a Pedestrian?2022-05-12T05:59:21-04:00

How the Statute of Limitations Affects Personal Injury Cases

While you may already know this, you might nevertheless postpone speaking with an attorney By: James Swartz Managing & Principal Attorney - Car Accidents, Catastrophic Injuries, Contract and Business Litigation, Inadequate Security & Premises Liability Litigation, Medical Malpractice,

How the Statute of Limitations Affects Personal Injury Cases2022-04-27T05:57:22-04:00

Big pharma to pay $4.3M to area communities to settle opioid lawsuit

MIDDLESEX - Though likely a small comfort to families who lost loved ones to the prescription and synthetic drug epidemic, area communities will recuperate nearly $4.3 million expended in the now decades-long battle against opioids, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey revealed last week.

Big pharma to pay $4.3M to area communities to settle opioid lawsuit2022-04-19T07:52:58-04:00
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