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Supreme Judicial Court clarifies proof of causation in negligence cases

In personal injury law, causation is of paramount importance.   By: David Angueira Senior Trial Lawyer - Employment Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, Discrimination, Whistle Blower, False Claims In personal injury law, causation is of paramount importance. It’s what our Swartz & Swartz attorneys

Supreme Judicial Court clarifies proof of causation in negligence cases2021-05-31T19:02:46-04:00

Negligence in personal injury cases – David Faraci

  Negligence in personal injury cases can come in to play in a various situations ranging from construction site injury, security litigation, catastrophic injury and even wrongful death. Negligence in construction site cases Many construction injuries are the result

Negligence in personal injury cases – David Faraci2021-03-31T05:18:37-04:00

What we know so far about the fatal elevator accident in Allston

  Boston police said Tuesday that they’re still investigating what exactly caused an elevator accident that killed an adult woman Monday evening in Allston.   The city’s police and fire department responded to the incident at 1140 Commonwealth Ave. at approximately 5:13 p.m.

What we know so far about the fatal elevator accident in Allston2021-04-15T17:06:37-04:00

Mansfield attorney suspended for dodging malpractice settlement payment

The Ohio Supreme Court has suspended a Mansfield attorney who “actively avoided” paying a settlement to a former client who sued him for legal malpractice.   In a unanimous per curiam opinion, the Supreme Court suspended Byron D. Corley for two years, with

Mansfield attorney suspended for dodging malpractice settlement payment2021-04-16T05:38:43-04:00

Civil damages cap may discourage Holyoke families from taking Massachusetts to court

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — At least 76 people at the Holyoke Veterans’ Home died from COVID-19 complications, according to a devastating, independent report released by state officials Wednesday.   Attorney Steve Schafer thinks 76 families have a pretty strong medical malpractice case against the

Civil damages cap may discourage Holyoke families from taking Massachusetts to court2021-04-16T14:00:48-04:00

Parents charged with neglect of baby treated for brain, other injuries

RICHMOND, Ind. — Both parents have been charged with neglect after their baby daughter was treated for brain and other injuries attributed to abuse.   Matthew James Shaffer, 27, and Casey Renee Miller, 26, were each charged Thursday with five neglect of a

Parents charged with neglect of baby treated for brain, other injuries2021-04-15T14:42:00-04:00
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