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Wrongful Death

A Boston man died after he got trapped in the door of a Red Line subway car. The T isn’t answering basic questions about what happened.

Almost two days after a 39-year-old Boston man died after he got trapped in the door of a Red Line subway car, the MBTA declined to answer basic questions about what happened. Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority spokesman Joe Pesaturo declined to

A Boston man died after he got trapped in the door of a Red Line subway car. The T isn’t answering basic questions about what happened.2022-04-19T08:40:44-04:00

Know What Legal Damages Come Under Wrongful Death Cases

The loss of a beloved one can be deeply challenging, particularly if the cause of death of your adored one is a consequence of a third individual or party's negligence. In these circumstances, pursuing the help of a reputable Boston wrongful death lawyer becomes indispensable.

Know What Legal Damages Come Under Wrongful Death Cases2022-04-07T05:28:56-04:00

Accidents Leading to Wrongful Death: Hire a Lawyer to Help you Through

It won’t be surprising to find out that Super Bowl Sundays have been one of the most popular sports celebrations in the United States. In fact, millions of Americans get excited and tune in when it comes to the National Football League’s Championship. People in

Accidents Leading to Wrongful Death: Hire a Lawyer to Help you Through2022-03-02T06:03:40-04:00

Reasons Why You Should Hire a Wrongful Death Lawyer

Losing a loved one is extremely painful. It not only affects you emotionally but also financially. Consequently, you need to hire a wrongful death lawyer in Boston to help you get the deserved compensation to take care of your finances. Wrongful death is an incident

Reasons Why You Should Hire a Wrongful Death Lawyer2022-01-27T09:23:07-04:00

The Rise of Massachusetts Drowning Incidents in 2021

As we see the restrictions easing down, the residents of Massachusetts are diving back into water sports like swimming, boating, and fishing. But, studies show that there are an estimated 3,960 fatal unintentional drownings every year in the United States, including boating-related drownings. Massachusetts itself

The Rise of Massachusetts Drowning Incidents in 20212022-05-13T05:16:19-04:00
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