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Three potential defendants in a building collapse case – Laura Daly

July 22nd, 2021|0 Comments

  If you have been injured as a result of a building code violation, you may be able to recover damages under an area of personal injury law called premises liability.   In Massachusetts, a violation of the building code can provide sufficient evidence of a property owner's negligence, if the violation somehow caused your injury. For example, crumbling

Another child dies in home elevator accident, days after regulators pushed for recall

July 19th, 2021|0 Comments

A 7-year-old boy was killed in a home elevator accident at a beach rental home in North Carolina’s Outer Banks, three days after federal regulators pushed another major elevator manufacturer to fix a similar problem The boy was discovered Saturday night trapped between the bottom of the elevator car and the home’s upper door frame, according to Rich Shortway, fire chief

PREMISES LIABILITY: Importance of proper design, maintenance regarding structured to ensure safety

July 15th, 2021|0 Comments

Did you know that during the month of May, Boston participated in Building Safety Month By: Joseph Swartz Senior Trial Lawyer - Contract and Business Litigation, Employment Litigation, Inadequate Security & Premises Liability Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, Wrongful Death In fact, Building Safety Month is an annual international campaign that reinforces the need for the adoption of modern, safe

EMPLOYMENT LAW: Defining the Term Employee in Workers Comp Lawsuit

July 12th, 2021|0 Comments

Most lists of supremely influential heads of government in European history contain the name of Otto von Bismarck. After a confederation of German states under his leadership decisively defeated France, which had sought to restore its hegemony on the Continent, he orchestrated the unification of Germany in 1871 and served as its first chancellor for the next two decades, dominating European diplomatic affairs.

PREMISES LIABILITY: Importance of regular safety engineering inspection reports

July 12th, 2021|0 Comments

Like many people in Boston and across the entire country, we’ve been wondering how it’s possible for part of a building to collapse, what caused the collapse and who’s ultimately responsible. By: Laura Daly Trial Lawyer - Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Product Liability & Sexual Assault The partial collapse of the condo building in Surfside, Florida has been on

Calculating pain and suffering after an auto accident

July 7th, 2021|0 Comments

Psychological distress, sleepless nights caused by stress and pain, or even a loss of enjoyment of life, can all be experienced by victims of auto accidents. By: David Angueira Senior Trial Lawyer - Employment Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, Discrimination, Whistle Blower, False Claims At Swartz & Swartz PC., we know it’s not just physical injuries that happen when an auto accident occurs –

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE: CDC investigating TB cases linked to tainted bone repair product

July 6th, 2021|0 Comments

Federal and state health officials are investigating a rare tuberculosis outbreak among more than 100 patients who may have been infected after having spinal surgery or fracture repairs this spring with a bone product contaminated with the bacteria that causes TB. The manufacturer of the bone repair product has recalled 154 containers of the material — a malleable bone putty that includes

PERSONAL INJURY: Attorney James Swartz talks about Miami Building Collapse & what you can do to protect yourself

July 1st, 2021|0 Comments

  Every year, 1000s of people are injured due the negligence of parties that don't take the proper steps to keep people safe and unfortunately it has even lead to wrongful death. As we hope and pray daily that more persons are found through  the search and rescue efforts at the Champlain Towers in Florida an active investigation is

WRONGFUL TERMINATION: Former MA Chief Files Federal Lawsuit over Firing

June 28th, 2021|0 Comments

A former Rockport fire chief is suing the town for wrongful termination, claiming his dismissal hearing 10 months before retirement was "ridiculing, disparaging and defamatory." ROCKPORT, MA— Former Fire Chief James Doyle has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the town of Rockport in federal court. In the complaint, Doyle's attorney characterizes the termination hearing at which the chief was fired as "ridiculing, disparaging and defamatory," and

PRODUCT RECALL: La Paloma Recalls Girls’ Nightgowns Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard

June 28th, 2021|0 Comments

This recall involves La Paloma “Girl’s Nightgowns.” They are 100% cotton and were sold in sizes 2 through 9 and in the following prints: Little Wings, Paloma Stripe, Evergreen, Scandi Shapes, and Holly Horse.  The long-sleeved nightgowns have an elastic pleated neckline and wrists. “100% Cotton. Made ethically in China. Turn inside out, machine wash cool with like colors tumble dry



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