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What You Need to Know About Pain and Suffering Damages in Massachusetts

Serious injuries are costly. They often result in a pile of ongoing medical bills and, in some cases, lost income due to an inability to work. But the costliest impacts of a serious injury are often those that are harder to quantify. Pain and suffering are both crucial parts of an injury claim, but many

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Who Are You Really Suing in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

You can sue an individual, a business, or several parties for your injury. Though it’s often an insurance company who will pay you compensation, insurers are not the ones you’ll name as defendants in a lawsuit. One of biggest obstacles injured people face in getting the compensation they deserve is the reluctance to “sue” someone.

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Who Is Liable If I Get Injured at a Beach in Massachusetts?

Most beachgoers hit the shore to have a good time. Unfortunately, a beach outing doesn’t always end well. When you’re injured on a beach, who is at fault? And perhaps more importantly, who can be held accountable for the injury-related costs you face? Determining Liability for a Beach Injury When determining who is responsible for

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Does Vaping Increase the Risk of COVID-19?

Scientists indicate that the answer is yes—vaping may increase the dangers connected to COVID-19. The virus itself has been devastating to the health and lives of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Since using e-cigarettes to vape can cause lung damage and other respiratory issues, the combination of the two could increase a person’s risk

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The Opioid Crisis: Massachusetts is Struggling

Facts on Opioid Addiction in Massachusetts: Opioids are a class of drugs found in the opium poppy plant. They are commonly used as painkillers. The most commonly used opioids are: OxyContin and Percocet (oxycodone), Vicodin (hydrocodone), Abstral, Fentora, and Duragesic (fentanyl), heroin, Duramorph (morphine), Demerol (meperidine) and Belbuca (buprenorphine). Massachusetts has one of the highest

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Fast Facts on Marijuana In Massachusetts

Marijuana and Driving in Massachusetts: Driving while high on marijuana is illegal and you could get an OUI There is no conclusive test for measuring THC impairment. Police officers use observational skills, field sobriety tests, and drug recognition to prosecute civilians. Breathalyzers that detect THC impairment are under development. After alcohol, marijuana is the drug

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Ways to Avoid Drowsy Driving

We all know how dangerous driving drunk is and how it results in car accidents. There are endless resources like ride-sharing and designated driving that have been set up to help stop drunk driving. So why aren’t we doing anything about drowsy driving? It’s common knowledge that you shouldn’t get behind the wheel drunk, but

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Antibiotics Linked to Aortic Aneurysm & Aortic Dissection

Fluoroquinolones are a group of widely-used, broad-spectrum antibiotics prescribed to treat a variety of respiratory and urinary tract infections. Unfortunately, they have also been long associated with a large number of dangerous complications and adverse health effects. Most recently, fluoroquinolone antibiotics have been shown to greatly increase the risk of aortic aneurysm and aortic dissections

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Elder Neglect and Abuse in Massachusetts Nursing Homes: How You Can Protect Your Senior Loved Ones

Massachusetts nursing homes have been making national news recently and yet again, it’s for all the wrong reasons. Last Wednesday, following a year-long investigation, the state’s Attorney General Maura Healey announced that serious instances of neglect have been discovered in as many as 7 elder care facilities across the Bay State. Healey said that her

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