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- Personal Injury in Massachusetts from Assault
Assault cases in Massachusetts may lead to personal injury claims when the person sustained harm from the incident with the accused perpetrator. While assault and battery occur together in usual circumstances, sometimes injury through an event with assault is accidental or due to negligence rather than intentional harm.
- Xarelto Lawsuit Alleges Pharma Companies Rigged Clinical Trials
The Xarelto clinical trial results were compared to a Warfarin study that was mishandled in Eastern Europe.
- Even a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Can Affect You for Months
Many mild TBIs are classified as “concussions,” a fact which causes victims and their families to believe that it is not a serious matter. In reality, concussions and other forms of mild TBIs have the potential to cause serious symptoms months after the injury initially took place.
- Johnson & Johnson Hit with Talcum Powder Lawsuit in Connecticut
A wrongful death lawsuit was brought against Johnson & Johnson by the family of a woman who died of cancer.
- Do You Suspect Medical Malpractice? Here's Where You Should Start
Sometimes when seeking medical treatment, patients experience negative medical outcomes which healthcare providers simply cannot control. But on the other hand, there are times when they suffer from mistakes that can be attributed to medical malpractice. How can you tell if the latter has happened to you or a loved one? That question can be better explained once you know exactly what medical malpractice is.
- Who Is at Fault for an Injury? An Introduction to Liability
You might think it’s pretty simple. Car A went through an intersection, against the red light and hit Car B, injuring its driver, so Car A’s driver is at fault. Right? It’s not always as simple as it sounds. In a personal injury case there may be any number of causes and multiple parties who may be at fault for causing an injury.
- How Do I Know if I Need a Lawyer?
There are times in your life when you may be faced with legal issues. If you are injured due to no fault of your own, you may need legal representation to help you navigate the system. This article lists some of these situations that may require you to hire help.
- Expert Witness Establishes a Link Between Conduct and Injury in Negligence Cases
Negligence cases often involve some form of negative conduct on behalf of a professional that may lead to the injury, and this then progresses through the courts for compensation. When the claim becomes complicated or confusing, the expert steps in to unravel the problem and explain certain elements and aspects for better clarification.
- What an Expert Witness Does in Accident Reconstruction Cases
Experts hired for accidents often reconstruct the incident from the beginning to the end where the collision occurred. There are various factors evaluated during these processes which assist in understanding how the collision occurs, and the expert is able to connect certain elements to the defendant or plaintiff to assist in proving the need for compensation.
- What Are the Chances Your Personal Injury Claim Will Go to Court?
During free consultations with potential clients, many of them ask, “Will my case go to court?” We hear this question an awful lot, regardless of the type of case: a car wreck, medical malpractice, defective product, or premises liability.