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September 2015 Archives

Do semi-trucks have to tie down cargo in Massachusetts?

Massachusetts residents have all seen flatbed semi-truck hauling massive loads across our state, and many of us have wondered what would happen if that load was improperly or inadequately secured. No one knows for certain what would happen in any particular circumstance, but the potential for damage and injuries is great. Therefore, truck drivers and the companies for which they work need to take extra precautions to ensure that their cargo is properly secured.

Can Massachusetts residents be hurt by anesthesia errors?

Modern day medicine, in comparison to the medical world of 100 years ago, is nothing short of miraculous. X-rays can help Massachusetts doctors see broken bones, CAT scans can give a better view of internal organs and surgical robots can make surgeries less intrusive. Though these medical advances are beneficial for the vast majority of patients, they are not without their dangers, and those who are wrongly hurt should not be forgotten.

Our MA legal team stands up to workers' compensation insurers

Our last post on the blog discussed conciliation and how it may be a favorable route for Massachusetts residents seeking a workers' compensation settlement. Conciliation may save you a significant amount of time, and the process may be less adversarial. However, as mentioned last week, it is critical that Massachusetts residents do not enter into conciliation without fully knowing your legal rights and the amount of compensation to which you are entitled.

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