Navigating the complexities of car insurance after an car accident in Massachusetts, a no-fault insurance state, can be daunting. This article aims to demystify the process, focusing on how different types of insurance work in the event of an accident and what you need to know to secure appropriate compensation. Disclaimer: This information is for […]
Negligent driver fled the scene or doesn’t have enough insurance after a car accident in Massachusetts
Too often, individuals suffer serious and disabling injuries as a result of a vehicle related accident, but the person or business responsible does not carry enough insurance to adequately compensate him or her. For example, a man was permanently disabled after being struck by a motor vehicle while he was walking to his car.
In the winter months of New England, especially in Massachusetts, slip and fall accidents in parking lots, on private property, and at places like grocery stores become increasingly common. These accidents, often involving snow accumulation or ice hazards, can lead to serious slip and fall injuries. Property and business owners have a duty of care
Property Owners and Contractors in Massachusetts Liable for Injuries Caused by Building Code Violations In Massachusetts, property owners, business owners, and contractors are legally responsible for ensuring their buildings, including commercial buildings like retail stores and parking lots, are safe. Failure to comply with state building codes can lead to dangerous conditions causing fall accidents
If your special needs child in Massachusetts was injured in an accident and was awarded a personal injury settlement, you may be wondering if they can accept the funds without losing their Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and MassHealth benefits. For example, in a personal injury case an individual with special needs was severely injured when