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National Brain Injury Awareness Month Helps Spread Awareness of These Injuries

March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month and today is Brain Injury Awareness Day. The purpose of these occasions is to help raise awareness and educate the public about prevention of these devastating injuries. Each year, more than 3.5 million… Read More

Massachusetts Ranked 49th in Report on States with Worst DUI Problems

New York is the only state that ranks better than Massachusetts in BackgroundChecks.org's new report ranking states from worst to best for drunk driving problems, including deaths and arrests. Massachusetts was ranked 49th, making it the second-best… Read More

AAA Survey: Most Americans Fear Sharing Roads with Autonomous Vehicles

Some innovations occur at a faster pace than people are ready to accept. A new AAA survey reveals that this is the case with self-driving vehicles. Seventy eight percent of respondents to the survey said they would be afraid to ride in a self-driving… Read More

Types of Compensation You Could Recover in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

If your personal injury lawsuit is successful, you could recover various forms of compensation to help you manage the physical, financial and emotional damages caused by your severe injury. This is the only way the legal system can help you deal with… Read More

Early Estimates Show Traffic Deaths Increased Six Percent in 2016

There were 40,000 deaths on our nation's roads last year, a six percent increase compared to 2015 and the most deaths in 10 years, according to preliminary data from the National Safety Council (NSC). This continues a trend of increasing traffic fatalities… Read More

Study Finds Long-Term Use of Proton Pump Inhibitors May Increase Risk of Kidney Damage

Approximately 15 million Americans use proton pump inhibitor (PPI) medications to treat heartburn, a condition in which acid from the stomach travels into the esophagus. Unfortunately, a new study has linked long-term use of PPI drugs such as Prevacid,… Read More

Most Young Millennial Drivers Engaged in Risky Driving Behaviors in Past 30 Days

This might come as a surprise, but 16-18-year-old drivers are not the worst-behaved drivers on the road. A new survey from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reveals that young millennials between 19 and 24-years-old were more likely to engage in risky… Read More

Four Things You Need to Prove to Succeed in a Medical Malpractice Case

Each day, thousands of patients rely on doctors and other medical professionals to provide appropriate treatment, which could include prescribing the right medications, performing surgery or recommending tests to diagnose your medical issues. Unfortunately,… Read More

Reasons Your Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Claim Can Be Denied

Unfortunately, workers' compensation insurers will look for any reason to deny your Massachusetts workers' compensation claim. If you review the most common reasons claims are denied, you can determine how to improve the odds of your claim being approved. Improper… Read More

Iowa Verdict for Brain Injured Child

Ken Suggs, assisted by Adam Janet and local counsel Fred James, went to trial in late January, representing a 6-year-old child who was injured at birth because her doctor allowed her mother to be taken off continuous fetal monitoring and to be monitored… Read More

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