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$4.65M medical malpractice award of interest in Massachusetts

On any given day, scores of Massachusetts residents enter a hospital seeking treatment for some ailment or condition. These individuals generally expect that they will be seen by one or more doctors and that their condition will be treated. Additionally, they expect that these doctors will communicate with each other and the nursing staff to ensure that a proper diagnosis is reached and an appropriate course of treatment is prescribed. Anything less than conscientious treatment of a patient could possibly be considered medical malpractice.

Car accidents: Massachusetts police investigate fatal crash

A car accident can happen at any moment. Because of this, most driver education courses emphasize defensive driving techniques that can help in avoiding car accidents. Unfortunately, even the safest driver cannot always avoid the actions of others. Police in Massachusetts are currently investigating a recent collision that resulted in a fatality.

Teenager killed in workplace accident

When working with large, industrial equipment, workers are often made aware of the potential dangers. Even though most companies have safety procedures in place, a workplace accident can still happen, leaving families in Massachusetts wondering how they will cope with the consequences. Unfortunately, one out-of-state family is likely still coming to terms with the news that their loved one was killed in an accident while at work.

Massachusetts police seek driver in fatal pedestrian accident

Every single driver in Massachusetts has a responsibility to those with whom they come into contact while operating a motor vehicle. Part of this responsibility involves ensuring that any negligent actions do not cause harm to someone else. If harm is caused, the law requires that the driver remain on the scene to provide aid, even if that aid is only to call emergency responders to the scene. Police say that the driver of a car involved in a recent pedestrian accident did not stay at the scene.

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