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February 2017 Archives

What should be done following car accidents

One sees the car coming, but there is nothing that can be done. Suddenly, there is a loud crash. Car accidents occur every day across Massachusetts. Fortunately, many of these accidents cause only minor damage; however, there are those that do cause major damage. In either case, it is possible that legal assistance may be needed to resolve the situation.

Car accidents can occur anywhere -- even inside a building

They happen on a daily basis. In almost every city across Massachusetts, car accidents are a constant concern. The majority are minor accidents with only minimal damage to the vehicles and individuals. However, some are more intense and result in serious damage and injury.

Hospital malpractice in the form of medication errors

Heart patients are often concerned about the outcome of their hospital stay. Many times, there is little time to prepare for a needed procedure, and the patient must trust that the Massachusetts hospital staff will do whatever is necessary to correct any problems that are discovered. Unfortunately, a recent research report indicates that in addition to their medical condition, heart patients need to also be concerned about the possibility of hospital malpractice in the form of medication errors.

The serious, painful consequences of car accidents

A recent accident on the Massachusetts Turnpike resulted in serious injuries and the closure of one lane of traffic. This collision between two vehicles illustrates the serious consequences of car accidents and what can happen when people make reckless or negligent decisions while behind the wheel. In this accident, two people were trapped in their car for an extended amount of time.

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