Archive for April, 2009

General Instructions For Personal Injury Clients

Things Which You Should NOT DO: Do not give any statements (written, recorded, or oral) to anyone concerning your accident or injuries without first getting our approval. Do not make any incorrect statements about prior injuries or accidents to any doctor who treats or examines you. If you don’t remember, say so. Do not change […]

Personal Injury

10 Tips to Help the Construction Sub-Contractor Get Paid

We’ve all heard the stories of the contractor who didn’t get paid or the sub who got “nicked” when the job ran over budget. The following are a few quick tips to increase your chances of collecting the amount you are entitled to: 1) When bidding or quoting a job, be sure to set a […]

Construction Law

6 Tips For Homeowners Starting a New Construction Project

For homeowners, starting a renovation or other new construction project can be an extremely stressful event. For many, it is also a major financial commitment that requires proper planning and preparation. One way to help make sure your next project is a successful one is by taking the time to hire quality professionals to do […]

Construction Law

Path of the Personal Injury Case

The Beginning For most people, the stress of lost income and high medical bills compounds the trauma of their physical injury. One of the first things your attorney will do is communicate directly with the insurance company. The team assigned to your case will follow up on your medical treatment, advise how best to deal […]

Personal Injury

Massachusetts Contractors–Is it Time to Review Your Contracts?

A well written contract is one of the most important tools a Massachusetts contractor can have. It insures there are no misunderstandings about what a job will include and what is to be expected of each party. More importantly, if you are a home improvement / repair contractor in Massachusetts, having a well drafted contract […]

Construction Law