Archive for January, 2014

Five Frequently Asked Questions in Personal Injury Cases

Do I have a case? One of the first questions that comes to mind after someone has been injured in an accident is, “do I have a case?”  In some cases, it can be difficult to determine right away who the at-fault party is and whether a third-party acted negligently or recklessly such that they […]

Car Accidents, Dog Bite, Massachusetts Dram Shop Attorney, medical malpractice, Motorcycle Accidents, Negligent Security, pedestrian accidents, Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Trucking Accidents, Uncategorized

“No Damage for Delay” clause does not bar recovery

A Massachusetts Superior Court has recently ruled that a “No Damage for Delay” clause in a construction contract did not preclude a ceiling installation subcontractor from recovering “loss of productivity damages” as a result of the general contractor’s mismanagement of the project. Relying on the “No Damage for Delay” clause, the general contractor argued that […]

Construction Contracts, Construction Law

Child Birth Deaths Trigger Internal Review at South Shore Hospital

According to reports, South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, MA is conducting an internal review and has notified state officials after two women died from complications during childbirth in one month. Hospital spokesperson, Sarah Darcy, said Sunday that the deaths last Wednesday and December 14 appeared to be “unpredictable” and “unpreventable”. It is this writer’s opinion […]

medical malpractice, Personal Injury, wrongful death