Month: March 2015

drive safely sign

A recent study by the American Automobile Association (AAA) highlights some startling driving behaviors despite broad awareness that these behaviors may cause serious injury or death. Risky Driving Habits Have you engaged in any of these risky driving behaviors in the … Continue reading

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We applaud the Rhode Island Senate’s recent steps toward joining CT and other states banning handheld cellphone calls while driving. Senate Bill 0267, sponsored by Sen. Susan Sosnowski, was passed in the RI Senate on March 19 by unanimous vote.  Violators … Continue reading

If you have been injured in an accident or as a result of medical malpractice, you’ve got enough to deal with as it is. Between recovering from your injuries, coping with the emotional toll of the accident, dealing with the … Continue reading

Every day, approximately 2,000 workers in the United States suffer eye injuries on the job. However, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reports that up to 90% of these injuries may be avoidable simply with the use … Continue reading

brain injury

What do you know about brain injury, its causes, and treatment? What is brain injury? Brain injury is a complex condition that impacts each person differently. Brain injury typically affects the neurons and nerve tracts in the brain, making it … Continue reading

Corporations will place profits over safety. This is a repeating truth in our world history. When corporations knowingly risk human lives in order to avoid financial loss, this, to me, is one of the most severe types of injustice. In … Continue reading

Experienced Attorney Fighting for Nursing Home Abuse Victims in Massachusetts and Rhode Island No one likes to think about it happening, but we all know it does. Every day, elderly nursing home residents throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts suffer as … Continue reading

Were you injured a RI car accident, and then learned that the at fault party – the person who caused the accident – had insurance, but not enough to cover your losses? You may still have recourse with underinsured motorist … Continue reading

The scene of a motorcycle accident can be a bone-chilling site: A car on the shoulder with its hazard lights blinking; a distressed-looking driver pacing back and forth as he talks into his cell phone; shards of plastic and metal … Continue reading

Massachusetts law requires that all individuals who believe they have a medical condition that could impair their driving ability to report their condition to the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). Once the RMV assesses a self-report, it will instruct the … Continue reading