Staying Protected from Man’s Best Friend

June 8th, 2018

A lot of people consider themselves dog lovers – and all for good reasons too. They are loyal, smart, and always there for you no matter what. Over 36% of the United States own at least one dog1, which is why dogs are proven to have many positive effects on people.  Dogs may seem like […]

Why it’s Worse to Wait – Car Accidents and Delayed Injuries

June 5th, 2018

Sometimes after a car accident, personal injuries to the person involved do not always present themselves right away. Because of this, the injured party might ignore the recommendation of getting checked out at a hospital and just leave the scene.  This may seem like a good idea for a way to avoid ambulance fees, but […]

Memorial Day Weekend – How to Stay Safe

May 25th, 2018

Memorial Day weekend brings us cookouts, festively decorated parties, and some good old patriotic celebrating. Another thing that Memorial Day brings us is car accidents. According to an article on CBS News, Memorial Day is actually the deadliest holiday for auto accidents – so be aware and be careful on the roads. Below are some […]

Rear-End Car Accidents: Denton v. Universal Am-Can, Ltd.

May 15th, 2018

One of the most common types of car accidents that occur are rear-end collisions. These accidents can range from a low-speed contact hit to a chain reaction crash on a highway; similar to what happened to James Denton in 2011. 1 Denton v. Universal Am-Can, Ltd. James Denton, 53, was driving southbound on the highway […]

Motorcycle Awareness Month – Safety Tips For You

May 1st, 2018

Our office handles motorcycle crashes and since May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month it’s important to keep in mind safety precautions before you hop on your bike for the first ride of the season. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclist deaths occur 27 times more frequently than fatalities in other vehicles. […]

Delayed Injuries: What You Should Know

March 2nd, 2018

Moments after getting into an accident there will be a million thoughts running through your head like, how much damage is there? Will your car be expensive to fix? How will you pay for it? Since your mind is so consumed with these other thoughts and pure shock that you actually got into an accident, […]

Reading Your MRI

January 12th, 2018

After experiencing a personal injury, it’s important to follow up with a doctor immediately after. During your visit and depending on the injury sustained, your doctor might take a MRI. Upon receiving your MRI results, your doctor will most likely throw some medical gibberish at you and expect you to understand what it means. Consequently, […]

Hoverboards: Safety Risks and Legal Claims

January 13th, 2016

Experienced Attorneys Assisting Hoverboard Injury Victims throughout MA & RI Hoverboards were one of the most popular Christmas gifts in 2015, for kids and adults. But they have come under intense scrutiny for two startling reasons: 1) potential fire hazards when charging these devices, and 2) personal injuries resulting from falls and collisions. What is […]

Misconceptions about Whiplash

September 17th, 2015

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Whiplash Injury Attorneys Whiplash is a commonly used term to describe a group of neck injuries that result from rear-end car crashes and other traumatic accidents. Like other neck and spine injuries, whiplash can range in severity from a relatively mild injury to a serious condition with long-term, life-altering complications. As […]

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March 17th, 2015

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 difficult or impossible for the body to carry vital messages to the brain.  The injury […]

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