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Car insurance is often a confusing and tricky topic. Most auto insurance coverages follow the car around, which means that the coverage applies if that specific car is involved in an accident or claim, regardless of the driver. Underinsured coverage (Part 12 of the MA Standard Automobile Policy) follows you and the people that live in...
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After experiencing a terrible accident or fall, the last thing you want to be worrying about is the logistics of what “filing a personal injury claim” actually means. When filing such a claim, there are many grey areas that can often get confusing and overwhelming. In such a stressful moment in your life, it’s so important...
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Whenever you are in an accident, your mind is definitely in other places- Now what? Who do I call? Am I hurt? How much is this goingto cost me? The questions you ask yourself are endless. However, if there is one thing that I want my readers, family, friends, and clients to think of, it’s...
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“Slip and Fall” Accidents Now that the winter, ice, and snow are officially here in New England, it’s more important than ever to know how to react if you should find yourself in a slippery situation. Here is some background information on “Slip and Fall” accidents caused by snow, rain, or ice. This type of...
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When it comes to hiring a lawyer, it is very important to establish trust and good rapport. What better way than through the referral of a trusted friend or family member? Most businesses rely heavily on their satisfied customers providing referrals to family, friends, and co-workers. This is especially true in the field of law and...
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A car accident can happen in the blink of an eye. Do you know what you are entitled to if you decide to proceed with a claim? It is so important to understand your rights, in case you are involved in an accident and need to file a claim. 1. If you are hurt in...
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Several states are now considering legislation that would allow family members and possibly others to access your Facebook account after you die.  The link below is to a good article on the subject.  You should check your states’ laws on this issue and consult an attorney if you are concerned about it.            What do...
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