Declaration of Homestead As discussed in an earlier issue of Legal News, a declaration of homestead protects a person’s principal residence from creditors. If you own any interest in property in Massachusetts and occupy or intend to occupy the home as a principal residence, you may file a declaration of homestead at the Registry of […]
Massachusetts Personal Injury Blog
Read the Massachusetts Personal Injury Blog to get the latest information on Massachusetts personal injury law, cases, safety tips, and general interest topics about Essex County, Massachusetts.
Personal Injury Protection Exclusions By statute Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits are required for all Massachusetts automobile insurance policies. This coverage provides for payment of “all reasonable expenses incurred within two years from the date of accident for necessary medical, surgical, x-ray, and dental services,” as well as lost wages and payments for necessary household […]
In Massachusetts, strong public policy mandates the highest quality of care in our health care facilities and the prompt discipline of errant physicians. That public policy is represented in a strict regulatory scheme covering virtually all aspects of hospital operations. Integral to this scheme is “an effective process for self-scrutiny, manifest most prominently in the […]
An easement in real estate is a limited, non-possessory right to enter and use land owned by another for a specific purpose and obligates the landowner not to interfere with the uses authorized by the easement. At law, the land on which the easement exists is referred to as the “servient estate” while the land […]
Whether you are renting or buying real estate, understanding sufficient written notice is crucial. Find out how a judge ruled in favor of a commercial tenant who terminated a lease through email. A Massachusetts Case Study In one recent case, a Massachusetts Superior Court judge found that a tenant’s email to the lessor provided sufficient […]