Massachusetts Personal Injury Blog

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Design Defects & Expert Evidence

By on November 28, 2017
When Expert Evidence is Necessary

In Massachusetts, to establish a product’s liability claim for defective design a plaintiff must show that the manufacturer of a product “failed to exercise reasonable care to eliminate avoidable or foreseeable dangers to the user of the product.” A defective design case thus requires proof that the product is not reasonably safe for its intended […]

New Rule for Medical Malpractice Tribunals in Massachusetts

By on November 9, 2017
New Rule for Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice cases are often cumbersome and lengthy. The tribunal process alone can take as long as a year, and sometimes even more. In 2018, this will all change thanks to Superior Court Rule 73 recently approved by the Supreme Judicial Court. How Medical Malpractice Tribunals Work Today As discussed in the December 2015 issue […]

Do Not Pass Go: The Massachusetts Tort Threshold

By on October 26, 2017

Motor vehicle liability insurance varies greatly among states, from the amount of minimum coverage required to different standards that govern the right to recovery for bodily injury resulting from an accident. In Massachusetts there exists a limited no-fault system, referred to as Personal Injury Protection (PIP), which covers the insured and passengers for medical expenses, […]