Category: Blog

The Basics of Incorporating your Business in Massachusetts
By: Corey Pontes | Associate Incorporating a small business is a great idea for individuals who want to limit their personal liability for debts of a business. In incorporating your [...]
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Important Information you need to know when charged with Operating Under the Influence (OUI) in…
By: Kate A. Messinger | Associate Facing a charge of Operating under the Influence can be frightening and confusing and it is important to understand that you have rights and [...]
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Has your child suffered injuries from lead paint?
Patricia Alexandre, Esq.| Law Clerk Families moving into an older home with children under the age of six should be extremely cautious of lead paint. Hundreds of young children are [...]
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Opened-End Mortgages in Rhode Island
By: Raymond C. Pelote | Partner Open-end mortgages in Rhode Island are a useful security tool for creditors in an effort to secure any and all outstanding obligations a creditor [...]
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Massachusetts Mechanic’s Lien: Security interest for those who have supplied labor or materials that improve…
By: Ryan E. Prophett | Associate Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 254, Sections 1-24, sets forth a statutory mechanism to provide security to contractors, subcontractors, laborers and suppliers for the value [...]
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MEDICAL MALPRACTICE OR UNFORTUNATE MEDICAL END RESULT?
By: Dina M. Swanson | Partner You or a loved one may have recently undergone surgery or visited a doctor and unfortunately, did not receive the results you expected. You [...]
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The Importance of Uninsured and Underinsured Automobile Insurance Coverage
Patricia Alexandre, Esq. | Law Clerk In Massachusetts, drivers choose to take risks every day by operating motor vehicles without insurance. What drivers don’t know is that they are still [...]
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Injured at Work? Information employees need to know about Massachusetts Workers Compensation Laws
By: John J. O’Day Jr. | Partner Massachusetts has had Worker’s Compensation laws since 1912. The law was designed to distribute benefits on a “no fault” basis. Thus, it does [...]
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Slip and Fall: Accident or Owner Liability?
By: Charles Mulcahy, Esq. | Partner Many individuals are injured as a result of slip and falls. First, a determination needs to be made whether the slip and fall is [...]
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“The Importance of Optional Insurance Coverage for Motorcycle Operators”
Patricia Alexandre, Esq. | Law Clerk With the warmer weather here and the days longer, you will notice many people taking their motorcycles out for a ride. Although this may [...]
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