What Could Have Been Done to Avoid the Tragic Death and Catastrophic Injuries Suffered by the Victims of a Vehicle Colliding into the Front of an Apple Store in Hingham, Massachusetts?

By: Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire On November 21, 2022, a man was killed, and nineteen other people were injured when an SUV went off the designated roadway of a parking plaza and collided into the store front of an Apple Store in Hingham, MA. The Toyota 4Runner collided into the store’s front glass. The driver …  Read More

Five Common Mistakes Seen in Massachusetts While Representing Personal Injury Victims Hurt in Accidents and Five Tips for The New Year – Part 1

By Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire The past year presented new clients with some of the same old problems to overcome.  Most of these problems could have been easily avoided, making the likelihood of a successful personal injury result much higher for our clients.  Many of these issues we have successfully conquered for our clients resulting …  Read More

You May Want To Think Twice Before Allowing Someone To Drive Your Vehicle in Massachusetts

By Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire  It’s easy to imagine.  Someone needs to borrow your car to run an errand into Boston, or needs some wheels while their car is in the repair shop to get to work in Cambridge, or to cart their kids around Arlington. It’s natural to be generous and respond, “Yes, of …  Read More

When the Insurance Company Blames the Massachusetts Victim Injured in an Accident

By Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire Many people in Massachusetts assume that if they are injured in an accident, they can recover against the individual or business (note: usually recovery is from their insurance companies) involved in the accident simply because they were hurt. This is not the case. Just because you were hurt in a …  Read More

11 Things Everyone Must Know If Involved in a Car Accident in Massachusetts

By:  Leslie S. Harkavy, Esquire and Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire With Phase 2 starting Monday June 8th, there will be more of us on the road again. Recently, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced the 1st Step of Phase 2 of the Massachusetts re-opening would begin on Monday, June 8th (with the start for Step 2 …  Read More

The Impact of the Coronavirus on Motor Vehicle Traffic, Car Accidents and Road Fatalities in Massachusetts

By:  Karen Nadeau, Esquire   During the Stay at Home Advisory we are doing a lot less driving. Why? -Many of us have no commute to work. Some sadly lost their jobs and others work remotely. -Those of us accustomed to juggling kids to and from school, sports and other extracurricular activities now yearn for …  Read More

Massachusetts Coronavirus Bicycle Outing Ends in Wrongful Death and Serious Injuries After Car Negligently Collides With a Family

By: Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire In Massachusetts, the coronavirus emergency has mandated the closures of nonessential businesses, daycares, schools and colleges. This has forced many families to unite under one roof and stay at home. Social distancing, working remotely, attending school on-line with the help of zoom, college lectures and exams on-line, and in my …  Read More

Massachusetts Law about Snow and Ice Removal – What Property Owners Need To Know

By:  Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire and Leslie S. Harkavy, Esquire What are the obligations of property owners in Massachusetts for removing snow, ice and dangerous conditions on their property?   We have represented both the injured victims as well as the property owners, landlords and business owners in cases whereby someone has been injured due to …  Read More

Who is Responsible for Personal Injuries Caused by Cars Crashing into Buildings in Massachusetts?

By:  Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire In Massachusetts, there have been a number of recent car crashes into buildings, some with devastating consequences leaving people with serious personal injuries or even death. Grocery stores, convenient stores, malls, restaurants, and other businesses are typically bustling with employees and customers, especially now during the holiday season. As employees …  Read More