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 …  

A Massachusetts Drunken Driving Tragedy and Holding Those Responsible Accountable after One Young Girl Dies and her Friend Suffers Devastating Injuries Due to Drunk Driving

By:  Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire and Leslie S. Harkavy, Esquire On December 29, 2019, on Route 139 in Pembroke, MA, the unthinkable happened forever changing the lives of two families. A 13-year-old girl died and her 13-year-old friend was in critical condition after a two-vehicle crash. According to NBC10 Boston News, a driver, operating a …  

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 …  

Massachusetts Personal Injury Cases – 5 Questions Asked and Answered

By:  Karen Nadeau, Esquire Our firm frequently encounters concerns by our clients who have suffered serious personal injuries due to someone else’s negligence. Often the fear of the unknown causes victims to hesitate to hold those responsible for their harm accountable. Once these 5 questions are answered, our clients are ready to begin the journey …