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 …  

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 …  

Who Pays Medical Bills If You Are Injured in a Car Accident and Why Must a Medical Lien be Honored?

By:       Leslie S. Harkavy, Esquire One of the first questions you ask yourself when injured in an automobile accident, is who will pay my medical bills?  If the accident is not your fault, you naturally assume the responsible party will pay your medical bills.  You are not at fault.  Why should you or your insurance …  

If You Hire a Massachusetts Personal Injury Attorney Because You Were Hurt in an Accident, Does It Mean You Are Going to Court?

By Karen Piso Nadeau, Esquire  The short answer to this question is no.  Just because you decide to pursue a case against the responsible party does NOT mean you are going to court.  The fact you retain a personal injury lawyer to represent you does NOT trigger a lawsuit being filed in a Massachusetts court.  …