Understanding the effects of a traumatic brain injury
for a man who was partially paralyzed as the result of a motor vehicle collision. The plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle in which the operator was over-served at a club in Haverhill. Expert testimony was used to prove that improper training and serving procedures led to the over-serving of alcohol.
in Middlesex County Superior Court (Cambridge, MA) for a young man injured at the Haverhill train station when the train began pulling away as he was boarding. A final offer of $25,000.00 was rejected. With interest, the final judgment was over $500.00.00.
In Essex County for a boy under 2 years old who fell from a landing in rented apartment due to improper construction of a railing
At Finbury & Sullivan, P.C., we understand how serious a concussion can be. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, you may be worried about the potential short-term and long-term effects of a brain injury. Even a small collision can result in...
It’s every parent’s worst nightmare to find out a child has been involved in a car accident. Unfortunately, auto accidents are the main cause of death for teenagers between the ages of 16 and 19, say the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2011, more than...
It’s common to see large trucks on highways across Massachusetts, but people may not realize there is also a danger of being harmed in a truck accident on city or country roads. One of the most common types of trucks to encounter on a residential street, increasing...