Can You Sue on Behalf of Your Injured Child in Massachusetts?

As a parent, there is nothing worse than a child’s pain. If your child has been injured due to the negligence of another party, you may feel angry, devastated, and passionate about holding the responsible party liable. Because children cannot legally file a civil action until they are 18 years of age, the state of […]
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Facial Injuries Caused By Motorcycle Accidents in Massachusetts

Motorcyclists are at a high risk of being involved in an accident with a motor vehicle. Indeed, while motorcycles only make up a fraction of vehicles on the road, they are involved in a higher percentage of accidents, proportionally, compared to passenger cars. While motorcyclists are at risk of numerous injuries in the event of […]
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Who Is Liable for an Accident Caused By Damaged Roads in Massachusetts?

The vast majority of car accidents that occur in our state and nationwide are the result of drivers’ negligence. Things like driving too fast for conditions, driving while distracted, and speeding are common causes of car crashes. But drivers aren’t always to blame for accidents—sometimes, unforeseen hazards such as road defects are the cause of […]
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Who Pays for Medical Bills After a Car Accident in Massachusetts?

Even minor accidents have the potential to cause injuries to occupants of the vehicles involved, and major accidents are almost guaranteed to result in a mountain of medical bills. As you recover from a crash physically and psychologically, mounting medical bills can be overwhelming. What’s more, you may be confused as to who should pay […]
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What Happens if a Teen Driver Has a Car Accident with a Learner’s Permit?

Learning to drive is an exciting time for most teen drivers. However, recognizing that driving is a skill that takes time to develop and can be dangerous, the state of Massachusetts requires new teen drivers to obtain a learner’s permit before earning the right to drive unsupervised. While drivers with learner’s permits must have another […]
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Stairwell Accidents in Massachusetts

Falling down the stairs can cause serious injuries, and can even lead to fatal harm in severe cases. While some falls aren’t preventable, the majority of stairway accidents wouldn’t occur but for unsafe conditions. At the office of Tetzel Law, our Massachusetts personal injury attorney will aggressively advocate for you if you’re been injured in […]
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Stomach Pain After a Car Accident in Massachusetts

Being involved in a car accident may be a terrifying experience, and can leave you with both psychological and physical injuries, as well as financial losses. While some injuries may appear immediately and be very obvious—such as a broken bone or a laceration that causes external bleeding—other injuries are not immediately detectable to the naked […]
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T-Boned in Massachusetts

While driving may be something that you do every day, it’s one of the most common causes of accidents and injuries. While a minor fender-bender may not leave you with any major harm, a T-bone accident is much more serious. At the law office of Tetzel Law, our experienced car accident attorney can provide representation […]
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What Happens if You’re Injured Using a Rideshare or Uber in Massachusetts?

Rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft have become an important part of the transportation infrastructure in Massachusetts. While these services safely transport thousands of people yearly in our state, they are not immune to the risk of accidents. If you are involved in an accident when you’re using an Uber or another rideshare service […]
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