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Trampoline Parks Wrought with Risk of Injury…Attend your Children, and Know your Rights

In Catastrophe, Misc Topics, Other Injuries, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Uncategorized by John Tramontozzi

Neil Anderson, Esq., et al. I am a father of a very active, energetic, enthusiastic and athletic six-year-old boy. No wonder that I am frequently looking for attractive things for him to do that do not involve a screen. Things that  are fun and burn energy. Recently, we discovered together a local trampoline park. At the time it seemed like …

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INJURY SETTLEMENT CAN TAKE WEEKS OR YEARS

In Auto Accidents, Catastrophe, Misc Topics, Other Injuries, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury, Work Related Injury, Wrongful Death by John Tramontozzi

INJURY SETTLEMENT IS NO SHORT PROCESS. No two personal injury cases are alike. While there may be similarities, fact patterns, issues of liability, injuries, the parties (and who may represent the parties) differ, even if slightly.  For instance, let’s say there are two plaintiffs. They had nearly identical auto accidents. Both got rear-ended while stopped at the same stoplight, and …

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With the Holidays Approaching, Avoid Escalator Accidents

In Catastrophe, Uncategorized by John Tramontozzi

Written by Neil O. Anderson, Esq. of Tramontozzi Law Offices, September 27, 2018 Escalator Accidents are not as uncommon as one might think Some experts estimate that there are 12,000 to 15,000 escalator accidents annually in the United States. According to a report by Safety Research Strategies, Inc., while there are substantially fewer escalators than elevators, escalator injuries occur 15 …

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Recent Gas Explosions are Taking Their Toll on Residents

In Catastrophe, Misc Topics, Other Injuries, Personal Injury, Uncategorized, Wrongful Death by John Tramontozzi

Gas Explosions Rock the Merrimack Valley Recently, our neighbors in Andover, North Andover, and Lawrence suffered extreme hardship. Over-pressured gas lines serviced by Columbia Gas Company burst. The burst lines caused mass fires and explosions. The result is at least 25 injuries, the death of a teenager, mass evacuations., and countless residents without gas service. Residents from these communities are …