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Why everyone should know what statute of limitations means

In Auto Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury, special needs, Uncategorized, Wrongful Death by John Tramontozzi

By Neil Anderson Esq. at Tramontozzi Law Offices You may be familiar with the phrase statute of limitations. Then again, you may not. Prior to law school, I myself, was blissfully unaware. It is a phrase however, that all of us need to know. Basically, the statute of limitations is a limit on the time you must bring an action …

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The Good Samaritan Law in Massachusetts, Bystander Protection and Responsibility

In Auto Accidents, disability, DUI and OUI, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury, Uncategorized, Wrongful Death by John Tramontozzi

Recently,we were faced with a sudden unexpected medical crisis at Tramontozzi Law Offices; a situation in which The Good Samaritan Law would be applicable. Through the combined efforts of civilian use of CPR on site with EMT Voice support and a swift response by medical professionals at Melrose Fire & Rescue, Melrose Wakefield Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, our client …

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Recent Gas Explosions are Taking Their Toll on Residents

In Catastrophy, 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 …

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Water Accidents Personal Injury: Swimming Pools, Water Ski, and Tubing

In Misc Topics, Other Injuries, Personal Injury, Uncategorized, Wrongful Death by Emily Smith

Summer is on the horizon in Massachusetts, and you can feel the excitement as many people head to the coasts for water activities. The water is a fun place to beat the heat and stay cool in the summer. Pools, lakes, oceans, and their activities are usually thought of as a fun and relaxing experience. What we don’t typically think …

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Medical Malpractice Claims for Prescription Errors

In Medical Malpractice, Uncategorized, Wrongful Death by Tramontozzi Law

Medical malpractice can occur in many different ways. To protect yourself in these circumstances it is helpful to understand the laws. Medical malpractice can include a variety of issues. Examples of medical malpractice are: performing surgery on the wrong part of the body or forgetting surgical equipment in a patient. Additionally, medical malpractice involves incorrect medical prescriptions. Also, making a diagnosis …

Workers’ Compensation Accidents

In Medical Malpractice, Other Injuries, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death by Tramontozzi Law

There are many kinds of accidents that qualify for a workers’ compensation claim. Examples include slip and fall accidents, construction site accidents, and accidents related to heavy machinery malfunctions. It’s important to have an experienced advocate on your side to protect your rights and ensure that the best possible outcome is achieved. The two main requirements to qualify for a …

Negligence In Personal Injury Claims

In Other Injuries, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death by John Tramontozzi

Personal injury claims occur when someone causes harm to another and can generally apply to various scenarios. Negligence is a term used in describing these types of claims. The information below addresses situations in which negligence is involved in a personal injury claim. Technical Definition of Negligence Negligence is defined as the failure to use reasonable care, resulting in damage or injury …

Medical Misdiagnosis

In Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death by John Tramontozzi

Medical misdiagnosis, wrong diagnosis, or failure to diagnose happens far more frequently than most people think. Fortunately most illnesses, diseases and conditions can be treated and corrected even with a late diagnosis and there are no real consequences. However, sometimes a medical condition becomes irrevocably worsened, causing serious illness or death. The misdiagnosis may have caused too much time to …