Ask Dr. John, Esq – Review of Recommendations Regarding Ibuprofen in the Context of COVID-19

COVID-19 and ibuprofen reports from Dr. John

In the context of decreased health care access and the recommendation of social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many personal injury victims have been self-treating for their injuries. Among the ways individuals are seeking relief for their pain, ibuprofen

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Protect Yourself Against Coronavirus Scams

coronavirus - protect yourself from scams

As if the rising toll of COVID-19 victims and the economic impact wasn’t enough, now criminals are taking advantage of the situation to trick people into downloading malicious software onto their computers; giving out sensitive information enabling identity theft, or

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Ask Dr. John, Esq – COVID-19 Pandemic Calls for Treatment Alternatives for Personal Injury Clients

treatment alternatives for victims of personal energy during COVID-19 pandemic

How can those injured through no fault of their own obtain non-emergent treatment in this time of limited health service availability and the requirement for social distancing? The answer may be found by using telehealth. Recently, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker

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Unsafe Work Conditions Lead to Construction Deaths

unsafe work conditions lead to construction workers death

There are far too many cases where construction workers never return home after a fatal accident on an unsafe jobsite. The Boston Globe recently covered two more construction deaths that occurred within a few hours of one another in Massachusetts.

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Nightclub Safety Regulations To Be Enforced

Nightclub safety regulations to be enforced.

Reforms were called for by the City Counsel after a woman was abducted from a nightclub and killed last year. This abduction occurred only weeks after another kidnapping took place at a different club.  Now, a guidebook called “Best Practices

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MBTA Safety Issues and Deficiencies

Massachusetts MBTA Red Line train derailed June 11, 2019

Just because the The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is a pseudo public entity, it is not relieved from being held accountable to the public when it fails to provide safe transportation services or leaves unreasonably dangerous conditions on its

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Strategies for Recognizing Implicit Bias and
Utilizing New District Court Jury Instructions

Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 4:00-6:00 The Newburyport District Court, 188 State Street, Newburyport Two hours CLE for the CPCS Adult Criminal Panel With the adoption of new jury instructions addressing bias, it’s increasingly clear that important decisions – by jurors,

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Super Lawyers At Diller Law, 2019

Diller Law is dedicated to helping clients hold wrongdoers accountable for ignoring safety rules resulting in injuries and damages. Clients and lawyers alike trust Diller Law to maximize results and to right wrongs for those injured by defective products or

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Nobody Should Die Watching A Baseball Game

– Marc Diller Seventy-nine-year-old Linda Goldbloom was seated with family members in Section 106 in the Loge Level behind home plate at the game between the San Diego Padres and the Los Angeles Dodgers on August 25, 2018. The mother

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Landlords Held Accountable – 2.3 Million Trial Verdict

jury held residential landlords with the equivalent of $2.3 milllion verdict

Congratulations to the trial team of Marc Diller and Richard Mucci (Law office of Richard Mucci), who secured a trial verdict last week in Middlesex Superior Court equal to $2.3 million (inclusive of interest). The jury held the residential landlords

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