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April 2017 Archives

Facts vs. Emotions: How they play out in auto accident matters

For those that suffer serious injuries, an auto accident is an emotional event. Victims' lives become complicated and unfamiliar. Rather than following normal routines, individuals spend much of their time in doctors' offices and rehabilitation clinics. Many-and in particular those whose injuries prevent them from returning to work-report that their lives feel foreign, and that they find themselves acting rashly.

How our firm can help when teachers abuse their students

It's a tough day when you have four sets of parents in your office asking you to represent them on behalf of their children... and the allegation is child abuse. Such matters - that is, cases of child abuse and neglect - differ from the typical cases seen by personal injury attorneys. I humbly accepted the challenge and knew this was going to be a very emotional case.

A newly aggressive approach to immigration enforcement

In what the Boston Globe calls "a newly aggressive approach" to immigration enforcement, federal officers have begun to arrest individuals when they show up for scheduled appointments at the offices of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Five individuals were detained last week at USCIS's outpost in Lawrence, Massachusetts; now, immigrants across the country fear they will face similar treatment when they are summoned to speak with officials.

Federal agents dispatched to investigate Texas traffic accident

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)-an independent arm of the federal government-has dispatched agents to Texas to investigate a crash that claimed the lives of 13 senior citizens. Though not unheard of, the NTSB's involvement is unusual. The Board's primary purpose is to conduct independent investigations of airplane crashes; it only takes an interest in traffic accidents when they are especially serious.

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