Statute of Limitations for Filing a Personal Injury Claim

Posted On June 15, 2017 by Murphy Law Group in Personal Injury

Personal injury cases are constantly dismissed in court when a victim is uninformed of the time constraints for filing his or her case. There are many ways in which attorneys can assist those who have been harmed to receive compensation for their injuries. However it is the job of the injured to be


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What are the Common Causes of Auto Accidents?

Posted On January 31, 2017 by Murphy Law Group in Auto Accidents

Dan Murphy of the Massachusetts-based Murphy Law Group speaks with John Maher about the causes of auto accidents—which can range from speeding to drinking to texting to even looking down to change the radio station. Murphy explains how these behaviors relate to negligence and how that could change y


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The Types of Personal Injury Cases

Posted On January 24, 2017 by Murphy Law Group in Personal Injury

Dan Murphy of the Massachusetts-based Murphy Law Group speaks with John Maher about the common and rarer types of personal injury, what you need to do after a personal injury to build the best case, the statute of limitations on such suits, and why you need to retain an attorney as soon as possible


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Top Causes of Business Disputes

Posted On January 17, 2017 by Murphy Law Group in Business Law

Dan Murphy of the Massachusetts based Murphy Law Group discusses the top causes of business disputes, how business partnerships end, and how an attorney or mediator can end a business dispute amicably rather than in litigation. John Maher: Hi, I'm John Maher. I'm here today with Dan Murphy of


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The Steps in a Personal Injury Case

Posted On January 12, 2017 by Administrator in Personal Injury

Dan Murphy of the Massachusetts-based Murphy Law Group speaks with John Maher about the steps in a personal injury case. He walks you through the first steps after being injured, the purpose of a demand letter, and when it is time to start the litigation or mediation process. John Maher: Hi I


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