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Darin Colucci of Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C. recently helped a client recover significant compensation through a lawsuit revolving around a motor vehicle accident that occurred in Germany. In 2015, a 50-year-old executive working in the MetroWest area was injured while traveling for work in Germany. Plaintiff was required to travel internationally on a frequent…

As Bob Dylan presciently sang so many years ago, “the times they are a-changing.” Our times have certainly changed in so many ways as of late. We can engage in fair debate whether all of these changes are for the better, but one such awareness, that of sexual predation in our society, leaves no room…

The crisis in which we find ourselves embroiled is unlike any we’ve ever faced. The Federal Government and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts have laid out specific steps aimed at minimizing the fatal ramifications of this disease. Each of us has a responsibility to follow the steps to protect not only ourselves but for everyone with…

Believe it or not, there are certain doctors who are still using “shock therapy” to deal with patients who are suffering emotionally. The current term of art is electroconvulsive, or ECT. It’s a procedure used by some psychiatrists where up to 460 volts of electricity are sent coursing through the brain in an attempt to…

Many parents are under the impression that they can give no more than a certain amount of money to their children each year without incurring a penalty or tax. For most people, this is not true. While it is true that the IRS allows individuals to give away $15,000.00 per year without having to file…

Unfortunately, ballot questions in Massachusetts have become less about the issue concerned, and more about whoever has the better ad campaign. This year’s Question 1 is not different. But when you study the issue, I can’t see how anyone could credibly vote No. Nurses, who are actually the ones in the best position to weigh…

Few ballot questions have vexed Massachusetts voters more in recent times than Ballot Question #1 which seeks to put strict limits on the number of patients that nurses care for in a hospital setting.  How can we say that it is so controversial?  A WBUR poll of 500 registered nurses reveals that 48 percent plan…

Merrimack Explosion Our hearts go out to the thousands who have been adversely affected by the recent gas explosions on the North Shore, especially to the families that lost their homes or, more tragically, loved ones. Our firm has handled numerous gas explosion cases. They may seem easy but they aren’t. Columbia  Gas fights hard…

Boston Hit-and-Run Accidents When You Don’t Know Who Hit You While any serious auto accident can be devastating to accident victims and their families, hit-and-run accidents tend to be even more difficult to process. The blatant disregard for honesty, respect, and responsibility by a hit-and-run driver makes these accidents truly heartbreaking. If you have been…

Recently in Washington, DC a gentleman stopped his car, got out, and tore apart a traffic cam. The theory is that over one million traffic tickets had been given out in Washington, D.C. via these traffic cams raising over $100,000,000.00 in revenue. I had mixed emotions about this event from a legal perspective. Certainly, if…