Construction accidents often present the most complicated type of personal injury claims. It is not always easy to figure out who is liable for jobsite injuries. Many large construction projects involve multiple contractors and subcontractors, each of whom may claim they are not at fault. A recent case at UMass-Amherst presents issues of general contractor and subcontractor liability.… Read More


Posted by Garrett J. Bradley on Feb 6, 2015 7:59:29 AM Five deaths and more than 100 serious injuries have been linked to Takata Corporation’s exploding airbags manufactured for several carmakers. The propellant used in Takata airbags, ammonium nitrate, can degrade over time. When this occurs, instead of deploying safely, the airbags explode, spraying metal fragments… Read More


Posted by Garrett J. Bradley on Dec 17, 2014 9:42:39 AM 1. Chrysler is expanding its recall of cars containing Takata exploding airbags. Chrysler is recalling an additional 200,000 cars in the states of  Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas as well as the U.S. Territories American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, Saipan and the… Read More


By Garrett J. Bradley, Esq. Posted on December 9, 2014 The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts has just released interim rules to regulate the conduct of lawyers and judges in conducting voir dire under the new voir dire law which takes effect on February 15, 2015. The new law, allowing attorneys to question prospective jurors… Read More


By Garrett J. Bradley, Esq. Posted on Nov 21, 2014   The first class actions have been filed against airbag maker Takata Corporation after consumers learned that the propellants used in Takata airbags caused the airbags to explode and spew shrapnel inside cars rather than protect car passengers from danger. The airbags have been linked to… Read More


Posted by Garrett J. Bradley on Jun 17, 2014 11:11:29 AM Can I have your zip code please? Consumers just lost a privacy case in California when the federal Ninth Circuit decided that Redbox did not violate California’s credit card privacy law when it collected zip codes from consumers renting movies and games. The class… Read More