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Iannacchino v. Ford Motor Company

... deceptive and has injured the plaintiffs economically. We do not consider the lack of accident-related injury 625 or manifested defect a bar to recovery under GL c. 93A, § 9, in this case. Nevertheless, we conclude that the plaintiffs ...

Commonwealth v. Porro

... of a dangerous weapon (an automobile) in violation of GL c. 265, § 15A (count one); assault by means of a dangerous weapon (a handgun) in violation of GL c. 265, § 15B(b) (count two); and leaving the scene of an accident causing personal injury in violation of GL c. 90, § 24(2 ...

Commonwealth v. Velasquez

... legally sufficient evidence for a reasonable fact finder to conclude the defendant operated the motor vehicle at the time of the accident resulting in ... doubt that (1) the defendant operated a motor vehicle 699 (2) on a public way (3) and collided with or caused injury in some other ...

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