Warwick Wrongful Death Lawyer, Massachusetts

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William J. Morris

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Matsuyama v. Birnbaum

... We are asked to determine whether Massachusetts law permits recovery for a "loss of chance" in a medical malpractice wrongful death action, where a jury found that the defendant physician's negligence deprived the plaintiff's decedent of a less than even chance of surviving ...

Renzi v. Paredes

... MARSHALL, CJ. Today we recognize loss of chance of survival [3] as a theory of injury in a wrongful death action predicated on medical negligence, where the decedent's chances of survival were less than even prior to the physician's negligence. ...

Saab v. MASSACHUSETTS CVS PHARMACY, LLC.

... provision of the Workers' Compensation Act (act), GL 565 c. 152, § 24 (§ 24), [3] bars an employee's parents from bringing a wrongful death claim against his employer where the employee is injured at work but no workers' compensation payments are paid for the injury. ...