How to Write a Demand Letter

A demand letter is a formal notification. It tells a service provider, merchant, insurance company, or business that an aggrieved party intends to pursue legal action and take them to court over an alleged unfair treatment or erroneous trade practice. This letter can be written as a precursor to filing a lawsuit. It can also…

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Attorney David W. White Interviewed by WBUR: “MBTA Hasn’t Offered Condolences After Red Line Death, Says Victim’s Family”

Attorney David W. White was interviewed for WBUR’s news coverage of the Red Line subway accident that claimed a man’s life at Broadway Station in Boston over the weekend.  The man was reportedly dragged after his arm got caught in a subway door. The National Transportation Safety Board is now investigating. Breakstone, White & Gluck…

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How to Amend a Police Report

We rely on police officers to maintain peace in our neighborhoods and to ensure that the rule of law is enforced. Beyond that, we also need them to record important information via police reports. However, there are also times when the need to amend a police report arises. That is understandable. We all make mistakes,…

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Understanding Professional Negligence

When professionals breach their duty of care or fail to perform their responsibilities to the required standards of their profession, we refer to this poor conduct as professional negligence. This can result in damage or financial loss to the client who hired the professional to provide the expected standard of service in the profession. If…

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Common Construction Site Accidents

If you work in a construction zone, you must do your best to be careful because construction site accidents are rampant. According to the OSHA or Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 20% of job-related deaths occur in the construction industry. On top of that, more construction workers suffer from work-related injuries each year. This data…

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What To Do After Being in a Bike Accident

Developing a habit of riding a bike can be good for your health, your bank account, and even the environment. However, be extra cautious whenever you are using that two-wheeler because a bike accident can be devastating. The aftermath of an accident can leave you shaken and bewildered. You may get disoriented from the incident…

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Breakstone, White & Gluck Supports Local Efforts to Give Afghan Refugees Bikes and Helmets

Breakstone, White & Gluck was pleased to donate 60 bicycle helmets to support the International Institute of New England (IINE) and community groups as they give Afghan refugees bikes for transportation. IINE has been working with many companies, organizations and individuals to help Afghan refugees resettle in the Boston area. IINE and Bikes Not Bombs…

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Single-Vehicle Accident and Liability Information

If you have been involved in a single-vehicle accident recently, you may be confused about who is responsible and even assume you are at fault. However, these types of car crashes are not always so straightforward. You may not deserve a ticket, fines, or criminal charges, and you may not be responsible for paying for…

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Who’s Financially Responsible in a Three-Car Accident

Even a minor car accident can cause the parties involved all kinds of trouble. Now, imagine how messy things can get if you are ever involved in a three-car accident. Numerous factors can make sorting a multi-car accident way harder than the typical two-vehicle collision. Chief among those factors is figuring out who should shoulder…

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