Entries by Attorney Gold-Alexander

What Massachusetts Tenants Need to Know During the Coronavirus Pandemic

For many renters throughout Massachusetts, the coronavirus pandemic has made making monthly rent payments on time and in full impossible. With high levels of unemployment plaguing the state, businesses shuttered, and many wondering how they’ll afford to put their next meal on the table, tenants state-wide are struggling to get by. While the landlord-tenant relationship […]

Legislation Suspending Evictions Signed in April; Expired in October

In April 2020, amid rising numbers of confirmed coronavirus cases, Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts signed emergency legislation that put a hold on residential evictions and foreclosures. While the legislation provided much-needed relief for those who were struggling to pay their rent during the global pandemic, the legislation has since expired and many are wondering […]

Massachusetts State Eviction Moratorium Ends: What You Need to Know and Frequently Asked Questions

When government officials in the United States and Massachusetts first realized the economic toll that the pandemic was having on businesses and individuals, they acted to put protections in place. For example, in April 2020, Governor Charlie Baker signed an executive order that placed an immediate hold on most residential evictions. While the moratorium provided […]

Electric Shock Accidents in Massachusetts

One of the most serious types of accidents and injuries that a person can suffer is that of an electrical shock. Mostly affecting employees who work around electricity, electrical shock accidents can lead to serious, and sometimes fatal, injuries. At the law office of Deborah Gold-Alexander, Attorney at Law, our experienced personal injury lawyer in […]