Basic Laws About Car Accidents You Need to Know If You’ve Been in a Crash in Lynn

If you have been in a car accident, having a thorough understanding of the law as it pertains to car accidents and the claims process can help guide you as you pursue damages for your injuries and losses. While you should always work with an experienced Lynn car accident lawyer, refer to the following information for a general overview about the legal basics of car accidents in Lynn–

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Top 6 Reasons HOAs Get Sued in Lynn

When owners aren’t satisfied with their homeowners’ associations (HOAs), they may take action by filing a civil lawsuit against the HOA. At the law office of Deborah Gold-Alexander, Attorney at Law, our experienced lawyer has been advising HOA boards for over three decades, and can help you to understand the top reasons why lawsuits are filed, what you can do to mitigate legal actions, and what to do if a lawsuit is filed. Consider these six top reasons that HOAs get sued in Lynn:

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Thanksgiving Car Accidents: Travel Safely This Holiday Season

Every Thanksgiving weekend, there is a rise in car accidents in Massachusetts and across the country. Indeed, the U.S. death rate spikes on Thanksgiving, with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration advising drivers to stay safe, as no holiday leads to more deadly accidents.

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Revere Real Estate on the Rise – and Why You Need a Closing Lawyer

Home prices in Revere, Lynn and surrounding areas just keep rising, making it a great time to be a party on the selling end of a real estate transaction. For buyers alike, however, now may be the challenging but the best time to move on a home, as the real estate price surge isn’t expected to stop anytime soon.

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Dealing with Sidewalks Around Condos

Condo associations have a number of duties to those who live near or on the properties it maintains. From ensuring that buildings are cared for in an adequate manner to guaranteeing that any unreasonable hazards on grounds have been removed, when condo associations breach the duty they owe, they could be held liable should harm to others occur. This legal theory has, for the most part, encouraged condo associations to assume responsibility for maintaining properties. But should this always be the case? How should condo associations deal with sidewalks, which are often public, not private, property?

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