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Massachusetts passengers injured in drunk driving accidents. Get answers here.

Passengers often sustain injuries in drunk driving accidents in Massachusetts. And each year, drunk drivers cause nearly half of all traffic fatalities in Massachusetts. What would you do if you were injured while riding in a car with a drunk driver? How would you pay your medical bills? And are there any laws in Massachusetts that could affect your right to be compensated for your injuries?

Any time passengers sustain injuries in a car accident, passengers almost always have a personal injury claim against one of the drivers.

Another important factor to consider is who supplied the alcohol to the driver. If a bar or liquor store knowingly sold alcohol to the driver in an intoxicated state, you may be able to pursue a legal case against the bar or package store.

Then there’s Massachusetts’s liability laws. Massachusetts is a “no fault” state. That means your insurance company pays your medical bills after an accident regardless of who’s at fault. But getting your insurance company to cooperate can sometimes be a challenge.

Drunk driving accidents are complicated. Knowing what to do can be confusing. You need a strong legal team on your side. You need someone who thoroughly understands the law and knows how to get results. You need the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone.

Our lawyers have years of experience defending clients injured in drunk driving accidents in Massachusetts. We tenaciously investigate every case and will work tirelessly to obtain the full compensation you deserve for your accident. We understand how traumatic drunk driving accidents can be. We can help.

Don’t leave your future to chance. Take action. Contact Mark E. Salomone today. today. We’re on your side.

Attention DePuy Hip Replacement recipients. Your hip may be defective.

A massive, worldwide recall for DePuy Hip Replacement implants has been issued by Johnson & Johnson, the parent company for DePuy Orthopaedics. The recall affects ASR XL Acetabular Hip System and DePuy ASR Hip Resurfacing System.

Artificial hips covered by the recall were surgically implanted after July 2003. If you had a DePuy Hip installed after July 2003, your device has been recalled.

Why is Johnson & Johnson recalling the devices? According to the company’s official web site, “data recently received by the company shows that more people than expected who received the ASR Hip System experienced pain and other symptoms.”  Other symptoms include knee swelling and problems walking.

Sounds simple enough. But medical malpractice cases are complicated. Dealing with a massive corporation like Johnson & Johnson on your own can be risky. You may also have to deal with your insurance company if your DePuy Hip Replacement needs to be replaced. Knowing what to do can be difficult.

Now may be your only opportunity to recover for your years of pain and suffering you endured with a defective medical product. You need to consider exactly how your DePuy Hip Replacement has affected your life. Have you been unable to work because of the pain caused by this device? Have you missed out on other valuable opportunities in life? All of these factors need to be considered.

You need someone who will work for you to make sure your problems are taken seriously. You need someone who knows how to deal with large corporations and confusing insurance policies. You need a strong, dedicated, experienced advocate fighting for your rights. You need the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone.

Simply getting a new hip is not so simple. Other factors need to be considered. Let us help you navigate through this complicated legal bureaucracy. We know how to cut through the red tape and get you the compensation you deserve. If you live in Massachusetts or your operation took place in Massachusetts, we can help.

Don’t leave your future to chance. Take action now. Contact Mark E. Salomone today. We mean business.