Suffering an injury can be devastating physically and emotionally. Medical bills may pile up, work may suffer, and the psychological trauma is often debilitating. While the effects may be similar, the causes of personal injuries can vary greatly. Examples of personal injury claims include injuries sustained in these types of accidents: automobile, on-the-job, tripping, assault, defects in products, and even accidents while on vacation. Specific examples of personal injury are if a person trips, falls, and injures himself on a wet restaurant floor—perhaps one that had no warning sign—and for instance, if a baby crib is defective and the baby injures himself within the crib. If you or a loved one has been injured, the only way to know whether you have a case is to consult an experienced personal injury attorney. Eric J. Parker is the Director of Parker Scheer’s Complex Personal Injury Group and brings more than 23 years of experience as one of Boston’s leading personal injury trial attorneys. At Parker Scheer, our team dedicates itself to securing the best outcome for our clients and their families, whether that means settling out of court or going trial. Either way, we are behind our clients 100 percent.
Oftentimes, business disputes cannot be resolved with negotiation or arbitration, and thus, business litigation is the solution. A common example of where business litigation is necessary is when a disgruntled employee, who has just been fired, hacks into her former company’s database and causes damage to it. Another example is when an investor feels her investment broker has not acted ethically and she suffers a substantial financial loss due to the broker’s behavior. In regard to two business entities, business A may feel that business B infringed on its trademark, patent, or copyright, and this situation must be rectified. Barry S. Scheer serves as director of the firm’s Business Law and Litigation Group. He has more than twenty-five years of experience in business litigation and corporate law, and is widely regarded as among Massachusetts’ leading business litigation attorneys. If you find that you need a Boston business litigation lawyer, please call us at Parker Scheer. We have years of experience in handling business litigation cases and securing the best outcomes for our clients.
A business lawyer typically handles legal duties including corporate and other entity formations (including both Massachusetts and Delaware); preparation of shareholder agreements; preparation of limited liability company operating agreements, resolutions, and other entity actions; review, drafting, and negotiation of commercial leases, stock option plans and agreements; preparation and negotiation of contracts of all types; and counsel for the conduct of employees and shareholders. A person or business will usually have a business lawyer on call or working for his company on an “as needed” basis. Please call Parker Scheer today if you need a Boston business law attorney. We can help you keep your business running smoothly and protect the best interests of your business and everyone involved.
When purchasing or selling a home, you may require the services of a real estate lawyer. Commercial real estate holders also should have a real estate lawyer handling their legal business and ensuring that everything is done according to the law, especially in regard to leasing, buying, or selling property, as well as real estate developing and financing. A real estate lawyer is responsible for the preparation and review of purchase and sale agreements, advice on negotiation and financing options, real estate-related litigation, and other services related to real estate transactions. Our attorneys at Parker Scheer also provide assistance in obtaining competitive financing in Massachusetts. Ryan P.B. Kelly directs Parker Scheer’s Real Estate Practice Group where, together with a highly trained staff of professionals, he represents developers, investors, purchasers, lenders, owner/occupants, and tenants of real estate, in all aspects of real estate law. If you are in need of a Boston real estate lawyer, we highly recommend calling us at Parker Scheer today. We are here to help you in all your real estate needs and to ensure your protection during any deals.
Each year hundreds of thousands of American workers are involved in accidents on the job. Construction workers, truck drivers, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, painters, movers, masons, cable installers, telephone and communications workers, delivery people and airport workers are constantly at risk for an event that changes not only their lives, but their families’ as well. People who work in offices and hospitals are not immune from work place accidents or conditions that prevent them from working. People who travel to other state or foreign countries as part of their work are covered by Massachusetts workers’ compensation if hired here, and do not have travel to place where an accident occurred in order to recover benefits. If you are injured at work, or believe that your job caused a disability that makes it impossible to work, you need to speak with an experienced Massachusetts workers’ compensation lawyer. Attorney Joseph M. Burke has devoted 33 years to a practice that represents injured workers and their families in these types of cases. He will fight for your rights to protect your family and recover every possible benefit available to you and your family under the Workers’ Compensation Act, and from every other source.
When facing criminal charges it is essential that you have an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side. Whether you have been charged with drug crimes; vehicular homicide; driving to endanger; fraud; white collar crimes; crimes of violence including murder, rape, date rape, domestic assault & battery, or restraining order violations, our criminal defense attorneys are here to help. Attorney Vincent A. Tofani is the director of Parker Scheer’s criminal practice group. He is a highly respected Boston criminal defense lawyer. Mr. Tofani and his team fight for the protection of their clients and strive to help them in any way possible. They understand this is a stressful time for clients and their families, and therefore, hope to relieve pressure by developing the best defense possible.