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How To Prevent Elder Financial Abuse


Massachusetts General Laws define financial exploitation as the substantial monetary or property loss of an elderly person due to an act or omission of another person.  Financial exploitation occurs in the form of internet scams, forging signatures on checks, the illicit use of credit cards and the misuse of a power of attorney.  It also

What’s the difference between PIP and Med Pay coverage on your automobile insurance policy?


In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage is mandatory. PIP pays reasonable expenses for necessary medical services, lost wages, and replacement services to you, your household members, and your vehicle occupants if injured or killed in an auto accident regardless of fault. PIP pays the first $2,000.00 in automobile accident related medical

Looking Through the Haze of the Nonmedical Marijuana Law In Massachusetts


Everyone has already heard that Massachusetts citizens voted to legalize nonmedical marijuana, often referred to as recreational marijuana, and now set forth in Chapter 94G of the General Laws. What legalization means, however, has been a little hazy. This article sets forth an outline of what legalized nonmedical marijuana in Massachusetts means to employers, businesses

Newsletter December 2016


PREMIUM LEGAL SERVICES WITHOUT THE BOSTON PREMIUM Happy Holidays!  This last month of the year always brings a variety of important events in our lives.  A time when we make decisions about our financial and personal affairs.  Here at Baker, Braverman and Barbadoro, we celebrate another year of helping our clients achieve success in their