When a woman slipped and fell on an unnatural accumulation of snow and ice fracturing her ankle, she turned to the legal team of Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. to protect her rights. The litigation team conducted an immediate investigation of the premises where the accident occurred, conducted interviews, and collected all relevant data to
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Mediation is the process of resolving your divorce on your own terms. A mediator works with both parties to help them achieve resolution of their disputes. Mediation, particularly in the age of the COVID-19, provides several benefits which include: Less expensive than litigation. You avoid the backlog in the Courts providing a more expedient resolution.
The Quincy Law Firm of Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro recently celebrated 25 years of providing Premium Legal Services to Clients in the Greater Boston and South Shore areas. The celebration was held outdoors at the firm’s offices at 300 Crown Colony Drive. Lunch was provided by Montilio’s “On The Go” Wood-Fired Mobile Pizza Oven.
Congratulations to BBB Partner Paul Barbadoro on being unanimously re-elected to a 2 year term as the Chairman of the Board of Governors of Quincy College! https://quincycollege.edu/about/board-of-governors/
When an injured woman was involved in a car accident, she turned to Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. to protect her rights. The litigation team at BBB lawyers investigated the accident quickly and established liability on the part of another negligent driver. The client’s injuries included a broken hand and a fractured finger. Once the
“Recommendations For Landlord & Tenant Re-Negotiations” w/ Kim Kroha of Baker Braverman & Barbadoro Kimberly Kroha, Esq.
Incoming Braintree Chamber chair Kimberly Kroha, Esq. of Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. led a zoom video call meeting on COVID-19 update with Mayor Kokoros, State Senator John Keenan and members of the real estate community on May 11 and its impact on real estate in South Shore. Below are some of the highlights. Coronavirus
On Monday, April 20th, Massachusetts enacted new landlord, tenant, and mortgage laws related to COVID-19 financial impact that affects residential and commercial properties, including limits on foreclosure laws and eviction proceedings (Chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020). What properties are affected? All residential tenants and certain small business tenants are protected from nonpayment evictions,
The 2.2 trillion dollar “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” (the “CARES Act” or the “Act”) was signed by President Trump on March 27, 2020. The sweeping reform provides assistance to individuals and a large sector of businesses. The attorneys at Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. (“BB&B” have compiled this list of important provisions
The CARES Act passed March 27, 2020 provides several different avenues of relief to individuals, small business and large businesses, airlines and healthcare industries, including COVID-19 small business loans and funding. Packed into this enormous piece of legislation are several provisions for short term loans for small businesses to be provided under the Small Business