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
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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
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
New Massachusetts Law Bans Gender Pay Discrimination, Pay Secrecy Policies and Prohibits Asking Prospective Employees About Salary History
The Massachusetts Legislature recently enacted a bill that will go into effect in July of 2018 titled “An Act to Establish Pay Equity”, a sweeping new law aimed at ensuring equal pay for comparable work for all Massachusetts employees. The Act has several important ramifications for employers. First, the new law bans pay discrimination for
As parents we are used to taking care of our children’s medical and financial needs, this does not usually end when our children go off to college or ventures off into the world on their own. However what most parents do not realize, once their child turns eighteen, they are not legally entitled to make
Chances are if you have a swimming pool you are aware of many of the safety precautions such as having a fence; displaying signs prohibiting diving (in shallow pools or shallow parts of the pool) and other well-known hazards. But did you know that there is a federal regulation concerning the safety of pool slides?
On June 9, 2016 more than twenty women from varying professions including banking, public relations, elder care, financial services, business consulting and entrepreneurs joined Baker, Braverman & Barbardoro, P.C. attorneys Lisa Bond, Susan Molinari, Theresa Barbadoro Koppanati, Elizabeth Caruso and Brandi Cerasuolo for a night of networking, laughs and painting. The event was hosted at
Lisa Bond, Esq. has been nominated for Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Top Women of the Law. Each year Lawyers Weekly honors women attorneys who have made tremendous professional strides and that have demonstrated great accomplishments in the legal field. Attorney Bond has been a lawyer at Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. a Quincy based law firm
Recently Theresa Barbadoro Koppanati, Esq was recognized as one of the Top Women Attorneys in Massachusetts by Boston Magazine. Attorney Barbadoro Koppanati has been an attorney at Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C., a Quincy based law firm, since 2010. Prior to joining the firm, she was a corporate associate at Latham & Watkins, LLP in
Recently, Elizabeth Caruso, a probate and elder law/estate planning attorney at Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C., a Quincy based law firm, presented on basic estate planning and asset protection to a group of senior citizens at the Stoughton Council on Aging as part of a Massachusetts Bar Association sponsored event for Elder Law Month.