The former Olympian Hurdler was arrested on 9 counts of indecent assault and battery on children ages 14 or older and 3 counts of indecent assault on children under the age of 14. The abuse occurred in the 1970s, when Mainwaring worked as a counselor at Camp Greylock for Boys in Beckett Massachusetts
You’ve just been in a car accident. Your car was damaged, it may not even be drivable. Who will pay for your damages? How will you get to work? Find out the answers to these questions.
If so, under what conditions can I be evicted? Is there anything that I can do to prevent eviction? If so, what can I do? Read this post to learn about your rights.
Nonpayment. It's winter. You're pregnant. You've asked for repairs. Can your landlord kick you out for these or other reasons? Learn about your rights under Massachusetts law if your landlord is trying to evict you.
Alekman DiTusa is proud to report that Attorney Laura Mangini obtained a $2.5 million verdict on behalf of our client,...
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Who will pay for your medical bills after a car accident – your PIP insurance? If so, how much? Learn what is covered by PIP if you’ve been in an accident.
If you or a family member are in a vehicle that is hit by someone else, here are suggestions as to the things that you should do.
Alekman DiTusa has been involved in supporting the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts every year since 2010 and will continue to do so going into the future. In the past, we have sponsored numerous events including Will Bike for Food, Monte’s March and numerous other fundraising events. We invite you to join us in supporting the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts.
Alekman DiTusa has supported Revitalize CDC since 2011. Every year we put together a team of volunteers to participate in their annual GreenNFit Neighborhood rebuilding project. Successful neighborhood revitalization improves quality of life by reducing the number of foreclosures and properties in tax arrears.
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