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Peter M. Goldberg

Attorney Peter M. Goldberg is the founder of and managing partner at Goldberg & Weigand, LLP, and has been in private practice since 1986. He takes pride in the fact he deals directly with his clients on a daily basis working to get their cases resolved to the fullest extent of their rights. Peter practices personal injury law and workers compensation law in Massachusetts.

Largest increase in fatal traffic accidents on U.S. roads in decades

Recently, the government released data that indicates that there is a serious issue with safety on the roads and highways of the United States. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, about 35,000 people died last year in traffic accidents. Based on this figure, the number of people who died from traffic accidents increased […]

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Client Gratitude Shared With Goldberg & Weigand

One of the things we enjoy most about our work is seeing the gratitude on our clients’ faces. Sometimes they even take the time to write us a very nice letter. Imagine you’ve been in a serious motor vehicle accident caused by another driver. You’ve been injured and your car is totaled. Not only do […]

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Accidents can be deadly for passengers

An often overlooked aspect of serious motor vehicle accidents is the injuries that passengers might suffer. Whether occupying the passenger seat or the rear of the vehicle, these individuals can suffer serious, life-altering injuries such as amputation, paralysis or brain damage. Depending on the severity of the collision, it is not uncommon for a passenger […]

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Driver fatigue can make snow plows dangerous

Winter is here. Massachusetts drivers are soon to be fighting dangerous road conditions. Depending on the severity of the snow, sleet, freezing rain and ice even a short errand can result in a devastating accident. Throughout the state, drivers rely on both government and privately owned vehicles to keep the roadways safe. Whether they are […]

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