If you get sued, send notice to your insurance company seeking a defense and indemnity. If in response, you get  a “reservation of rights letter” back from the insurance company, they may or may not pay your claim. If they do reserve their right not to indemnify you, you can pick your own lawyer and the… Read More

Corporations and LLC’s are considered to be legal individuals, and while people can go to court without a lawyer and represent themselves (pro se), the Massachusetts Courts prohibit corporations from acting on their own without a lawyer to: File or Answer a complaint or any kind of court pleading or to make any kind of… Read More