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May 13 2024 | Premises Liability

$240,000 Settlement for Slip on Ice

A 64-year old woman, (“E.K.”) who was injured when she fell on ice in the parking lot of a medical building at around 9:00 A.M. while returning to her car, after taking her husband to his cardiologist. The plaintiff testified that, when she arrived at the doctor’s office, she informed the receptionist of the dangerous condition of the parking lot.

Who Can Be Held Liable for a Premises Liability Claim?

The legal concept of premises liability allows a victim who is injured due to defects on someone else’s property to file a claim or lawsuit seeking damages, or financial compensation, for related losses. While property owners are the most common liable party in a premises liability claim, other parties can also be named as defendants, depending on the circumstances. 

What Is a Spinal Cord Injury?

A spinal cord injury describes any damage to the bones (vertebrae), soft tissues, disks, or nerves that send and receive signals from the brain, all of which are located in the spine. Spinal cord injuries can have significant effects on victims. Serious trauma to the spine could result in permanent nerve damage that interferes with the ability to walk, move and feel sensations.

March 20 2024 | Car Accidents

Who Is at Fault in a Rear-End Car Accident?

Rear-end car accidents are one of the most common types of motor vehicle collisions in Connecticut. While it is true that the driver who collides into the back of another vehicle is at fault most of the time, this is not always or automatically the case. When a rear-end car accident takes place, an investigation will be conducted to determine fault and financial responsibility.

March 6 2024 | Pedestrian Accidents

Connecticut’s Pedestrian Laws

Pedestrians are known as the most vulnerable road users because they are at the highest risk of suffering severe and fatal injuries in traffic accidents. According to Connecticut crash data, 1,348 collisions involved pedestrians in 2022. Connecticut recently passed new laws in an effort to better protect pedestrians from motor vehicle collisions.

February 26 2024 | Personal Injury

What to Do After a Dog Bite Injury in Connecticut

No one ever plans on getting bitten by a dog, but it is possible to prepare for this type of incident. Unfortunately, dog bite injuries occur more often than most people realize. If you get bitten by a dog in Connecticut, it is important to take certain steps to protect yourself physically and financially.

February 12 2024 | Personal Injury

What Is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is a serious medical condition that can have lifelong effects on a victim. TBI is a major cause of death in the United States. It is responsible for an average of 190 deaths per day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

January 26 2024 | Personal Injury

The Role of Expert Witnesses in Personal Injury Cases

Expert witnesses can play a critical role in personal injury cases by helping the court and jury understand complex or nuanced issues related to the case. They can provide specialized knowledge and professional opinions based on their expertise to clarify matters that the average person may not understand. Expert witnesses who provide unbiased and credible testimony could change the outcome of a case.

January 10 2024 | Personal Injury

What Is the Statute of Limitations on Medical Malpractice in Connecticut?

Medical malpractice is a tort, or wrongdoing, committed by a doctor or another health care provider against a patient. It is the failure to meet the required standards of care within the medical industry. When medical malpractice results in a patient injury, the victim can pursue financial compensation. However, the victim must file a medical malpractice claim within Connecticut’s statute of limitations.

December 22 2023 | Personal Injury

What Is Nursing Home Neglect?

Nursing home neglect refers to the failure of a long-term elderly living facility to provide the care and attention required to ensure the well-being of its residents. Neglect is a level of resident care that is shockingly low and can result in serious injuries, illnesses, infections and death. You can better protect your loved one from nursing home neglect by learning how to recognize the warning signs.

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