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Posted By siteAdmin | September 13 2023 | Personal Injury

Most Common Medical Malpractice Claims

We trust our medical professionals to prioritize our health and safety when we turn to them for treatment for illnesses, accidents, and medical emergencies, but medical malpractice claims have risen steadily since the 1960s, and now, studies show that 21% of Americans have experienced a medical error. While many have only minor impacts, some medical mistakes cause severe injury, worsened medical conditions, and even death.

Posted By siteAdmin | August 23 2023 | Personal Injury

What Does Duty of Care Mean?

Most personal injury cases in Connecticut are founded on the legal doctrine of negligence. Someone is negligent if he or she owed a duty of care to someone else, breached this duty of care and injured the victim. Understanding duty of care is fundamental to bringing a personal injury claim, as violating this duty can give an injured accident victim the right to file a claim for financial compensation. 

Posted By siteAdmin | July 27 2023 | Personal Injury

A Guide to Construction Site Safety Regulations

Construction is the most dangerous job in the country. In an effort to protect construction workers and prevent life-threatening workplace injuries, the federal government has enacted hundreds of construction site safety regulations. A violation of these rules by an employer or coworker could entitle the injured worker to financial compensation through a personal injury lawsuit.

Posted By siteAdmin | July 10 2023 | Personal Injury

How Do You Categorize a Catastrophic Accident or Injury?

In personal injury law, a catastrophic injury is one that will impact the victim for the foreseeable future or the rest of his or her life. The damages, or financial compensation, that may be paid out to a victim of a catastrophic accident in Connecticut may be different than in a noncatastrophic injury case.

Posted By siteAdmin | June 27 2023 | Personal Injury

What Kinds of Personal Injury Cases Do We Handle?

Personal injury law is designed to protect people who are harmed by someone else’s carelessness or wrongdoing. An injured victim may qualify for compensation after many different types of incidents. If you get injured in Connecticut, you may have grounds to bring a personal injury claim against one or more parties in pursuit of financial compensation.

Posted By siteAdmin | June 13 2023 | Personal Injury

What Is the Timeline for Personal Injury Cases in Connecticut?

If you suffer a serious injury in an accident in Connecticut and are seeking compensation through a personal injury case, it is normal to want the legal process to be over as soon as possible so that you can move on with your life. Knowing what to expect from the claims process can give you greater peace of mind during this difficult time.

Posted By siteAdmin | May 12 2023 | Personal Injury

How You Can Prevent a Dog Bite Injury

Dog attacks can be violent and severely damaging, both physically and emotionally. It is always better to prevent a serious dog bite injury than to try to recover from one. Knowing what to do when faced with a potentially vicious or aggressive dog in your neighborhood could save your life. Our New Haven personal injury attorneys have experience handling a variety of dog bite claims, and sometimes they can be avoidable. 

Posted By siteAdmin | January 19 2023 | Personal Injury

Study: Walking in Connecticut – The Most Dangerous Zones for Pedestrians

Walking as a means of transportation can be a great way to get around. It can save you money and time, and allow you to sneak some exercise into your day. Yet, it can also be dangerous. Across the United States, pedestrian fatalities are increasing faster than any other traffic-related fatality.

Posted By siteAdmin | December 20 2022 | Personal Injury

What Are the Most Common Medical Malpractice Cases?

Medical malpractice occurs when a health care practitioner falls short of the correct standards of patient care. When a patient is injured due to subpar care, he or she has the right to file a medical malpractice claim in Connecticut in pursuit of financial compensation. Identifying the most common types of medical malpractice cases could allow you to determine whether you have a lawsuit.

Posted By siteAdmin | November 29 2022 | Personal Injury

Prevention of Slip, Trip & Fall Accidents in the Workplace

A slip, trip and fall accident in the workplace can result in serious injuries for a victim, including broken bones and traumatic brain injuries. Fall risks in the workplace can decrease a company’s productivity and lead to legal trouble for the business due to liability disputes. Slip and fall accidents may be a leading cause of workers’ compensation claims in Connecticut, but these disasters are often preventable.

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