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Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Shocking Statistics About Busy Surgeons

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June 5th, 2020

Connecticut medical malpractice can be caused when healthcare providers deviate from the standard of care and it causes a patient (or their loved ones, in a case of death) significant and permanent harm or injury. A study from a medical malpractice insurance carrier conducted some research on the claims they processed between 2014-2018. The results … Keep reading…

How to Support Our Delivery And Supermarket Workers During COVID-19

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June 2nd, 2020

With orders put in place by our federal, state, and local officials, many of us do not know how to feel. Only businesses deemed essential by the state are able to operate face-to-face with the public. Those businesses include mail and package delivery as well as supermarket and food market workers. Below are some ways … Keep reading…

6 Ways You Can Support Your Friends And Family Who Work At A Connecticut Healthcare Facility

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May 29th, 2020

These are rather extraordinary times we are in. COVID-19 and executive orders put in place by our federal, state, and local governments are a change for us to curb the spread of this virus. Some workers are deemed essential including those who work in healthcare. Here are six ways you can help them. Stay home. … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Busy Surgeons Put Patients At Risk

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May 26th, 2020

Connecticut medical malpractice occurs when there is a deviation from the standard of care. That deviation can occur during a surgical procedure when a surgeon acts in error, ordering the wrong medication, or fails to order proper post-surgical care.  A recent study released by a medical malpractice insurer shows that overtired and overworked doctors will … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: 17% of 17-34 Year Olds Engage In Risky Driving Behavior

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May 23rd, 2020

Distracted driving is a problem on Connecticut roadways and no doubt a cause of Connecticut auto accidents. According to traffic safety experts, there are three types of distracted driving: cognitive, manual, and visual. Cognitive distractions are when your mind wanders away from driving. Visual distractions are when your eyes focus away from the road. Manual … Keep reading…

Understanding Connecticut Sidewalk Laws While Exercising Outdoors

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May 20th, 2020

Under Stay at Home orders issued by Connecticut’s governor, more and more people are working from home and getting out and about in their neighborhoods and communities. This type of activity includes running and walking along our sidewalks.  As a pedestrian, it is important to understand Connecticut laws regarding sidewalk safety. It is State law … Keep reading…

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