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Connecticut Personal Injury: Student Drowning

October 19th, 2017

CT Post is reporting today that a 22 year old UConn student is in critical condition after he was pulled from the pool at the Stamford YMCA around 4 p.m. Friday after a friend he was swimming with noticed he was underwater. Aquatic danger and pool safety has been scrutinized in many tragic Connecticut cases, with experts identifying … Keep reading…

Connecticut Drivers 2nd Worst, According To Study

October 18th, 2017

Traveling down I-95, I-91, I-84, or the Merritt? Connecticut auto accidents may happen more often according to a new study by AAA that shows Connecticut drivers are the second worst in the nation. With over 80 auto accident fatalities already, 2017 is tracking higher than last year. As the 49th most unsafe state for drivers, … Keep reading…

What To Do If You Are In A Connecticut Hit-And-Run Accident

October 10th, 2017

Sometimes Connecticut car accidents occur and the other driver flees the scene. Not only is this illegal to do, it can have an impact on your insurance claim. If you are ever in your vehicle and are involved in a hit-and-run car accident, the following will help you with your claim: Seek medical attention. Anytime … Keep reading…

Connecticut Motorcycle Accidents: Avoid An Accident This Fall

October 7th, 2017

Autumn in Connecticut is one of the most beautiful times in our state. With fall weather in full swing, more and more motorcyclists will be out on the road. This means more motorcycle passengers. Motorcyclists should be experienced riders before taking on a passenger. It you are ever invited to be a passenger, follow these … Keep reading…

Slip & Fall? Here Is What To Do

October 4th, 2017

When you visit a public establishment like a store, school, or hospital, and you injure yourself as the result of a Connecticut slip and fall accident, the property owner may be liable for your injuries. The experienced lawyers at McEnery Price Messey & Sullivan can help If you are ever involved in this type of … Keep reading…

Heading In For Surgery This Fall? Read This First

October 1st, 2017

If you are scheduled to undergo surgery, it can be nerve wracking as your procedure date approaches. General anesthesia relaxes the muscles in your digestive track that keeps food and stomach acids from entering your air passages. It is very important you follow your doctor’s instructions on when to stop eating and drinking before your … Keep reading…

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