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Three Ways To Learn About Your Connecticut Surgeon

September 21st, 2018

Doing your due diligence before any surgery can help prevent a medical malpractice case.  It is imperative that you not only feel confident in your surgeon, but that you also have researched him/her to determine if they are fit to perform the surgery and have a clear record of successful surgeries.   While performing the … Keep reading…

Parents Are Using Phone While Driving, Study Shows

September 18th, 2018

A new study out of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania Nursing School unearthed some troubling information that affects the safety of all children who travel in cars. The potential for needing a Connecticut auto accident attorney is staggering after you read these statistics. In the previous three months: 52.2% of … Keep reading…

New Connecticut Laws In Effect

September 15th, 2018

When the clock struck midnight on July 1, over 30 new laws went into effect in the State of Connecticut. Below are some highlights: Good Samaritan Child Abuse/Neglect. This law provides immunity from civil or criminal litigation for anyone who acts in good faith to medically assist a child who is being neglected or abused. … Keep reading…

Staying Safe While Renting Property

September 12th, 2018

Fifteen family members were injured during a house party in Hartford when a second floor porch collapsed. While no one was seriously injured in this accident, if you or a loved one is renting a home or another piece of property as a primary dwelling, you may want to consider these safety precautions prior to … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: Mental Distractions Also Cause Accidents

September 9th, 2018

A study released by AAA shows that the use of hands-free technology can cause mental distractions for as long as 27 seconds afterwards. Simple movements, like changing the radio station or adjusting the volume control, can leave the driver distracted up to 15 seconds. Even voice-activated systems, like texting, phone calls, or other voice-commanded assistants, … Keep reading…

Avoid a Connecticut Auto Accident: Buckle Up

September 6th, 2018

Did you know that using your seat belt can reduce your risk of a Connecticut auto accident by half? It is one of the most immediate things you can do as a driver and passenger to reduce your risk of serious injury while traveling in a motor vehicle. There is a common misconception that if … Keep reading…

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