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Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Emergency Departments Can Prevent Suicide

November 25th, 2017

New research shows that emergency department intervention can decrease suicide attempts by 30%. A Connecticut medical malpractice case awarded the estate of a Madison man over $12 million dollars after he committed suicide. Yale-New Haven Hospital was found 65% liable and a Guilford nurse practitioner was found 35% liable in his death. Intervention efforts noted … Keep reading…

Connecticut Personal Injury: Young Girl Hospitalized By Foul Ball

November 22nd, 2017

A young girl was at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, NY when a foul ball struck her in the head. While this little girl is still recovering, it raises the question of safety at sporting events and how you can keep yourself safe. While Major League Baseball is reevaluating fan safety at the park, here … Keep reading…

Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital Ranked Nationally

November 19th, 2017

The U.S. News & World Report released its ranking of hospitals nationally. Yale-New Haven Hospital ranked nationally in eight of ten children’s sub-specialties. For a national ranking, a hospital must excel in caring for the most complex and sickest patients. YNHH was ranked in the following areas: Pediatric diabetes and endocrinology: 4th nationally Pediatric cancer: … Keep reading…

Bridgeport Crossing Guards Struck On The Job

November 16th, 2017

A few weeks ago in Bridgeport, two crossing guards were struck by a vehicle and dragged 40 feet. A city spokesperson said one guard broke both legs and suffered a brain injury, while the other crossing guard suffered minor injuries. While accidents like this are rare, this case is made more complex because not only … Keep reading…

Ways A Connecticut Doctor Could Commit Medical Malpractice

November 13th, 2017

Connecticut law defines medical malpractice as a deviation from the standard of care that causes permanent injury, including death, to the patient. These injuries can include anything from amputations, brain injuries, delayed diagnosis, and birth injuries. Amputations – if you or a loved one required the amputation of a limb, medical malpractice may be the … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: Staying Safe In A Parking Lot

November 10th, 2017

It is no surprise that a large number of Connecticut auto accidents occur inside a parking lot. In fact, 14% of all car crashes that cause damage, happen in a parking lot. Here are a few ways to stay safe while maneuvering your way through: Stay alert. Always watch for other cars and people speeding … Keep reading…

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