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Are You Following Doctor’s Orders? Home Medication Errors On The Rise

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September 30th, 2017

Medication errors are on the rise and the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) estimates that 1.3 million are injured by medications annually. Whether it be the patient taking the medication improperly (doses too close together, wrong time, wrong medication) or a pharmacist dispensed the incorrect medication, these mistakes are happening more frequently. If a pharmacist … Keep reading…

New Study Shows 99% Brain Disease Rate For Football Players

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September 27th, 2017

A recent article published in JAMA has found that 99% of former football players were found to have chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). This disease is caused by repeated blows to the head. Autopsies of 202 football players, including those who did not play beyond the high school and college level, were conducted. The numbers showing … Keep reading…

Connecticut Dog Bite: Owner Arrested After Attack

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September 24th, 2017

A West Hartford dog owner was arrested after her boxer-mix attacked a 79 year-old man. The dog’s owner failed to comply with a restraint order previously put on the dog after aggressive behavior. Some animals are very unpredictable and through no fault of your own can get aggressive towards you and ultimately bite you causing … Keep reading…

Moving or Going on Vacation? Think Again About Overloading Your Car

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September 21st, 2017

As a Connecticut personal injury law firm, we have seen accidents and injuries of all types. There are many factors that cause accidents including debris flying off of other vehicles. When you and your family are hitting the road this summer for your family vacation or are moving from one home to another, be mindful … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: Aggressive Driving vs. Road Rage

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September 18th, 2017

Our firm sees Connecticut auto accidents, and unfortunately injuries, of every variety. Accidents occur for many reasons, including aggressive driving and road rage. What is the difference? According to AAA, aggressive driving is when a driver tailgates, drives too fast, and does not follow traffic laws. Road rage is when a driver uses a vehicle … Keep reading…

New Connecticut Car Seat Laws Go Into Effect

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September 15th, 2017

It is important for anyone traveling in a motor vehicle to understand the safety laws designed to protect them. This includes our state’s littlest passengers. The Governor signed HB 7055/PA 230 into law and it will go into effect on October 1, 2017. The Connecticut car seat laws are as follows with the new changes … Keep reading…

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