Football Concussion Protocol and What To Do If Safety Protocols Fail

Connecticut youth leagues, high school and college football seasons are in full swing. For many that means grabbing a blanket, some hot chocolate and heading down to the field to cheer on their favorite team. For the athletes, a more looming risk is on the field: a concussion injury. A concussion is caused by a … Keep reading…

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Staying Safe at Connecticut Summer Festivals

Now that the weather is warming up here in Connecticut, there will be more and more festivals and summer parties. Here are a few tips to stay safe and avoid personal injury. Bounce houses and trampolines. These structures are a lot of fun for both children and adults, but they have the potential to pose … Keep reading…

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Hosting a Holiday Party? Avoid Connecticut Personal Injury Liability

Being the host of a holiday party can help you enjoy the season with family and friends, but if you’re serving alcohol there are also some things that you need to be aware of to protect yourself. In the State of Connecticut, social hosts can be held liable if one of their guests leaves their … Keep reading…

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9 Tips to Stay Safe at the Amusement Park This Summer

With summer vacation starting next month, Connecticut families and summer camps will be visiting some of the many amusement parks in our state and surrounding states. Amusement parks can pose the potential for Connecticut personal injury. The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions urges patrons to follow all posted notices before boarding a ride … Keep reading…

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