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Posted by on December 29, 2023

When Should a Property Owner Remove Snow in Connecticut?

“Let it Snow” may be a popular song for the holiday season, but when the weather outside is truly frightful, part of the fear is of experiencing a hard fall and serious injuries during your daily routine of work, school, errands, and other activities. When snow and ice accumulate, it’s important to know when...
Posted by on December 29, 2023

What is the Difference Between Wrongful Death and Survival Action?

When a loved one dies in a preventable accident or injuries caused by someone else’s actions, close surviving family members not only suffer grief and anguish but may also experience anxiety about how to cover their loved one’s medical costs and funeral expenses at the same time that they’ve lost a family provider. Most...
Posted by on December 22, 2023

Who Can Recover Damages for Wrongful Death?

No death feels right to loved ones left behind, but wrongful death laws in Connecticut allow surviving family members to file a wrongful death claim for compensation when the death was preventable and occurred due to another person’s or business’s negligent actions. However, like all states, Connecticut limits those who may recover damages in...
Posted by on December 22, 2023

Steps to Take After Suffering a Personal Injury

A sudden, unexpected injury can send your life spinning off course in an instant, causing medical bills to pile up at the same time you’re unable to return to work. Serious injuries are even more distressing when they’re caused by someone else’s careless or reckless actions and the result is disruption or devastation to...
Posted by on December 15, 2023

How to Prove Negligence in a New Haven Personal Injury Case 

Injuries occur every day in New Haven and throughout Connecticut, but when an injury is preventable and only occurs because of someone else’s careless or reckless actions, the injury victim shouldn’t be left responsible for the undue expenses. Even a relatively mild injury can cause significant financial hardship with a single missed paycheck on...