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Posted by on May 31, 2024

What to Do After a Motorcycle Accident in New Haven

A motorcycle ride in New Haven is an exhilarating experience in the open air. Unfortunately, the same two-wheeled, unenclosed design that makes a motorcycle ride so appealing also leaves motorcyclists vulnerable to serious or catastrophic injuries in an accident. When an accident is preventable and occurs due to a negligent driver or a road...
Posted by on May 27, 2024

Why Is Documenting Evidence Important in a Premises Liability Claim?

When an injury occurs, it’s usually sudden, painful, and traumatic. As the victim of a preventable injury on someone else’s property, you may not have the presence of mind to preserve or document evidence at the scene; however, most injury victims begin to consider the implications of the injury when they receive expensive medical...
Posted by on May 24, 2024

What Happens to My Dog If He Bites Someone?

Your dog may be your best friend or “your baby” but it’s also an animal with its own unique animal instincts and motives we can’t always predict or control. However, taking ownership of a dog means you also take responsibility for the dog’s actions, including strict liability for dog bites in Connecticut and most...
Posted by on May 20, 2024

What to Do If You’ve Been Bitten by a Dog in Connecticut

A dog can be a beloved companion and family member. However, dogs are also animals with an animal’s instincts and motives. Because most people have a deep, natural fondness for dogs, it’s all the more terrifying and traumatic when a dog viciously attacks and bites. Dog bites are painful, sometimes ending in deep puncture...
Posted by on May 17, 2024

 Who Is Liable for a Dog Bite in New Haven?

We like to think of our dogs as beloved furry family members. Still, it’s important to acknowledge that “man’s best friend” is also an animal with sharp teeth and motives we don’t always anticipate or understand. Every day in the United States, nearly 1,000 people receive emergency treatment for dog bites. In a single...