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What Should I Do After a Slip and Fall?

What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident

The moments immediately after a fall are filled with pain and confusion. Many people are unaware of what caused them to slip or trip, oftentimes leading to the belief that the fall was the result of clumsiness or inattention. However, many slip and fall accidents can be traced to unsafe conditions on a property. If […]

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Premises Liability Litigation

What Is a Premises Liability Claim?

Property owners are responsible for ensuring the safety of the grounds, buildings, and other areas of the premises which they own. Whether it is cleaning up, removing a hazard, or making repairs to alleviate a potential danger, there is a legal requirement for owners to be vigilant in the maintenance of their properties. If you […]

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Choosing an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer

Why Experience Matters in Personal Injury Cases

You were injured in an accident. Someone else was at fault, and this means that you are entitled to financial compensation. But, in order to recover the financial compensation you deserve, you need to be able to convince the insurance company to settle (or convince the jury to award a judgment), and you need to […]

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Your Medical Malpractice Claim

How Do You Know If You Have a Case for Medical Malpractice?

You are in pain, you are suffering, and you suspect that your doctor may be to blame. Could you have a case for medical malpractice? Unfortunately, this is a question that far too many patients in Connecticut and New York are forced to ask. Medical mistakes are alarmingly common, and the risk of malpractice is […]

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Liability for Slip Fall Injuries

Who Is Liable for Slip and Fall Injuries?

Slips and falls can cause serious injuries, and the costs of recovering from these injuries can be substantial. If you have suffered a permanent disability or your doctor has told you that your pain is unlikely to ever fully go away, the financial and non-financial costs could be far greater. With this in mind, if […]

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Medical Malpractice Signs

What to Do If You Suspect Medical Malpractice

As patients, we trust in our doctors when it comes to preventative care, diagnosis, treatment, and so much more. Unfortunately, if they make an error in our medical care, it may be difficult to recognize before the consequences become severe. Medical malpractice is a major problem in Connecticut, New York, and throughout the United States. […]

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Consultation in Personal Injury Case

What to Look For in a Personal Injury Attorney

When you are seriously hurt, finding a lawyer might seem like more stress you don’t need. Your days are probably spent trying to navigate mazes of medical bills, travel to and from appointments with doctors, and adjust to the pain and possibly impairments from the injuries you have suffered. You may not realize it amid […]

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Steps to Take After Car Accident

9 Steps to Take After a Car Accident

The steps you take after a car accident can make or break your claim for financial compensation. If you have been seriously injured, you need to make smart decisions about protecting your legal rights, and you need to make sure you avoid mistakes that could make it more difficult to secure fair financial compensation.  What […]

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Punitive Damages

What are Punitive Damages in a Personal Injury Claim?

“If you have been injured in an accident, you are entitled to just compensation.” This statement, which you will see frequently if you are looking for information about your legal rights online, addresses the primary means of securing a financial recovery if you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence or intentional misconduct.  However, […]

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CTE

Heard of ‘CTE?’ The New Awareness of Concussions

You might be aware of concussions, but do you know what CTE is? Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a degenerative brain disease that afflicts athletes, military veterans and others such as victims of domestic violence with a history of repetitive brain trauma.  People with CTE develop a protein called Tau, which forms clumps that slowly […]

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