Author: Jonathan Perkins

Who Is Liable For a Slip-and-Fall in Connecticut?

Slipping and falling in public can be embarrassing and painful, but many people fail to realize when another party is liable for their injuries. However, if your slip-and-fall accident occurred on another party’s property, you may be able to receive

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What Types of Damages Can You Sue For?

There is an important distinction between criminal and civil cases, and it has to do with how the defendant is held liable. In criminal law, the penalty for committing a crime is a punishment that involves a loss of freedom

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What Qualifies as a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Any time you or a loved one is seriously injured, it’s natural to question whether you have a case for a personal injury lawsuit. Suppose someone directly caused the injury due to their negligence, or you can identify a person

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What is a Fair Settlement for Pain and Suffering?

In addition to being compensated for property damage, medical bills, and lost wages, the victim of an auto accident, workplace injury, or other personal injury cases may also recover money for pain and suffering. The question of what a fair

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What are signs of a car accident brain injury?

Brain injuries don’t always occur immediately after a motor vehicle accident. In fact, the signs o may be subtle. Plus, they may change over time. In Connecticut, victims may deserve financial compensation. However, they must identify and document their injuries.

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