Category: Personal Injury

Can You Sue for Personal Injury in Connecticut?

Suffering an injury due to another person’s negligence can be stressful, frustrating, and expensive. However, in many instances, the property owner, driver, or other at-fault party is liable for these injuries, which means that victims can sue them for compensation. 

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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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Report finds pedestrian fatalities rising

According to the Governors Highway Safety Administration, 6590 pedestrians died on roadways in Connecticut and around the country. While this number reflects a five percent increase since 2018, it also is the biggest jump in three decades. These estimates could

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Five cycling hazards to be aware of

Cycling is an excellent form of exercise and a way to lower your carbon footprint. However, whether it’s used as a form of transit or enjoyed for sport or pleasure, road cycling carries significant risks, especially in places with more

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Preventing premises liability

When someone receives an injury or illness on someone else’s property, there is a good chance the property owner could have prevented the incident. These incidents are forms of premises liability, and property owners can find themselves liable for thousands

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What to know about TBIs

Annually, 1.7 million people in Connecticut and throughout the United States experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI). A TBI can occur in the aftermath of a car accident, at work or while playing sports, and individuals can sustain serious injuries

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Basic heat safety for outdoor workers

In extreme heat, outdoor workers can wind up suffering an illness like heat exhaustion or even heat stroke, which can be life-threatening. If you’re a worker who is frequently outdoors in Connecticut, you want to protect yourself against the elements.

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What’s required to prevent falls in the workplace

Falls are among the costliest injuries that employers in Connecticut can face. The victims may miss work for a month or longer, medical compensation costs can pile up, equipment is often damaged in the fall and co-workers might become less

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