Can I Receive Compensation for Injuries Sustained Protecting My Dog?

If you have never been the victim of a dog bite or animal attack, you might not realize how serious they can be. A dog bite can leave a person with permanent physical and psychological injuries. Under Connecticut law, these victims are entitled to compensation from the owners of the attacking animal. Pit Bull Owner […]


Connecticut DOT Unveils New Website

The Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT) has launched a new website intended to help move traffic along by getting real-time and verified information to drivers throughout the state. The website, CT Travel Smart,1 allows drivers to get personalized results regarding traffic and filter by incidents, road work, and delays. Visitors to the site can view […]


Serious Facial Injuries in Motorcycle and Bicycle Accidents

Motorcycles and bicycles do not have seat belts or other types of restraints like cars and trucks have. For this reason, if a crash occurs, the rider can often be thrown from the bike. This is particularly common in rear-end collisions – whether the motorcycle or bicycle rider is the front or rear vehicle in […]


Understanding Personal Injury Liability in Connecticut – Who is to Blame?

No one can prepare for personal injury – we can only react after it occurs. Personal injury results in many unforeseen expenses such as medical bills, missed time off of work, and other consequential damages. The following is some information regarding personal injury liability in Connecticut. Statute of Limitations Every personal injury lawsuit has a […]


Recovering for Injuries Sustained in a Connecticut Dog Bite Case

Millions of people are bitten by dogs every year in the United States, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates1 that almost one in every five bites becomes infected. In addition to infection, dog bites can cause injuries like lacerations, broken bones, muscle tears, and even result in the amputation of fingers and […]


Waterford Teenagers and Distracted Driving – is a Parent Liable?

In 2011, 23% of auto collisions involved cellular telephones totaling 1.3 million crashes. 13% of drivers, age 18-20, who were involved in auto crashes, admitted to texting or being on mobile devices at the time of the collision. 52% of teens admit to driving while texting. With this many teens texting and driving, who is […]


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