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Tips for driving safely in an unfamiliar area over the holidays

Firm News,Motor Vehicle Accidents On Thursday, November 28, 2019

Many of us will be driving to unfamiliar destinations this holiday season. Whether you’re going to a party in a part of the city you haven’t been to before or you’re taking an out-of-state road trip, being in an area …

What is ‘Blackout Wednesday?’

Firm News,Motor Vehicle Accidents On Monday, November 18, 2019

If you’re already dealing with the aftermath of a serious car accident, you may still be somewhat anxious when you get behind the wheel. The upcoming holiday season may be particularly nerve-wracking because you know that there are more drunk …

Holiday gatherings can lead to dog bites

Firm News On Monday, November 11, 2019

If you’re spending Thanksgiving, Christmas or other holidays this season at relatives’ or friends’ houses, it’s important to be careful around their dogs. Even if the pet knows you well, a large holiday gathering can cause them to behave in …

Taking action after house party negligence

Firm News On Thursday, November 7, 2019

When you allow your underage child to attend a house party, likely, you do so with the assurance that responsible adults will be present. You may even speak with the parents who will be in attendance at the house party …

Mother, daughter say state trooper was drunk when he hit them

Firm News,Motor Vehicle Accidents On Monday, November 4, 2019

Sometimes, victims of car crashes can hold others liable in civil court besides the at-fault driver. A Connecticut mother and daughter are suing a Connecticut State Police (CSP) trooper as well as the state itself and the owners of a

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