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Death at New Haven tailgating party leads to lawsuit

Tailgating parties tend to be big events in New Haven, CT. People love to gather in parking lots before sporting events or concerts to grill and talk about the upcoming game or show. They tend to be giant parties where everyone can kick back and have a good time.

Truck driver's estate being sued for auto accident

When the driver who is responsible for a car crash dies in the accident, it does not mean that those injured or the family of those killed in the collision cannot sue for damages. In instances such as these, even though the responsible party has passed on, a lawsuit can still be brought against his or her estate.

Service dog and owner attacked by unleashed dog

For thousands of people with disabilities in the U.S., the opportunity to work with a service animal is a unique and life-changing gift. That is why the prospect of a service dog and their handler facing danger is especially worrisome. The dog owner and animal alike can be vulnerable to the irresponsible and even violent actions of others.

Connecticut car accident results in hospitalization of 4

Distractions are everywhere for drivers on the road today. These distractions can take many forms, including passengers in the vehicle, texting, talking on the phone, eating, fiddling with the radio and much more. These things can interfere with the driver's ability to concentrate on the road which can result in a car accident.

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