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August 2013 Archives

Motorcyclist in critical condition after accident in Connecticut

It has been said that there is no such thing as a small motorcycle accident in Connecticut. With the very nature of a motorcycle, when a biker is involved in an accident, he or she tends to suffer injuries, many times serious and even fatal ones. This is why it is so important for a motorcyclist to take the proper precautions and wear safety equipment such as a helmet, leathers and proper foot wear. Doing so may not prevent all injuries, but it is a good way to minimize their impact.

Father of dog bite victim files lawsuit against owners

A dog bite can not only leave a person with physical scars, but emotional ones as well. It can be a downright frightening thing to be attacked by an animal. Depending on the severity of the attack, the victim may have to endure several surgeries and therapy to repair the damage. Because these treatments in New Haven, CT can really add up, it is only fair that the dog’s owner is held responsible for the medical costs and pain and suffering of the victim.

Cantaloupe harboring bacteria causes man’s brain injury

Consumers have the right to assume that the food they buy in a grocery store in New Haven is safe to eat. They shouldn’t have to worry about whether or not the food is contaminated. In the instances where it does happen, there is no excuse and the person who was negatively affected by the tainted food has a right to compensation not only from the store that sold it, but also the facility where it was manufactured or grown.

Car collides with truck in Connecticut, sending 1 to hospital

Now more than ever before there seems to be more distractions for drivers. Cell phones are certainly a big culprit, but so too are radios, billboard signs and the like. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon to see drivers in New Haven trying to drive while doing other activities like eating, smoking, even putting on makeup. This kind of reckless abandon can not only put distracted drivers in danger, but everyone else with whom they share the road.