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December 2017 Archives

Teach your teens the dangers involved with underage drinking

You are an involved parent and you have done your best to teach your child about avoiding underage drinking. However, you know that teenagers often believe they know best, and they might do what they want despite your wishes, especially when they are trying to fit in with their peers. We at Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C., understand that you and other parents in Connecticut might be worried about what your teenagers are doing when they are out with their friends.

Options exist to help adjust to facial disfigurement

You visited friends and enjoyed their company. Your children came along and played with their pet, a small Labrador. Everything went fine for days. You were impressed with how careful the dog was with your kids, and you felt like it was safe enough to leave them alone with him while you went to the kitchen.

Postal workers and dog bites

While Connecticut residents may think that the dog biting the mailman is a stereotype, there is some truth behind this idea. Because many people expect packages at their door during the Christmas season, it is important to understand why dogs might bite the mailman and what people can do to prevent these incidents from occurring.

Injuries incurred during holiday shopping

As you finish your holiday shopping in Connecticut, you usually do not expect to incur an injury. You may sometimes be wounded in a store, though, if you slip and fall. We at Loughlin and Fitzgerald, Attorneys at Law, understand it is important for you to know what to do if this happens.

Should you replace your child’s car seat after an auto accident?

If you are a Connecticut resident who has been involved in an auto accident, you may be wondering if you should discard your child’s car seat and get a new one. According to NBC News Connecticut, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says you need not replace the car seat if the crash was a minor one.

Is your landlord responsible for a dog attack?

Connecticut residents like you who live in an apartment or shared housing situation may also have to share your space with dogs. But if those dogs become violent and end up biting you, who is to blame? Is it the other tenant who owns the dog, or is it the landlord who allowed the dog to reside there?

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