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August 2018 Archives

Hit-and-run accidents can worry parents at start of school

With school starting up again, parents have a lot to think about. Your list may include purchasing school supplies, double-checking your children’s schedules, registering them for the bus route and talking to them about safety. At Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C., we understand that you might worry about your children’s safety if they walk to school or the bus stop. Connecticut children are at risk of being harmed by negligent drivers, some of whom may flee the scene if they strike a child with their vehicle.

How to react to an office party injury

When we think of getting injured at work, we usually think about the risks associated with fulfilling work duties, such as driving or lifting heavy items. However, it is possible to become injured when not actually working, but when attending an office party or team-building activity.

Fatal motorcycle crash in North Haven illustrates biker risks

Motorcycle accidents have long been a concern for motorcyclists in Connecticut and throughout the country. As this blog has explained in other posts, bikers are at risk of serious injuries or worse when they are in accidents with other drivers or alone.

What are good ways to say no and avoid a social host liability?

As you may know, it can be hard to say no to a lot of things. You might have grown up learning that you can only be successful and well-liked if you agree to do what is asked of you, even if you feel pressured into doing something you find morally or legally wrong. However, you and other Connecticut residents can get into trouble if you don’t learn to say no to some things, especially when it comes to alcohol.

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