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How to handle a rideshare auto accident in Connecticut

Articles,Firm News On Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Brush up on how to handle auto accidents dealing with ridesharing services, whether you are a passenger or motorist.

Ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft are undoubtedly convenient if you are looking to get around Connecticut without enduring the stress …

Auto insurance for rideshare vehicles: key information

Articles,Firm News On Wednesday, October 10, 2018

People in Connecticut should understand that ride-sharing has different insurance rules than normal driving, and know how this affects them.

Anyone living in Connecticut who uses ride-share services can see the similarities with taxi and livery services. One thing that …

Supreme Court Clarifies Connecticut Subrogation Law in Muldowney

Articles,Firm News On Tuesday, September 25, 2018

September 25, 2018 – James Ringold, John Conway

On April 10, 2018, the Connecticut Supreme Court released its opinion in Amica Mutual Insurance Company v. Muldowney, 328 Conn. 428 (2018), affirming a $61,302.70 verdict for a landlord’s insurer in …

How passengers can help everyone stay safe

Articles,Firm News On Tuesday, August 14, 2018

In most cases, passengers are not ultimately responsible for a driver’s behavior, but they can take important steps to help everyone stay safe.

In the Old West when stagecoaches reigned as a form of transport, a shotgun-toting passenger might sit …

Why more people are using alternative dispute resolution

Articles,Firm News On Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Learn about alternative dispute resolution. Discover how it can help in different legal cases and why people use it instead of other litigation options.

Every day the courts in Connecticut have overloaded dockets. They try to hear as many cases …

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