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Slip-And-Fall Accidents

Sidewalk Slip and Fall: Who Is Liable?

Premises Liability,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Wednesday, November 15, 2023

If you get injured in a slip and fall accident that takes place on a sidewalk in Connecticut, you may be able to recover financial compensation for your medical bills and other related expenses. However, you or your slip and

What Are Long-Term Injuries From a Slip and Fall Accident?

Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Monday, October 18, 2021

Many people hear ‘slip and fall’ and picture minor injuries, such as bumps and bruises. They underestimate the severe harm that a slip and fall accident can cause under the wrong circumstances. In reality, many victims suffer long-term and catastrophic …

Property Owner Liability After Slip and Fall

Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Monday, October 11, 2021

Slip, trip and fall accidents can cause serious and even life-changing injuries. If you believe that your recent slip and fall accident in Connecticut was caused by a defect or hazard on the property, you may have grounds to hold …

How to Prepare for the Snow in Connecticut

Articles,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Thursday, February 27, 2020

By Attorneys Charles P. Reed and Dorothy J. Diaz-Hennessey of Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C.

As Northeasterners, Connecticut residents don’t fear a little snow. You probably know to plan ahead for the inevitable snow and ice storms. With each winter storm comes …

Why seniors shouldn’t hesitate to consider a slip-and-fall case

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Friday, October 25, 2019

Senior citizens are typically more likely to suffer slip-and-fall accidents than younger people. As we age, our balance and mobility often decline. The rate and amount of decline vary considerably from one person to the next. People’s eyesight deteriorates, making …

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