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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 …

What causes asphalt to deteriorate?

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Thursday, September 26, 2019

The parking lot of your local shopping center in Connecticut can be hazardous to you once you exit your vehicle. Parking lots are common sites of slip-and-fall accidents. Sometimes the cause is pavement that becomes wet and slippery due to …

What are the four types of falls?

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Saturday, August 31, 2019

Whenever you are walking in Connecticut, you are particularly vulnerable to a fall at the point when your weight shifts from one foot to the other and your body is momentarily off-balance. Any fall from a standing height has the …

Are icy roads the only slip and fall risk?

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Friday, June 7, 2019

Connecticut residents like you often have to deal with slippery footing in the winter due to the ice and snow. However, just because it is almost summer doesn’t mean there are no slipping or tripping hazards out there. Today we …

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