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Slip-And-Fall Accidents

Icy sidewalks and the ongoing storm doctrine

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Thursday, February 1, 2018

No one has to tell Connecticut residents of the hazards that ice and snow present to roads, sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and outdoor stairs. Often they spend half of each year digging out from snow and/or ice storms and gingerly …

What you should know before filing a slip-and-fall lawsuit

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Saturday, January 20, 2018

Connecticut residents who have been injured as the result of a slip-and-fall accident often wish to sue the person they believe is responsible for their injury. FindLaw notes that these lawsuits where someone has slipped, tripped or fallen while on …

What does premises liability mean for Connecticut business owners?

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Tuesday, January 16, 2018

With the weekend forecast including a major winter storm, this is a good time for Connecticut business owners to review the implications of premises liability. Forbes reminds tenants and owners alike that responsibility for the safety of your staff and …

Injuries incurred during holiday shopping

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Friday, December 15, 2017

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 …

Tips to avoid becoming a fall statistic this winter

Firm News,Slip-And-Fall Accidents On Friday, November 10, 2017

When winter sets in and snow and ice become a daily reality for Connecticut residents, you probably fall into one of two categories – you either love the winter wonderland, or you are annoyed by the inconvenience of dealing with …

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