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Victims of defective GM vehicles fighting for compensation

Firm News,Wrongful Death On Monday, April 7, 2014

Although automobiles are the most common mode of transportation in Connecticut and the rest of the country, it is important for people to remember that they are large, heavy pieces of machinery that can be deadly. Unfortunately, some car manufacturers …

Family of drowned 14-year-old Manchester boy to receive $1.72 million

Firm News,Wrongful Death On Friday, February 28, 2014

When Connecticut parents send their children to school, whether it’s elementary, middle or high school, they expect that the teachers and staff members will protect them from any possible harm. Unfortunately, distractions can sometimes keep teachers from paying attention to …

Distracted driving still causes thousands of car accidents each year

Firm News On Sunday, February 23, 2014

Most Connecticut residents have some sort of mobile device that enables them to stay connected with their family, friends, and colleagues. While these devices can be tremendously useful, they can cause car accidents when people use them while they’re operating …

Following fatal Bridgeport accident, driver to spend five years in prison

Firm News On Friday, February 7, 2014

Even though most Connecticut drivers are cautious and careful, some car accidents are unavoidable. However, when people fail to stop after an auto accident, the legal system often punishes them severely. Such reckless behavior can even lead to more collisions …

2 dogs rip off woman’s buttock and ear in vicious attack

Firm News On Friday, January 3, 2014

In New Have, and elsewhere, regardless of the breed of dog a pet owner has, they have a responsibility to ensure that their pet is properly socialized so it will not attack or that it is safely enclosed in their …

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