Personal injury

How Does the Personal Injury Claim Process Work?

Posted On August 19, 2022 In Personal injury
Personal injury claims may originate from a number of different circumstances. You may be injured in a car accident, slip and fall on an unsafe property, suffer harm due to medical negligence, and more. These are just a few of the situations that commonly give rise to personal injury cases. A Connecticut personal injury...

Can You Sue for Pain and Suffering in CT?

Posted On January 5, 2022 In Personal injury
Pain and suffering damages refer to the non-economic losses for a personal injury. They are distinct from economic damages, which represent the actual financial harm suffered by the victim(s). Although economic damages often make up a significant portion of the recoverable compensation in a personal injury claim, damages for pain and suffering, outside of...

5 Impactful Ways to Prevent Teen Texting and Driving

Posted On December 14, 2021 In Personal injury
If you’re raising a teenager, you know how important their phone is to them. They’re always on it, and it can be tough to peel them away from their screens. When they start driving, though, teen texting and driving will be an issue that you will need to address. While this may seem like...

How To Avoid Breaking Your Wrist In a Fall

Posted On November 2, 2021 In Personal injury
No one likes to fall, but as we all know, it happens. In fact, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, this common type of accident sends approximately 7.9 million individuals of all ages to U.S. emergency rooms each year. Could many of these falls have been prevented? Maybe not. The injuries,...

Pedestrian Safety: A Two-Way Street

Posted On July 15, 2020 In Personal injury
As the sunshine melts away the quarantine blues, more people are outside and enjoying the fresh air. Hustling streets and energetic downtowns are providing a needed boost to the economy, but also creating an unsuspecting danger to pedestrians. In 2018, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that 6,283 pedestrians were killed in...

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