Fall driving can lead to injuries

Many argue that the fall season is the best that Connecticut has to offer. The trees’ leaves change from green into infinite shades of yellow, red, orange, and gold. There are opportunities to see migrating birds passing through, and the local wildlife is active...

How much is a personal injury case worth?

There are no guarantees regarding the value of a personal injury lawsuit. The process of finding out, however, starts with the conclusion of the injured’s medical treatment. Only then will an attorney have an idea of how the victim’s life will look moving...

What to do after a slip and fall accident

Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common types of personal injury cases. Typically, these involve a victim slipping, tripping or falling on someone else’s private property or commercial property. A municipal property involves different standards, but may...

Do personal injury suits go to trial?

Personal injury cases are like many other civil cases in that they typically do not go to trial. Instead, the two sides negotiate a settlement before litigation begins, or early in the litigation process. Sometimes compensation is offered before a suit is even filed....

Do I need an attorney for my personal injury?

Personal injuries come in a wide range of severities. While it may be apparent that you need an attorney for a catastrophic injury for a car accident, what about smaller injuries like a slip-and-fall? Insurance companies may tell you that lawyers only delay...

Distracted driving is growing worse

While most people in Connecticut are likely aware of the dangers of distracted driving, many continue to use their phones while they drive. A recent study demonstrates that the problem of distracted driving continues to worsen despite educational initiatives and legal...