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  • The Importance of Evidence in Your Car Accident Personal Injury Case

    The Importance of Evidence in Your Car Accident Personal Injury Case Proving fault in a car accident can be a complicated process, requiring substantial evidence before ruling in the victim's favor. Our Atlanta car accident attorneys specialize in gathering compelling evidence to strengthen your personal injury claims, ensuring that you receive the justice and compensation that you deserve. Seven ...
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  • 10 Common Complications Encountered When Estate Planning

    The Importance of Estate Planning for Your Family's Future Estate planning isn't something that people often like to think about– but it's a necessary task that protects your assets and ensures your loved ones are taken care of in your absence. A well-crafted estate plan can give you the peace of mind that comes from knowing your family's future is secure. In this blog post, we will explore the ...
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  • Lead Poisoning in the Workplace

    Lead poisoning is a potentially life-threatening issue that continues to affect certain industries and workforce demographics. Although many people don’t think twice about lead, workers who are exposed due to particular working conditions can suffer from extreme health complications. It’s important for employees to become aware of the dangers of lead exposure and when to seek medical attention. ...
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  • How to Co-Parent with a Narcissist

    Co-parenting can be challenging in any circumstance. Making decisions about your children’s education, medical care, upbringing, and other aspects can be difficult when working together with someone who lives separately and may have differing opinions. What becomes even more challenging is when you are co-parenting with a narcissist or someone who exhibits those traits. MayoClinic defines ...
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  • The 6 Most Common Workplace Injuries

    Workplace injuries can range from minor to severe and life-altering. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that employers reported a total of 2.6 million injury and illness cases in 2021. Becoming familiar with the common types of workplace injuries can help you identify possible dangers as you work. The six most common types of workplace injuries include: 1.Slip and falls 2.Overexertion and ...
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  • 3 Things to Remember When Talking to Insurance After an Accident

    The aftermath of a car accident can feel chaotic and overwhelming. Even minor fender benders can feel traumatic, depending on the circumstances. And if you or a loved one is injured in a car accident, it can be especially difficult to know how to proceed. Of course, the first thing that needs to be done immediately following an accident is ensuring that you’ve removed yourself from harm’s way and ...
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  • Understanding Connecticut's Product Liability Laws

    If you or a loved one have been harmed while using a product, you may be eligible for compensation. Product liability laws allow consumers to hold companies responsible for any damages, injuries, or deaths that are caused by their products. This includes harm caused by defective designs, unreasonably dangerous manufacturing flaws, or inadequate warnings related to how the product should be used. ...
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  • Homeowner Liability for Trick-or-Treat Injuries

    Are Homeowners Liable for Injury to a Trick-or-Treater? Halloween is a fun holiday that families and friends can enjoy together; while going trick-or-treating or attending a costume party is a great way to spend the holiday, you may suffer injuries while you are on someone else’s property. Can the homeowner be held liable for your injuries and damages? Yes, if a homeowner is proven to have acted ...
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  • Disclosure Requirements for Selling CT Real Estate

    What Must Sellers Disclose When Selling Real Estate in CT? Residential sellers are legally required to make certain disclosures to their potential buyers (see Connecticut General Statute § 20-327b ). In adherence to the law, sellers must complete a Residential Property Condition Disclosure Report, which asks them to honestly disclose: The age of the property The length of their occupancy in the ...
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  • What Are the Types of Catastrophic Injuries?

    Being involved in an accident can be scary and life-altering, especially if you suffer an injury. While all injuries can have a lasting impact on a person, catastrophic injuries are injuries that impact your long-term quality of life, job, daily life, and every aspect of your life. Below, we will discuss the common types of catastrophic injuries sustained in negligence-based accidents. Common ...
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  • Late-Night Driving Safety Tips

    While driving at night doesn’t have to be scary, drivers should use caution when driving at night as driving dangers can increase at night. According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration research, fatal crashes are here times higher at night than during the day (per mile traveled). Below, we will discuss some safety tips for driving at night to help reduce the risk of being involved ...
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  • Common Causes of Slip & Fall Accidents

    Property owners owe their guests and legal visitors a certain duty of care and should take the necessary steps to inform guests of potential hazards. However, because of negligence by the property owner or management, many people continue to suffer injuries in slip (or trip) and fall accidents. Below, we will discuss the leading causes of negligence-based slip and fall accidents as well as ways to ...
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  • Can Your Shoes Cause a Car Accident?

    Comparative Negligence, Car Accidents, & Your Shoes In our previous blog, “How Clothing & Shoes Can Affect Slip & Fall Claims,” we discussed how footwear can be investigated in premises liability cases. To review, Connecticut follows modified comparative negligence laws; under these laws, while plaintiffs can still recover compensation if they were not more than 50% at fault for their accident, ...
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  • Common Causes of Burn Injuries

    A common type of catastrophic injury that accident victims can sustain is burns. A burn is damage sustained to the tissue that is caused by heat, electricity, chemicals, radiation, or the sun, and they are typically classified, based on their severity, as either a first-degree, second-degree, or third-degree burn. While first-degree burns are mild and only affect the top layer of skin, ...
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  • How Clothing & Shoes Can Affect Slip & Fall Claims

    Connecticut is a modified comparative fault state, which means that a plaintiff can still pursue a claim if they were partially at fault for their accident. However, they must only be 50% or less at fault, and their damages will be reduced by their percentage of fault. In slip and fall claims, especially those involving snow and ice, your clothing and footwear may be investigated and questioned by ...
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