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August 2017 Archives

What is "negligence" in motorcycle accident cases?

Motorcycle accidents, like car accidents, are all too common on the roadways of Connecticut. But, unlike car accidents, motorcycle accidents have a far greater potential to result in serious injuries and even death. When a motorcycle accident in Connecticut does result in serious injuries, the victim may be inclined to pursue financial compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. In doing so, the victim will likely need to prove negligence in the case.

Multi-vehicle accident involves three cars, five people injured

Connecticut residents always need to be on the lookout for semi-trucks and other large vehicles on the roads. When these types of large vehicles are involved in an accident, the damage to the vehicles and the injuries to other drivers and passengers can be significant. That appears to be the case in a recent accident that reportedly occurred on August 12 in Hartford.

An overview of wrongful death lawsuits in Connecticut

It is probably hard for most people to deal with the unexpected death of a loved one. But it can be even harder when the death was caused by the negligence or recklessness of another person. However, when these are the circumstances in the death of a Connecticut resident, the law provides an opportunity to recover financial compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit.

Pursuing financial compensation after a brain injury

Almost any type of accident could leave a Connecticut resident with serious injuries. Bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, car accidents and truck accidents are all too common in America. These accidents can have devastating consequences, leaving the injured victims with broken bones, internal injuries and, perhaps worst of all, brain injuries.

What are your legal options after a dog bite injury?

Most Connecticut residents probably don't expect to be in any danger when they go to another person's property, but the reality is that all too often there are dangerous conditions that visitors may not be aware of. One of those dangers is the property owner's animal -- specifically dogs.

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