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How Can I Prove My Employer Was Responsible for My COVID-19 Infection?

The State of Connecticut has lowered its number of coronavirus cases dramatically. This is due to social distancing and people wearing masks out in public. As businesses continue to reopen, your employer may need you to come back to work. Unfortunately, doing so could increase your level of exposure to COVID-19. If you contract the … Read More

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Will the Coronavirus Pandemic Affect My Personal Injury Case?

The coronavirus pandemic has halted the majority of businesses in Connecticut. Yet, certain businesses remain open. Governor Ned Lamont has classified them as essential. This includes legal and accounting services. Thus, law firms can remain open and conduct business. This is good news for people with ongoing personal injury litigation. Injured victims are often out … Read More

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Can I Get Unemployment If My Work Shuts Down Due to the Coronavirus?

Most of us have never seen a global pandemic like the one currently raging across the world. The Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is a flu-like virus that is extremely contagious. To stop the spread of this deadly disease, businesses across the country shut down and sent employees home. For some employees, their work allows … Read More

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Recovering Compensation After a Car Accident Miscarriage

Suffering a car accident miscarriage is devastating. In the blink of an eye, your future life with your child is over. When this happens, you may wonder how you will ever put your life back together again. While no amount of compensation could ever undo the harm done, you and your family should not have … Read More

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Medicare and Medicaid Liens in Connecticut Personal Injury Cases

After a car accident, you could face a lifetime of disability, financial stress and pain and suffering. If you are over the age of 65 and on Medicare, then you may not have the money you need to pay all of your medical expenses and long-term care costs. Thus, filing a personal injury lawsuit against … Read More

Three Things That Will Make a Christmas Car Accident Worse

Christmas is one of the most active travel holidays of the year. This year, AAA estimates that around 115.6 million people are traveling for the holiday. However, there could potentially be even more travelers, increasing your risk for being involved in an auto accident. If this happens, then there are a few things you should … Read More

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What Are the Most Common Pedestrian Injuries Resulting From Car Accidents?

A recent report by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) indicates that the number of pedestrian accident fatalities in the United States is at a 28-year high. In fact, pedestrian deaths have increased by 35% over the past decade. The majority of fatal pedestrian accidents occur after dark while crossing the street, especially in major cities where … Read More

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