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Surgeons usually have the most complex task, and they need to perform surgeries responsibly. Whenever you or your loved ones go to the hospital to get surgery, you literally put your hands on the hands of the doctors, surgeons, nurses, and medical personnel who will take part in the procedure. You assume they will do...

Unfortunately, car accidents are a commonplace occurrence on Connecticut roads. Although most fender benders are minor and result in little more than a few scrapes and bruises, more serious accidents can have life-altering consequences. If you’ve been involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, you may wonder how to claim compensation. Here are...

How Do I File a Lawsuit in Connecticut

There are two court systems, (Small Claims Court and Superior Court), available for lawsuits to be commenced to seek money for injuries you sustained, whether caused by a motor vehicle accident, medical malpractice, a slip and fall, a dog bite, or other incidents in which you were injured. In both Court systems, a Summons and...

Money Compensation for Dog Bites in Connecticut

Connecticut has a law that spells out your rights if you are injured in any way by a dog. It is called the “Dog Bite Statute”, General Statutes section 22-357. Under the law, you are entitled to make a claim for monetary compensation by proving: The injury was caused by the dog, and At the...

What is a “Contingency Fee” and how does it work?

Will your representation of me cost me anything? As a personal injury attorney who only represents people who have been hurt I am often asked these questions. They are important questions to answer. All of my cases are handled on a “Contingency Fee” basis. Put simply, my representation of you will not require you to...