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Important Evidence to Support Your Personal Injury Claim

Succeeding in a personal injury claim requires providing evidence that your injuries were directly caused by the defendant’s actions. This will include proving how the injury occurred and the extent of your damages. The Connecticut personal injury attorneys… Read More

Damages in Connecticut for Personal Injury Claims

If you are injured in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, you may have the legal right to file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault party to recover compensation for the damages you suffered. One key component of any personal… Read More

Is There a Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Claims?

If you are considering filing a personal injury claim in Connecticut, there are important deadlines you must be aware of. These deadlines are called statutes of limitations and they limit how long an injury victim has to file a personal injury lawsuit.… Read More

What You Need to Know About Negligence in Connecticut

Negligence is an important part of most personal injury cases. To recover compensation from another party that caused your injuries, you must be able to prove the other party’s negligent actions caused your injuries. Because this can be complicated,… Read More

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Lawsuits in Connecticut

If you have been injured, it is likely that you have several questions about your legal rights and what you should do next. Because of this, our Connecticut personal injury lawyers have answered some of the most frequently asked questions personal injury… Read More

Congress Pushes Tort Reform Bills Through Judiciary Committee with No Hearings

Despite bipartisan opposition, the U.S. House of Representatives seems to be fast-tracking five bills that would make it harder for victims of corporate negligence to file civil lawsuits to hold large corporations accountable and recover fair compensation… Read More

Congress to Vote on Several Anti-Civil Justice Bills

This week, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on several bills that could have a severe impact on consumers’ right to file lawsuits regarding corporate and other wrongdoing. Each of these pieces of legislation will make it more difficult for… Read More

Michael D'Amico Testifies About State Legislation on Car Insurance Minimums, Autonomous Vehicles

Partner Michael D'Amico recently testified before state legislators about proposals to raise minimum mandatory auto insurance limits and to require the State of Connecticut to move at a thoughtful pace when deciding under what conditions highly autonomous… Read More

Mike Papantonio and Ralph Nader Discuss How Jury Trials Make Society Safer

In a recent interview on the RT America TV program "America's Lawyer," host Mike Papantonio and consumer advocate Ralph Nader discuss corporate attempts at tort reform. They argue that tort reform would take away the constitutional rights of Americans… Read More

Concussion Concerns Go Beyond Football

Much attention has been focused on the risks of concussions in sports, especially football. Some have even called for a ban of the sport, as noted in a recently published discussion between doctors in the Journal of Pediatrics. However, although closed… Read More