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Consumer Groups Gear Up in Last Fight for Arbitration Ban

More than 75 consumer, health and advocacy groups have joined together to form the Fair Arbitration Now Coalition in an effort to stop the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) from reversing a previous ruling that banned the use of pre-dispute… Read More

Car Accident Statute of Limitations in Connecticut

A statute of limitations is a law that outlines how long an individual has to file a lawsuit within his or her state. Each type of case has its own statute of limitations that must be followed. If this deadline is missed, the individual will lose the… 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

Mike D'Amico Appointed to Connecticut Task Force to Study Fully Autonomous Vehicles

We are honored to announce that firm partner Mike D’Amico has been appointed to serve on the Connecticut task force to study fully autonomous vehicles. As a dedicated Connecticut personal injury lawyer, D’Amico is well suited to represent the voice of… Read More

78-Year-Old Woman Severely Injured in Pit Bull Attack

A 78-year-old woman suffered severe injuries to her head, neck and arms after being attacked by a pit bull in New Haven on July 4. According to the New Haven Fire Chief, the woman was the landlord of the property on Hubinger Street where the attack happened.… Read More

One Pedestrian Killed, One Injured After Being Hit by Car in Pomfret

Two pedestrians were hit by a car in a fatal crash on Route 44 in Pomfret on Tuesday night, according to state police. A 35-year-old woman was killed and a 16-year-old was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. Police said the victims… Read More

USA TODAY Investigation Part 2: Retail Companies Enable Port Trucker Exploitation

A recent USA TODAY Network investigation revealed widespread abuse of port truckers, who transport goods short distances from Southern California ports to warehouses where they are stored before being transported to stores throughout the country. The… Read More

Medical Malpractice Tort Reform Bill Narrowly Passes House

On Wednesday, the U.S. House of Representatives narrowly passed House Bill 1215, known as the Protecting Access to Care Act, which will strip patients and nursing home residents of their right to hold hospitals, health care providers and nursing homes… Read More

Six Killed, Five Injured in Four Area Collisions

Local police responded to four fatal collisions in Waterbury and the surrounding area over the weekend that killed six and injured five people. Our Waterbury car crash attorneys have seen the devastation that a serious accident can have on the victim… Read More

USA TODAY Investigation Part 1: Truck Drivers Pushed to Work Longer Hours than Legally Allowed

A recent investigation by the USA TODAY Network found that port trucking companies, which transport goods into and out of California ports, use unscrupulous practices to force drivers to exceed federal limits on working hours. According to the investigation,… Read More