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Aggressive Driving – What Does That Mean?

Posted on May 30, 2023 in
At some point, most people will encounter an aggressive driver on the highway. These behaviors make everyone unsafe and can lead to tense encounters. Unfortunately, these actions have escalated over the years. If you become the victim of an accident involving an aggressive driver, speaking with a Connecticut personal injury attorney can help you...
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Factors That Increase the Value of a Personal Injury Case

Posted on April 5, 2023 in
Determining how much monetary value a personal injury settlement has can be challenging. There is no exact formula, but factors will affect the value of an insurance claim. A personal injury attorney may have experience with similar cases so he can base his expectations on past experiences. However, there is no direct route to...
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Anoxic and Hypoxic Brain Injury

Posted on March 31, 2023 in
Among the different types of injuries that can occur, brain injury is amont the most serious. Brain injuries have the potential to alter someone’s life dramatically and indefinitely. While traumatic brain injuries are the most common, lack of oxygen can als cause significant damage to a person’s brain. What Are Oxygen-Related Brain Injuries? One...
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How Are Damages Calculated in Wrongful Death Cases?

Posted on March 13, 2023 in
Damages can often be difficult to calculate - especially in cases where someone has passed away. This process can vary state-by-state and requires the help of a seasoned attorney. Reach out to a Connecticut wrongful death attorney from Connolly Brennan Ralabate to learn how damages will be calculated in your wrongful death case. What...
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Medical Malpractice Laws in Connecticut

Posted on February 5, 2023 in
When you go to the doctor, you do not expect to leave injured or sicker than when you arrived. The same goes for a visit to the hospital, when you undergo surgery, or if you see a specialist. However, mistakes happen. When mistakes are made by medical professionals, it is known as medical malpractice...
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