Legal Articles, Lawsuit & Dispute

An Overview of Dangerous Products Litigation

A blog post about class action lawsuits that arise against large corporations that have produced a dangerous product.

Depositions in a Cruise Ship Injury Case Against Disney

Whenever we sue a cruise line on behalf of an injured passenger or crewmember, one of our primary concerns is how to get our client to Florida to testify at deposition and trial. This is especially challenging when the client is badly injured, can't afford to travel, or can't obtain a visa.

Judge Rejects Spoiled Turkey Claim In Products Liability Suit

Plaintiff lost a defective products liability case due to inability to provide sufficient evidence as concluded by a judge.

Time Limits For Filing A Defective Product Claim

A blog post about the "statute of limitations" or time which you have to file a defective product liability claim.

Who Do I Sue If I Get Injured On Public Transportation?

Blog post about who is responsible for a personal injury which occurs on public transport.

Failure To Warn: An Overview

Blog post which classifies what failure to warn is, as well as how a manufacturer is able to defend themselves in a failure to warn lawsuit.

Estates Claim Residence Owner Did Not Provide Adequate Security

Blog post about allegations from plaintiff which state a dangerous individual resided at or visited the landlords property at the same time that plaintiffs' decedents resided at or visited the property prove insufficent to CT court.

Plaintiffs Lack Standing For Claims Against Future Alimony

A blog post about, four men suing Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on how Connecticut awards alimony in divorce actions, resulting in Gov. Malloy moving to dismiss on lack of standing.

Court Drops Motion for Contempt Despite Failed Alimony Payments

Blog post about a divorce case in Connecticut where the court dropped a contempt motion despite a failure by the defendant to make timely alimony payments.

CT Court Rules on Multi-Jurisdiction Alimony Modification

Blog post about a Connecticut court ruling on an alimony modification that involved multiple jurisdictions.

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