Legal Articles, Wrongful Death

Duty of Care & Foreseeability

Duty of Care & Foreseeability

Dead Man’s Statute

It is fundamental in evidentiary law that an out-of-court statement that is offered to establish the truth of the facts contained in the statement is hearsay and is generally inadmissible unless an exception to the general rule applies

Biomechanical Engineer Testimony in a Low-Impact Collision Case

defense approach in the trial of a low-impact collision case

Condominium Slip & Fall Cases

Tort Liability of Condominium Entities

Charitable Immunity

The Connecticut Legislature abolished the common-law defense of charitable immunity by statute in 1967. Conn. Gen. Stat. § 52-557d provides: “The common law defense of charitable immunity is abolished and shall not constitute a valid defense to any cause of action.”

Falling Merchandise

Cases involving injuries caused by falling objects were once a quiet backwater of premises liability law. Most cases involved objects such as dropped tools on construction sites, or natural causes, such as rotten tree limbs.

Wrongful Death Statute & Survival of Civil Actions Statute

Connecticut’s wrongful death statute

Baby Powder and Cancer: An Unexpected Correlation

Talcum Powder, also known as Baby Powder is used by millions of people every day. Millions of households in the United States use these products for the care of their infants. Since the product is generally seen as safe, consumers are shocked to learn that it’s been linked to ovarian cancer.

So you Suspect Pharmacy Malpractice- What to Do

If you suspect pharmacy malpractice, a pharmacy misfill or mistake, or medication error, there are some important things you should do before contacting a malpractice lawyer.

You Suspect Medical Malpractice: What to Do Now?

Your loved one went to the hospital with a non life-threatening injury. Now he is dead. If you suspect something went wrong and medical malpractice, it can be confusing and difficult to know how to sort things out.

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