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What Should I Bring to an Initial Consultation with a PI Attorney?

If you have been injured in an accident due to negligence, you may be seeking to recover compensation in a personal injury claim. One of the first steps of this process is to schedule your initial consultation with a personal injury attorney you trust. Continue reading and reach out to our personal injury firm to […]

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Charged with a DUI this Labor Day? What to Know

Labor Day marks a heightened risk of drunk driving incidents in Connecticut. If you have been charged with a DUI over the holiday weekend, it is important that you retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney who will explore all defense opportunities on your behalf. To learn the potential penalties that you may […]

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Pool Safety Precautions to Consider this Labor Day

As the summer comes to a close, you may forget the useful pool safety tips that you have considered throughout the season. This Labor Day, it is important to refresh your memory on the safety precautions to take that will keep you and your loved ones safe at the pool. To avoid swimming pool accidents […]

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Steps to Take After a Bicycle Accident in Connecticut

If you have been injured in a bicycle accident in Connecticut, you may be eligible to recover financial compensation by filing a personal injury claim with the assistance of an experienced attorney. Continue reading to learn more about this process and the steps to take after your injury. What are the most common causes of […]

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What Are the Methods of Protection for Domestic Violence Victims?

Domestic violence, unfortunately, affects many individuals around the world. In Connecticut, there are laws put into place to prevent individuals from harming, stalking, or threatening anyone that is a member of their family, someone they live with, or someone they have dated. Connecticut also has laws in place that work with victims of domestic violence […]

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