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  • Tesla's Model 3 raises interesting liability questions

    01/22/2018

    In a prior post, we noted how self-driving cars were going to be on Connecticut roads sooner than we think. It was widely expected that by 2020, science fiction would turn to reality. Automakers have been working for years to...

    Category: Car Accidents

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  • Reasonable care and ice jams

    01/19/2018

    It’s only January, but it has been quite the winter so far. The cold weather is to be expected, same with the snow, but the recent ice jams are unprecedented. In the town of Kent, jams caused flooding because water...

    Category: Personal Injury

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  • Can you really trust an 'independent' medical examiner

    01/12/2018

    If you have been injured in a car accident, chances are that an insurance company is reviewing your claim so that you may be compensated for your injuries and medical expenses. Oftentimes injuries are obvious enough to merit compensation without...

    Category: Personal Injury

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  • Important tips for child restraint recalls

    01/10/2018

    This week’s thaw couldn’t have come sooner. With snow melting, getting around may be easier. Of course, conscientious drivers are wary of read conditions, but they should also be wary of car seats and whether they are subject to recalls....

    Category: Personal Injury

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