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If a medical mistake caused you harm, what party is to blame?

Medical problems can be frustrating for you and your Connecticut family. The costs are high, and it could lead to various complications that carry over into multiple areas of your life. These problems can be compounded when medical mistakes cause additional physical harm. People who are victims of medical mistakes have certain rights.

Administrative penalties following an OUI conviction

Drunk driving laws in Connecticut place the state among those with the strictest laws and harshest penalties. The consequences of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol begin almost immediately. If police determine you are under the influence of alcohol, even if your blood alcohol content is lower than .08, officers will arrest you and take you to a lock-up facility. From there, your future depends on whether a court convicts you of the offense.

The types of distraction threatening your safety

Distracted driving is a serious threat to the well-being of every person driving on Connecticut roads and highways. The choice to engage in negligent or reckless behavior while behind the wheel is not only dangerous for the driver, it puts everyone else on the road at an increased risk for an accident.

Do you need a trust as part of your complete estate plan?

Connecticut readers know that estate planning is a smart step for everyone, regardless of income level or the size of the estate. A basic estate plan can allow you to decide what will happen to your property in the future and make things easier for your beneficiaries. Most people could benefit from a basic will, but you may need more than that in order to meet specific objectives.

I'm selling my home. What do I have to tell the buyer?

Selling your home is a major decision, and it could be important for the future of your Connecticut family. You understand there is more to selling your home than simply putting up a sign in your yard and entertaining offers from potential buyers. In fact, there are certain things you must tell potential buyers about your home.

Did a consumer product cause you harm? You can fight back.

When you buy a product from a Connecticut store or distributor, you understandably have the expectation that it is safe for you to use. However, there are times that consumer products can cause harm, leaving with you with injuries or illness. It may seem like an impossible task to find out who is responsible for your suffering, but with help, you can hold liable parties accountable and seek appropriate compensation.

Will your child's birth injury give birth to a malpractice claim?

It is devastating for a Connecticut family to learn that their child suffered injuries during the birth process. It can be particularly unfortunate when these injuries happen as a result of the careless or reckless actions of a doctor, nurse or other health care professional.

Workers' compensation: Separating fact from fiction

Accidents happen. Sometimes they're impossible to avoid -- unpredictable weather -- or unforeseeable -- a machine malfunctions for no apparent reason. Other times, it could be simple human error, from a co-worker's careless mistake to your own momentary distraction. Whatever the reason, the bottom line is that you suffered an injury on the job and are unable to work.

Have your beneficiaries been reviewed lately?

When you purchased life insurance and started your retirement savings account, you were instructed to name a beneficiary for those funds. And like most people, you probably haven’t thought twice about it since. But as time goes by and life changes occur, it becomes increasingly important to review all aspects of your estate plan, especially your beneficiary designations.

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