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Legal Articles, Medical Malpractice

When Is the Government Liable for a Bike Accident?

A blog post overviewing the possible dangers on the road a government can be liable for if they cause a bike accident.

Connecticut Jury Awards $2M to Man Who Fell Down Stairs, Fractured Skull

A blog post about a case out of Stamford, CT in which a man who was renting rooms from the defendant and was severely injured in a fall down a flight of stairs.

An Overview of Connecticut's Personal Injury Laws

A blog post reviewing the basic information regarding the law a person should know going into a personal injury claim in Connecticut.

Teen Driver Safety in the Summer Months - St. Louis Car Accident Attorney

These are just a few causes that are responsible for a large number of accidents.

Fla. Appeals Court Says Tribe Was Immune Between Compacts

A Florida appeals court has found that the Seminole Tribe of Florida is immune from a slip and fall lawsuit filed by a woman who fell in a casino bathroom, saying the tribe wasn't subject to a sovereign immunity waiver at the time of the incident because it was between gaming compacts.

When Can I Be Held Responsible for Someone Else's Poor Driving?

A blog post about the legal theory of vicarious liability.

Common Considerations for a Neck Injury Settlement

A blog post outlining tips and considerations for individuals filing a claim for neck injuries.

Tribal Employee Granted Immunity in Connecticut Personal Injury Case

A blog post about a Connecticut Court ruling the doctrine of tribal sovereign immunity extends to both the tribe as a whole and its employees as individuals.

Vicarious Liability and Negligence: What You Should Know

A blog post about the legal theory of vicarious liability, being held responsible for the action and/or negligence of another.

Considering Business Liability for Personal Injury

A blog post about when a business owes a customer a duty of care and when that duty is breached and causes harm to the customer.

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