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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a reminder that it will begin accepting petitions under the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)-Only Transitional Worker (CW1) program subject to the fiscal year 2019 CW1 cap on April 2, 2018.
The world of catching-a-ride has come a long way since the first yellow taxicab. With the implementation of ride sharing companies like Uber and Lyft, people everywhere are more comfortable letting someone else take over the driving duties.
Slip and fall cases are very common in commercial buildings, but you might be surprised to learn that they can happen in residential areas quite often. Consider these hazards-waiting-to-happen at any residential property...
No one wants to receive that dreaded letter in the mail telling them that their car or truck is being recalled for a safety-related defect. From the Ford F-150 to the Honda Accord, vehicles of any make and model can be subject to a recall at some point during ownership.
The entire United States relies on tractor-trailers to transport goods to stores and keep the economy flourishing. They are essential for putting items on the shelves and making them readily available for consumers to purchase.
Airbags are safety devices that inflate upon impact to prevent a person's head from hitting the steering wheel or dash. Nobody ever really thinks about the equipment until it is needed, but when a failure occurs the consequences can be drastic.
A blog post about employment benefits for tenured Connecticut teachers.
A blog post about recent updates in teacher evaluation procedure.
A blog post about the Connecticut laws surrounding teacher tenure.
A blog post about teacher tenure and the regulations surrounding termination of teachers who are tenured or not tenured.
A blog post about teacher labor negotiations in Connecticut
A blog post about the accelerated rehabilitation program in Connecticut and what will make a person eligible for it.
A blog post summarizing a 2010 Connecticut drunk driving case in which a plaintiff sued both the deceased drunk driver's estate and the host of a social event at which the decedent got intoxicated before driving away and getting into the accident.
If you are finding it difficult to pay your bills, or are being sued, or have judgments granted against you, contact us at Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC. We can review your current situation and discuss your options with you, whether that means fighting in court, negotiating a settlement, filing for bankruptcy, or more.
A past blog post about FINRA and U-5 forms.
A blog post outlining Connecticut laws and regulations about employment separation agreements.
A blog post about accident cases in Connecticut and how to prove fault when faced with a lawsuit.
A blog post about a 2015 case in Connecticut about a court's handling of damages when an estate was sued for a drunk driving accident.
A blog post outlining the typical timeline of a divorce for first time divorcees.
A blog post outlining the basics of alimony and what is or isn't tax deductible.