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October 2015 Archives

What is comparative fault in Connecticut?

Following a car accident, Connecticut law enables you to seek damages from the responsible party. However, the state operates on comparative fault or comparative negligence laws. In other words, you could only recover damages for as much as the other party was at fault for the accident.

The dangerous side effects of an animal bite

Many of the physical injuries associated with an animal bite are obvious, such as bleeding and scarring. At Beebe and O’Neil, we know that there are a number of other damages that victims of an animal attack can suffer. If you have experienced a bite, odds are you could be encountering deeper physical effects as well as psychological damage.

The commonality of fake doctors and medical errors

People in New London often hear stories of medical doctors who make mistakes that lead to the worsened medical condition of a patient. However, it is important to know that some of these mistakes may not be committed by a licensed physician, but by a person who is pretending to be a doctor.

Chain-reaction crash in Meriden leaves four injured

As most people are aware, leaving the scene of an accident may have serious legal ramifications. However, not moving vehicles away from traffic, if possible, following collisions may result in additional accidents. As a result, those involved in the initial crash, and others, could suffer serious injuries or death.

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