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January 2016 Archives

Know what strict liability means for animal bites in Connecticut

The first thing you should do following an animal bite is to seek medical attention. If your injury is simple, you may be able to administer first aid on your own. However, as our attorneys at Beebe and O’Neil know, many times, these events lead to severe injuries that necessitate professional help.

When is a car or car part considered defective?

Car accidents can happen for a number of reasons, including an impaired driver, poor weather conditions or speeding. In Connecticut, too many people are familiar with accidents that stem from an auto defect. If you have been in an accident related to a malfunctioning vehicle or component, you should know what your options are for recovering damages.

Study: Drunk drivers almost four times as likely to crash

It should come as no surprise that people who drive drunk in New London are putting themselves and others at risk. But just how high is that risk? A recent study from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggests that people who have a blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent are almost four times as likely as sober drivers to get into a motor vehicle accident.

Lawsuit: Connecticut doctor responsible for fetal death

While many surgeries in Connecticut and around the country are successful, some have unintended consequences. An injury due to negligence or malpractice can cause a lifetime of pain. Unfortunately, one local couple is grieving their child due to what they claim was a grave physician error.

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