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Car accidents and employer-owned vehicles

An employee in Connecticut who gets into an accident driving his or her employer's vehicle may wonder who is liable for damages. While most employers should have a certain amount of insurance to cover employee-related accidents, there are certain instances in which...

Anesthesia errors and proposed solutions

Patients in Connecticut who have an upcoming surgery should be aware of the potential dangers related to anesthesia. Due to the high-stress environment, there tends to be more errors in the operative setting, so meeting with the anesthesiologist beforehand can help...

Does Connecticut dog bite law only apply to dogs?

Connecticut is fairly well known for dog bite laws that place strict expectations on dog owners to control their animals or face severe penalties. But what if you are attacked by an animal other than a dog? Is the animal's owner equally liable if you are assaulted by...

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