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  • Nursing Home Prescription Errors: Protect Your Loved Ones if They Are Victims of Prescription Error

    - March 03, 2015

    The statistics regarding nursing home prescription errors are frightening. According to the National Institutes of Health there are over 50 million medication errors made in nursing homes every year, and over three million of those have the potential for having life-threatening results. Each year roughly 800,000 residents of a long-term…

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  • Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers: Know The Signs Of Nursing Home Abuse

    - February 24, 2015

    Placing a loved one into the care of a nursing home is one of the most difficult decisions a family can make. No matter what the circumstances or how plain the need for skilled medical help, there is always a degree of guilt about putting the responsibility for care into…

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  • Someone Didn’t Shovel their Sidewalk in CT. Can I Sue?

    - January 21, 2015

    In the state of Connecticut, the winters can be long and precipitation can be deep. Snow and ice create a real hazard, and the risk of injuries caused by slipping and falling is significant. If you have been hurt as a result of falling on a sidewalk that has not…

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  • Slip and Fall at a Connecticut Restaurant

    - January 21, 2015

    Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common reasons why people seek legal representation from a personal injury attorney, and when a slip and fall happens at a restaurant, it provides the perfect explanation for why people pursue this type of lawsuit. When you enter a business with…

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  • Medical Malpractice: Birth Injuries in Connecticut

    - January 21, 2015

    If you’re a new parent, two of the most frightening words you can possibly hear are “birth injury.” After months of anticipating the day of your baby’s birth as one of the happiest experiences of your life, there is nothing that can describe the heartache, fear, and grief of learning…

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  • Pedestrian Hit by Police Motorcycle

    - January 01, 1970

    Thursday, September 26 in Middletown, a city police motorcycle collided with a pedestrian on Saybrook Road, sending both the pedestrian and the officer to the hospital for their injuries. Mayor Daniel Drew made a statement, confirming that both involved are expected to recover after a short stay for their immediate injuries, though no more details were available at the time of the report. A motorcycle accident is a traumatic event, and for the pedes…

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  • Four Nursing Homes Fined for Abuse, Injuries

    - January 01, 1970

    Four Connecticut nursing homes are being fined over $1,000 each for incidents that led to cuts, bruises and a broken bone in residents, along with one count of physical abuse. If you suspect a loved one has been subjected to neglect or abuse at a nursing home or assisted living facility, we’re here to help. You need someone on your side that can explain your legal rights and the options available to you. Contact us today for a free, confidenti…

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  • Consumer Watchdogs Want to Warn Women About the Dangers of Vaginal Mesh

    - January 01, 1970

    Consumer watchdog group Corporate Action Network (CAN) has launched a campaign aimed at alerting consumers about the dangers of Ethicon vaginal mesh products. The network is seeking to hold Johnson & Johnson, Ethicon’s parent company, liable for putting profits over people. Ethicon manufactures surgical sutures and wound closure devices, they even have a slogan that reads “better surgery for a better world.” However, the company is currently the target of more than 20,00…

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  • Fresenius NaturaLyte and Granuflo Injury Claims Approaching Statute of Limitations

    - January 01, 1970

    In March 2012, the official FDA recall of Fresenius’ dialysis products NaturaLyte and Granuflo was issued. As the cut-off date for filing an injury claim draws near, law firms are likely to see an influx of product liability claims from the victims of these drugs. The statute of limitations in these cases is two years, which will bar anyone from filing a claim after March 2014. If you or someone you love took either dialysis drug, Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers urges you to file a Natu…

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  • Man Wins $7 Million in ’Popcorn Lung’ Lawsuit

    - January 01, 1970

    On Wednesday, a federal jury awarded Wayne Watson a $7 million dollar verdict against various food companies after being diagnosed with “popcorn lung”. …

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