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  • Who is Financially Responsible when a Car Seat is Broken During a Car Accident?

    - June 07, 2017

    In auto collisions, there are damages that extend beyond vehicle repair. If you have been in an accident that was not your fault and your car gets totaled, you will be reimbursed for the damages. But what happens when there are high monetary damages that go beyond the cost of…

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  • Important Information on ABLE Accounts for Special Needs Planning

    - June 05, 2017

    ABLE Accounts are tax-advantaged savings accounts for those who have disabilities. These accounts can help those with a disability, along with their families, better plan their future. These accounts were created because of the Stephen Beck Jr., Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014, also known as the ABLE…

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  • Important Limitations of a Revocable Living Trust

    - June 02, 2017

    A revocable living trust can make estate planning much smoother, but it comes with its limitations. While such a trust can have a huge impact on minimizing probate involvement when you pass away, it comes with limitations many are unaware of when going into their estate planning. Here are some…

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  • Can I Seek Damages When a Product Doesn’t Have Proper Warnings or Instructions?

    - May 31, 2017

    If you have been injured because of a product you used, you may be entitled to compensation. There are three categories that claims fall into where compensation may be available to the victim of the product: defectively manufactured, defectively designed, and failure to warn about proper use or the potential…

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  • Recovering Lost Wages After an Injury

    - May 29, 2017

    Whether you have been in a car accident or had a slip and fall accident, receiving medical treatment can take you out of work for some time. Even less severe accidents can subject a person to lost  wages and absence from work, both of which can have a huge impact…

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  • Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Nursing Home

    - May 26, 2017

    It’s difficult to trust a stranger with the full care of your loved one, but sometimes a professional is the only one who can best take care of someone who can no longer safely live on their own. It is good practice to check the facilities out before deciding on…

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  • Wrongful Death Claims in Connecticut: Important Questions Answered

    - May 23, 2017

    There are few times in life more emotionally-charged than losing a loved one due to the negligence or wrongful act of another person. Despite the emotions, it’s important to have the right information and important questions answered before pursuing legal action. While many will want to immediately hold the person…

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  • How Long Do I Have to File a Claim After a Slip and Fall Accident in Connecticut?

    - May 22, 2017

    After a slip and fall accident, the focus is often not on getting compensation but inattention immediately after an accident can cost you. In Connecticut, it is important to understand the limitations in filing a lawsuit after your accident. Gathering the right evidence at the start, such as having someone…

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  • How Adjusters Calculate Pain and Suffering After an Injury

    - May 19, 2017

    While it may seem difficult to put a numeric value on the pain and suffering one goes through after an injury, compensation for damages has to be calculated. This type of damages is classified as compensatory damages. The compensation is calculated based on a variety of factors, including the severity…

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  • Common Medical Errors Made by Doctors and Hospitals

    - May 09, 2017

    Sometimes unhappiness with a course of treatment for your ailments can be due to more than just a difference in style and bedside manner. When a medical error leads to the worsening of your condition, or an entirely new malady, you may be entitled to compensation. Knowing the common medical…

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