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A Letter To An Accident Victim

At Trantolo & Trantolo, we understand the hardships that accident victims must endure. Over the years, we have helped thousands of people win their cases. Yet, we have watched those same individuals suffer the aftermath of serious car, motorcycle and truck accidents, among others. Our firm would like you to know that you don’t have…

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The Dangers of Pokémon Go

The augmented reality game Pokémon GO was officially released on July 6, 2016. Since then, the world has seemingly been consumed with capturing characters using their smartphones. For those unfamiliar, Pokémon GO is an app that uses your phone’s GPS and camera to make Pokémon characters appear on your screen in various locations. Players have…

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How Fitness Tracker Data Could be the Future of Personal Injury Lawsuits

A fellow Connecticut lawyer recently pointed out that fitness tracker data could be used as evidence in personal injury cases. Specifically, Atty. Ryan McKeen points out, information gathered from devices like FitBits, could end up being used by insurance companies to counter a physician’s claims and imply the victim is faking an injury or has…

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Personal Injury Due to Another’s Negligence on the Job

As a personal injury lawyer entering his tenth year, one area where I have experience is workers’ compensation. My first two years were spent working exclusively at a boutique workers’ compensation firm, learning the procedures of this highly specialized area of administrative law. A common theme that arises when potential clients come in for a…

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Don’t Be Caught Naked (When It Comes to Your UM/UIM Coverage)

By Atty. Scott McGowan I have learned quite a bit about different insurance policies while working for clients as a personal injury attorney. I’d like to touch on one of the most important types of insurance you can purchase to protect yourself whether it be for your car, truck or motorcycle: Underinsured/ Uninsured Motorist coverage….

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