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Beware of Stalkers

By Chick Pritchard You probably already know this, but insurance company lawyers are stalking personal injury clients on Facebook and other social media sites, like YouTube and Twitter. Unless your privacy settings are controlled very strictly, please know that your photos and comments are able to be viewed by the world. That world includes insurance…

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Are Personal Injury Awards All That Personal?

By Atty. Scott McGowan For my first entry here on our blog, I combined my two areas of my practice experience. I hope to show you how unfortunate accidents and injuries can have wide-ranging effects on our lives – effects we wouldn’t normally think possible. For instance, let’s start with a married couple. Let’s suppose…

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FORE! PERSONAL LIABILITY OR ERRANT GOLF SHOTS

By Adam (AJ) Allegro Recently, a friend called me to discuss an incident that occurred while he was playing a round of golf. He explained that while teeing off, he drove the ball into the window of a house located on the left side of the golf course on the other side of a fence….

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You Have Been Hit by Someone With No Automobile Insurance: The Importance of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage

By Atty. Christopher Cramer It is Saturday evening and you are on your way to meet your friend for dinner. While stopped for a red light, an uninsured driver slams into the rear of your vehicle. Immediately, you are in pain and swept away from the scene by an ambulance. The pain you feel turns…

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The Metro-North Train Derailment – An Unfortunate Reminder of the Dangers of Railway Travel

Train accidents are incredibly devastating events. The Federal Railroad Administration (“FRA”) has reported that approximately 3,000 train accidents occur each year in the United States, with nearly 1,000 people dying as a result. In Connecticut alone, the FRA stated that from the year 2005 through 2009, 124 train accidents were reported. Additionally, on average, five…

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