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Avoiding Slips and Falls in Winter

With winter comes slippery paths covered with ice and packed snow. As a result, slip and fall injuries increase during this time of year. Conditions range from bruising to fractures and broken bones, and the elderly are at a particularly higher risk. The ramifications, however, don’t end with the incident. The injured may have to…

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Who’s At Fault in Slip and Fall Cases?

If popular culture is to be believed in full, all you have to do to win a lawsuit is slip on a wet floor and claim the owner’s at fault. However, real-life premises liability cases aren’t nearly as black and white. Several factors influence whether the object or area causing the slip is, in fact,…

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Atty. Keith Trantolo Reaches $480,000 Settlement in Slip and Fall Case

Trantolo & Trantolo’s team of trial lawyers represents slip and fall cases occurring in Connecticut, and in May, Atty. Keith Trantolo reached a $480,000 settlement concerning an incident in New Britain. In the claim Carmen Correa v. John Moneymaker, et al, the plaintiff had gone to Obsessions Beauty Salon in a New Britain shopping plaza…

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THE SLIPPERY SLOPE OF CONNECTICUT SKI LAW

By Adam (A.J.) Allegro, Esq. The Skiing and snowboarding season is now upon us, and it is important to keep in mind that at the same time you are enjoying the trails, you are also assuming a great deal of risk. Under Connecticut law, if you choose to ski, the owner/operator of the ski resort…

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SMART PHONES AND SMARTER PLAINTIFFS

By Adam (A.J.) Allegro, Esq. One of the major advantages of living in this technologically-advanced period of time is that almost everything we do can be captured on camera or through some other means on a cell phone. Within seconds, an image of a fancy dinner at a restaurant can be uploaded to Instagram or…

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