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October 21, 2016

A traumatic brain injury (TBI)... Read more.

Dog Bite Lawyer in Connecticut
October 14, 2016

As a country, we love our dogs. It is virtually impossible to leave your house in a well-populated area without seeing a dog... Read more.

Personal Injury Lawyers
September 29, 2016

More than 2 million people are injured in auto accidents each year, according to government... Read more.

Workers Compensation Lawyer in Hartford Ct
August 18, 2016

When you think of a work-related injury, you may think of broken bones, burns, or other traumatic injuries that may occur in an accident. However, many industries can put workers at risk of other, long-term and even permanent injuries due to the nature of the job. One such condition... Read more.

Hartford Truck Accident Injury Lawyer | Personal Injury Attorney in Ct
August 3, 2016

Driving a commercial truck can be a lucrative way to make a living while seeing the country. However, getting behind the wheel of a huge tractor-trailer that can weigh tens of thousands of pounds requires a significant amount of care and responsibility. This is because these trucks... Read more.

November 4, 2015

 

INTRODUCTION

The respondents can challenge treatment recommended by the attending physician by either obtaining a Respondents' Medical Examination or, in some instances, through utilization review. The following is a summary of the four-step... Read more.

September 1, 2015

Should I Agree to a Nurse Case Manager?

“The insurance company wants to assign a nurse case manager to my case.  Should I agree?”

This is a good and difficult question.

This is what the relevant section from the Workers’ Compensation Commission’s Professional Guide... Read more.

June 1, 2015

Workers' compensation law is a difficult thing to change. However, Connecticut may be close to expanding coverage to include post-traumatic stress. 


At least in special circumstances... 


...and only for police officers and first responders.

It’s an important start. But one... Read more.

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