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September 2015 Archives

What are questions to ask before suing for a bus crash?

Before you decide to sue for injuries you've suffered in a school bus accident, it's important to consider if you have a case. Your attorney may ask you a few questions about the crash, and if you have data and witnesses to help build you case, you may find it's legitimate and that you're able to request compensation.

How long is the statute of limitations in Connecticut?

When you want to make a claim for an injury, you need to do so as soon as possible. If you don't, you may find that the statute of limitations blocks you from getting the compensation you deserve. In Connecticut, the statute of limitations for an injury is two years. What that means is that you have two years from the time of injury to file a claim against the person you hold responsible.

Fight for the compensation you need to recover after a crash

Neck and back injuries can be incredibly hard to deal with. The pain you can suffer from a back injury can be excruciating, and neck injuries can lead to a number of issues from headaches to trouble turning your head. If you've suffered these kinds of injuries because you were in a car accident or got hurt because of someone else's negligence, then you're in a position where you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

You can be compensated after your child is hurt by negligence

As a parent, you always want what's best for your child. You probably think that allowing your child to play outside and to go to friends' houses alone is a good idea, and you're probably right. However, you have to consider the impact other people can have on your child's safety.

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