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January 2016 Archives

Fetal deaths: Determining if a wrongful death has occurred

One struggle in wrongful death cases is deciding if a human has been killed. A pet can't be claimed for, and neither can inanimate objects. What about unborn children, though? At what point do fetal deaths begin to count as human deaths for a wrongful death lawsuit?

Why do kids get hit by cars so often?

Children and roadways don't always mix; one misstep by a child or a wrong move by a driver could cause a serious collision that could lead to severe injuries or the death of the child involved. Getting hit by a car is one of the leading causes of death for children between the ages of 5 and 9. Why is it so likely for this age group to get hurt?

Whose job is it to prove negligence in an accident?

To prove that your loved one has been a victim of a wrongful death, you'll need to look into the rules for damages in Connecticut. It's your right, as a plaintiff and victim, to make a claim for fair, reasonable and just compensation.

Connecticut car accident statistics for 2013

Car accidents are a serious problem throughout the United States, and Connecticut's statistics show that it also suffers from some serious collisions each year. The population of the state is almost 3.6 million, and in 2013, there were 255 fatal crashes within the state borders. Out of those fatal crashes, 276 people were killed, making it 7.7 deaths per 100,000 people in the state.

Drugged driver claims medical malpractice following accident

Drunk driving puts everyone's lives at risk, not just the others on the road. Drugged drivers are similar; the only difference is the method of intoxication. What can you do if you think you were intoxicated because of a medication that you didn't know would affect you that way?

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