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Fetal deaths: Determining if a wrongful death has occurred
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? It's not ...

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Blog posts in January, 2016

  • 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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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