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The coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the court system in Connecticut, with jury trials now being postponed indefinitely due to rising COVID-19 case numbers in the state. Although Connecticut Supreme Court Read More
Since 1959 Connecticut has recognized that someone who unreasonably and seriously interferes with another person’s right to privacy can be held liable for damages. In Korn v. Rennison, the Connecticut Read More
Recently new allegations of unintended sudden acceleration in Tesla vehicles have made national headlines. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is reviewing a petition that alleges that Tesla models experience Read More
We previously discussed the issue of crumbling foundations in a blog called Crumbling Foundations in Connecticut back in April, 2018, and this blog explores some updates since the release of that blog. These Read More
In the last two years I have written several blogs on the safety risks inherent in autonomous vehicles: The Future is Here Technology with Risks Safety at Risk The common thread reveals technological advances Read More
HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH? In prior blogs I discussed different types of damages recoverable for injury or harm caused by negligent or reckless conduct, as well as different components of Read More
Daylight saving time ended again on Sunday, November 3rd and, for just one day, we all got that lovely one extra hour of sleep that we all hope for. But Read More
We previously reviewed the efforts taken in Connecticut to combat the opioid crisis, and reviewed the data pertaining to opioid related deaths in 2017 and 2018. (See GPS blogs Published Read More
This most recent legislative session passed (modified) two more laws affecting gun owners. First is Public Act 19-5 which requires safe storage of firearms and allows schools to implement optional Read More
In recent blogs we covered damages and distracted driving. Now, those topics come together with the passage of Substitute House Bill No. 7126, which amends section 14-295 of the Connecticut Read More
Last year I wrote about the future in a blog dealing with autonomous vehicles and some of the challenges that come along with the emerging technology. As automakers and ride Read More
While perhaps an unusual topic for a legal blog, a three judge panel at the Appellate Court heard arguments this week from an animal rights group on the issue of Read More
In a prior blog I discussed the difference between economic and non-economic damages in the context of compensating those injured as a result of the negligent, reckless or intentional conduct Read More
…to bring claims that is. A significant part of my practice involves tort litigation, specifically representing those injured as a result of the negligent, reckless or intentional conduct of another. Unfortunately, Read More
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