Monthly Archives: July 2014

Wrongful Convictions Are a Nationwide Tragedy. The Problem is Even Worse for Juveniles.

You may have read about the tragic and inexcusable injustice suffered by Kenneth Ireland, a Connecticut man who spent 21 years behind bars in horrific conditions after he was convicted for a rape and murder he did not commit. Freed in 2009 by DNA evidence and the hard work of the Connecticut Innocence Project, Ireland […]

Bad Faith: When Your Insurer Acts Dishonestly

As I discuss here, I recently obtained a $1.5 million jury verdict against Travelers Insurance Company for denying my client’s homeowners insurance claim and for labeling him an “arsonist” after his home was severely damaged by fire. The claims brought against Travelers were for breach of contract and for infliction of emotional distress. Sadly, insurers […]