Monthly Archives: October 2014

Dangerously Designed Highway Causes Your Car Accident? Connecticut Supreme Court Says Tough Luck.

If the state of Connecticut decides to build a highway on a dangerously steep grade and fails to post signs that warn motorists about those dangers or take other steps to make such a road safer, it cannot be held liable for any injuries or damages that result from accidents, the Connecticut Supreme Court recently […]

What Happens to Your Personal Injury Case If You Were Partially At Fault?

When a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit is filed, the injured person or those who have lost a loved one are alleging that someone else is responsible for the incident that led to the injury or death and therefore should be liable to pay damages. Sometimes, multiple parties may be at fault and more […]

Rising Pedestrian and Cyclist Injuries Require Increased Vigilance and Safety

When we walk across the street whether it be in a crosswalk, at a stoplight, or elsewhere, we are putting ourselves in the paths of cars which may or may not be mindful of our safety. The same goes for cyclists who must share the road and face dangers from vehicles passing by or crossing […]