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December 2014 Archives

Scarring in Personal Injury Cases

Many types of injuries can lead to permanent scarring. Scars are the result of the biological process of wound repair that occurs in the skin and other tissues. With the exception of very minor lesions, every wound results in some degree of scarring because it is the human body's natural healing process.

Incorrect Police Report & Rejected Insurance Claim in a Car Accident

There are many ways that liability can be proven in the event of a car accident. The police report, witness statements, traffic laws, and photographic evidence can all work together to show who was at fault for the accident. However, what can be done if the police report is inaccurate and the other person's insurance company denies all liability for the accident?

What Constitutes a 'Failure to Diagnose' Claim?

It has been noted by numerous studies that the most common medical malpractice claim is failure to diagnose. When a doctor does not diagnose a patient properly or in time, it can lead to more serious complications or even death. However, due to the complexities in the world of medicine, it can be difficult to prove that failure to diagnose did indeed occur.

Connecticut's Early Snow Forecast

With weather reports predicting snow in Connecticut (and it's not even Christmas), holiday travelers may experience some harrowing road conditions. But it's not just those traveling who need to exercise caution - it's anyone with two legs or a working vehicle.