Connecticut Personal Injury Attorneys

Blog Posts in December, 2012

  • Connecticut Premises Liability: The Element of Control

    For a Connecticut defendant to be liable in a premises liability "fall down case", the defendant must first be in control of the area where the defect exists. A recent case which discussed this very rudimentary premises liabilty rule was Mercado v Hawkins, 54 CLR 419. In Hawkins, a condominium unit owner leased out a condo unit to a tenant. The plaintiff's personal injuries occurred in a common ...
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  • Connecticut Personal Injury Attorney Hold Harmless & Indemnification Release Language

    So you have been diligently prosecuting your client's personal injury case for many years. After doing your due diligence as a practicing personal injury attorney, you have worked out a six figure settlement with the defendant's counsel after many depositions, pre-trials, status conferences, a trial management conference or maybe the start of trial. In fact, you probably have reported the case as ...
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