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    • Subrogation: Do You Know Your Health Insurance Provider?

      How well do you know and understand the obligations of your health insurance provider? People buy health insurance in case they become sick or injured. Depending on the plan chosen, they will not have ...

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    • Immigrants: Beware of Fraudsters

      Self-proclaimed California immigration lawyer Yehlen Dorothea Brooks led 12 “clients” to fall for her empty promises that she would protect them from deportation. Despite making claims that she would ...

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    • Life After Deportation: NEVER GIVE UP HOPE!

      Being deported from the United States can be a terrifying experience. Unfortunately, if you are an undocumented immigrant, you can be removed from the country even if your only crime was crossing the ...

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    • Salvadoran TPS Update

      Thursday, January. 18th, 2018 – The U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced anyone who currently has Temporary Protected Status (TPS) under El Salvador’s designation who want to ...

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    • Is it Better to Settle Your Case Early With the Insurance Company?

      Do you know what it takes to file a personal injury, truck accident, or immigration-related lawsuit in the state of Connecticut? Read this collection of articles to find out! Our Waterbury workers’ ...

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    • Rising Medical Costs: Is Connecticut's Minimum Insurance Coverage Enough For Today's Auto Accident Injuries?

      The legal minimum for auto liability insurance for Connecticut residents is $20,000 per person injured in an accident and $40,000 total for all injuries and payments sustained in a single accident. ...

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    • Attorney Welcome Gets His Client Offered Compromise in a Reduced Sentence

      In 2007, a woman from Ansonia, Connecticut was arrested during a sting operation when she accompanied four men during a burglary. On the night of the arrest, the woman and her four male companions ...

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    • You Can Donate To The American Red Cross As They Help Connecticut, New York and New Jersey Residents Struggle To Recover From Hurricane Sandy's Destruction Yesterday

      Today, theGovernors of Connecticut, New York and New Jersey toured the areas of massive destruction in their respective states. Here in Connecticut, many trees have fallen and 500,000 people are still ...

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    • Scammers Taking Advantage of Deferred Action Program

      Is Someone Trying to Represent Your Deferred Action Application? He May Be a Fraud President Obama announced on June 15, 2012 an important new policy that will grant deportation relief and work ...

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    • When Can You Sue Someone After a Connecticut Car Accident?

      Just Because You're in an Accident Doesn't Mean There's Someone to Sue None of us want to sue someone to be compensated for our injuries after a car accident. We don’t want to be seen as an ...

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    • Connecticut's Incentives on National Teen Safety Driving Month

      The month of May has been regarded as National Teen Safety Driving Month to emphasize the increase in car accidents involving teen’s texting while driving. New County Motor Car Group and Students ...

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    • $1 Billion Lawsuit Against Apple & Samsung to Prevent Distracted Driving Deaths

      On Monday, the Coalition Against Distracted Drivers (CADD), a California citizens group, filed a lawsuit against Apple and Samsung in the Los Angeles Superior Court. CADD is a Los Angeles-based group ...

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    • Number of Deaths and Injuries for Distracted Drivers Continue to Rise

      In recent data collected by Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, every year 4,000 people are killed and 421,000 are injured from crashes caused by distracted drivers. Texting is by far the most ...

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    • Is using a hands-free device while driving really any safer?

      Technology is increasingly becoming more convenient and easy to use. Most new technologies make our lives easier when used appropriately, such as voice-activated technology. It has become common sense ...

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    • Connecticut Auto Accident and Personal Injury Attorney James A. Welcome discusses neck injuries that result from car accidents where people can bring insurance claims against the driver who caused the accident that resulted in injuries

      Probably the single most common occurrence that results from being injured in a Car Accident in Connecticut or in other areas of the country is the injury known as whiplash. Whiplash is a term that is ...

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    • From Home to Work to the Hospital

      According to data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 3 million work related injuries and illnesses per year in the private sector. Some of those injuries and illnesses are reported ...

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    • How Workers' Compensation Varying from Each State is Affecting Employees

      Compensation for injured employees varies from each state across America as each state is allowed to determine its own benefits, with no federal minimums. Employees who are injured at work are awarded ...

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    • Will Another State Allow Employers to Opt out of Workers' Compensation?

      Senator Mark Green and Representative Jeremy Durham are pushing for a bill that could make Tennessee the third state to allow employers to opt out of state’s workers' compensation program and design ...

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