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Can You Sue For Pain and Suffering in Connecticut?

Posted on 08/31/22

Being involved in an accident and suffering from injuries is always a stressful situation. If the accident was caused by someone else, it’s likely that you are entitled to monetary compensation to some extent. The types and amounts of compensation available will depend on the circumstances, including where the accident occurred, how severe the injuries


Biden Puts a Stop to Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” Policy

On Monday, The Department of Homeland Security ended the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico Policy.” Following the Supreme Court’s order and certification of its decision, the Biden administration moved to dismantle the program. First enacted in 2019, the program forced asylum seekers to await their court appearances outside of the United States. It received the blight


Supreme Court Orders Biden Administration to Stop Implementing Immigration policy

In a setback for the Biden Administration and undocumented immigrants, the United States Supreme Court communicated yet another unfavorable immigration directive. The Supreme Court halted the Biden administration’s efforts to implement its immigration enforcement guidelines which first came into fruition in September of last year. Secretary of DHS, Alejandro Mayorkas issued the memorandum guidelines for