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Sheffy, Mazzaccaro, DePaolo & DeNigris, LLP
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Places serving liquor have certain responsibilities
Take a minute to read this article about how some establishments could be found to have played a role in a car crash involving alcohol. For example, if a bartender kept serving and serving alcohol to someone who was obviously drunk and there are plenty of witnesses, a case could be built if that person got behind the wheel and seriously hurt or injured someone.
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Drugged driving is high in Connecticut
Take a look at this article about the spread of drugged driving both in Connecticut and throughout the country. A recent AAA study found that while nationwide 43 percent of drivers who died in car crashes tested positive for drugs, in Connecticut that figure rose to 63 percent. While marijuana was the most common drug, drugged driving involving prescription painkillers has also increased dramatically.
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Surgical errors in Connecticut
Read about a study that details how often surgical errors happen to patients in Connecticut and across the country. So-called never events – such as operating on the wrong part of the body or leaving a foreign object inside a patient – take place thousands of time a year. Learn how these errors can be prevented.
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Signs of Whiplash
Residents in and around Southington, Connecticut, who want to know more about whiplash should click here now to be taken to an article with important details about this condition. Find out exactly what constitutes whiplash, what can cause whiplash, what symptoms to look for, and what to do if whiplash occurs after a motor vehicle accident.
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Bike and Pedestrian Safety in Connecticut
Residents throughout Connecticut who are concerned about the safety of bicyclists and pedestrians should click this link now to be taken to an article with important information on how the Governor is tackling this problem. Read about a new effort to make Connecticut roads safer for people on foot or bikes and get the facts about pedestrian and bicycle fatalities in the state.
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Former MLB player sued for hitting catcher with bat
Check out this article about a lawsuit currently underway against a former MLB player. The player is accused of hitting two other players with his baseball bat in retaliation for a pitch that hit his leg. According to the suit, the catcher was hit in the head by the player’s bat and suffered permanent head injuries, while another player’s finger was broken. The catcher claims his injuries have prevented him from continuing his baseball career.
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