The last person still hospitalized after the Northeast Corridor Amtrak derailment May 12 has been released. As we observed in a post just days after the wreck, everyone in the region, including Connecticut residents, felt the trauma that day.
What is the allure of motorcycling? According to some, it represents the last measure of adventure for those in our urbanized society. Straddle a motorcycle and you can be taken back to the days when travel was done on horseback. The big difference is that you now ride with the speed of a fine touring vehicle that can take the curves of a twisty Connecticut road.
Dog bites are a lot more common than many people in Connecticut might think. As we have noted in previous posts and in a more expansive article on this subject, some 4.5 million people in the United States fall victim to dog bites every year. And of them, 885,000 wind up getting medical care.
In our last post we set up a hypothetical situation involving a slip and fall to highlight the importance of taking decisive action soon after suffering an injury. The reason for this is that the law imposes statutes of limitations and they vary from state to state. Unless you are aware of the specific rules, whether you are in Connecticut or some other state, you could find yourself unable to pursue any recovery action for compensation.
If you've ever been to a basketball game of any kind in Connecticut you probably have noticed that the maintenance people pay a lot of attention to making sure the court is kept clean and dry.