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Who might be responsible in a premises liability case?

One of the most common questions a person who has been injured on someone else's property may have is whether the owner of the property can be held liable for the damages suffered. Unfortunately, in some cases in Connecticut there is no simple answer.

If you're an Airbnber, know your liability risks

If you are a well-traveled individual you may be aware of Airbnb. Wikipedia describes the company as simply "a website for people to list, find, and rent lodging." But when you consider that it only launched in 2008 and now has about a million and a half property listings in 190 countries, you realize this is not what one would call a simple operation.

A lot of factors can influence strategy in a personal injury case

There is more to pursuing a civil suit than simply filing the paperwork. This is something that anyone in Connecticut who believes they have a case needs to be aware of. In addition to determining whether the claim stands a chance of being successful under the law, it is important to know whether there is any statute of limitations on taking action. Typically there is.

With statute of limitations looming, liability suit gets filed

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.

First suit in biker gun battle casts restaurant as victim

A slogan typically associated with the National Rifle Association goes, "Guns don't kill people. People kill people." We aren't here to debate the merits of the statement or the relative value or danger of gun control efforts. Rather, the issue we look to address in this post builds off the second sentence in that phrase.

What you can't see could still hurt you

Sticks and stones can break your bones, but names can never hurt you. While that point could well be argued we don't want to take on that task in this post. Rather, what we want to do is offer the observation that there are things we cannot see, feel, smell or hear that can hurt us.

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