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5 Warning Signs You Need a Dental Malpractice Lawyer

If your recent dental procedure involving any of the following circumstances, it is an indication that you should probably contact a dental malpractice lawyer: The Area Does Not Look Clean Proper sanitation is necessary to help prevent the spread of infection and cross-contamination between patients. If the waiting area looks unkempt, tools do not look Read More

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There Is No Substitute for Experience in Handling Dental Malpractice Cases

Medical malpractice cases in Connecticut are unique; in that, unlike other personal injury actions our state requires, as a predicate to starting a lawsuit, that the plaintiff attach to his/her complaint a good faith letter obtained from what the law refers to as a “similar healthcare provider” indicating that there is a reasonable basis to Read More

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How To Increase Your Chance Of Winning Child Custody During Divorce

Child custody battle may be the most unpleasant kind of case that you will encounter in the courtroom setting. They are very stressful for everyone involved – parents, lawyers, judges, and obviously, the kids. However, they serve an essential purpose, and, as in all of the legal battles, one party will emerge victoriously. Your main Read More

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A Parent’s Guide For Long-Distance Parenting Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

Making sure that the children will not feel distant from their parents after divorce or separation has always been a difficult task to handle. With the current pandemic that the world is facing, such task has been made even harder than it was before. Although the guidelines about social distancing and quarantine measures do not Read More

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How Can Someone Be Punished if They Violate a COVID-19 Stay at Home Order?

Across the country, stay-at-home orders have strained law enforcement and tested how far states and municipalities are willing to go to enforce the orders. These directives have triggered controversy and confusion, as standards sometimes differ from town to town or county to county. In certain instances, people who have violated government edicts designed to reduce Read More

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Will the U.S. See its Divorce Rate Spike After the COVID-19 Quarantine Ends?

With so many American residents stuck at home with their families, prognosticators have predicted that several months down the road, the country could experience a baby boom and a divorce deluge. Unlike a cozy blizzard that keeps you home from work for a few days, a global pandemic that triggers shelter-in-place orders spreading over multiple Read More

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How a Coronavirus-related Income Loss Could Affect Your Alimony and Child Support

Many people have faced a job loss or reduction in income due the coronavirus pandemic. In such a case it might be difficult for an ex-spouse paying alimony or a parent sending child support to keep up with their obligation. As these orders are based on the financial circumstances that existed at the time they Read More

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How Might COVID-19 Change the Way Personal Injury Cases Are Litigated?

Like most other activities where in-person interaction is required, personal injury lawsuits have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This can put serious stress on parties who are looking to achieve a legal resolution to disputes stemming from auto accidents, falls and other times types of harmful incidents allegedly caused by a defendant’s negligence. Whether Read More

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Can You Bring an Emotional Distress Claim Related to COVID-19?

The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is not only potentially deadly, but can be transmitted by individuals who are not showing any symptoms, so people might fear that they’ve contracted the illness even if they feel fine. While the virus has existed in the United States for months, obtaining a test is still difficult in Read More

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Who Gets the Stimulus Check When Spouses Are Separated or Divorcing?

Going through a divorce is stressful enough, but the coronavirus pandemic spreading throughout the United States presents additional complications for spouses who have decided to split. In addition to changes that might need to be made regarding custody and visitation arrangements while travel is restricted, negotiations over property division need to address any new economic Read More

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