A man who was hit by a car while walking across a New Britain intersection in early evening darkness was recently awarded $150,000 by a jury, though the verdict was reduced by 25 percent for comparat
...such, the case went to trial before New Britain Superior Court Judge Cynthia Swienton. Morawiec testified, as did Samanez, who did not hire a lawyer...
Jacek I. Smigelski had his law license suspended for trying to collect fees of more than $70,000 for doing legal work that saved a client a mere $10,000
Retired Supreme Court Justice C. Ian McLachlan is mild-mannered and personable, but beneath his polished manner he has the backbone to state his firmest beliefs out loud. After 27 years of private le
Mary P. Morris v. Loren G. Ross, Maurice A. McGeehan and Nancy Hess: A ski instructor whose knee was seriously injured when another car slammed head-on into her vehicle recently recovered $88,000 in
Sometimes, even after the doctors can do no more, a good lawyer can still alleviate pain.That was the case for Joan C. Petano
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