Gary Birkhamshaw, Administrator of the Estate of George M. Upton Jr., and Julie Upton v. Joseph Socha & United Parcel Service Inc.: The family of a man who was killed after his pickup was struck by a
Susan Boudreault, Executrix of the Estate of Richard A. Boudreault v. Esteban Pacheco and Jarmoc Tobacco LLC: The estate of a man who was killed when the motorcycle he was driving crashed into a toba
There’s nothing unusual about a lot of lawyers being involved in a murder case. But far fewer cases have an ex-lawyer as the convicted killer, and fewer still see that ex-lawyer sue one of her
Following several months of high-profile domestic violence cases in the state, a Superior Court judge has handed a victory to battered spouses and partners. In what could be a pioneering case, New Lo
Following several months of high-profile domestic violence cases in the state, a Superior Court judge has handed a victory to battered spouses and partners
A New Britain jury awarded $1.75 million to the family of Lisa Monti, a 17-year-old who died after being prescribed a sedative. The jury, which neared deadlock after deliberating for eight days, retu
Wethersfield attorney Patricia Strong had an uphill battle. Her client, Concettina Rucci, a career patient-care assistant at Connecticut Children's Medical Center, lost her job in a split-second refl
Two weeks after Axiom Laboratories hired Thomas Lee away from a $36,000 water treatment job, company president William Mackey concluded he'd made a terrible mistake, and fired him. But that action ha
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