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New Haven Connecticut Personal Injury Blog

How Common Is Failure To Diagnose?

No one likes going to the doctor, but those who do are usually in a better position to get well than those who ignore their symptoms to avoid a visit. When someone’s health is in jeopardy, people hope and trust that seeing their doctor will not only provide answers, but lead them on the path to feeling better. They expect their doctor to ask questions, listen intently to their symptoms and complete a thorough examination to arrive at an accurate diagnosis.

An accurate diagnosis is key to getting the treatment for illnesses, diseases and other health problems that can be cured. Left untreated, commonly misdiagnosed diseases can lead to a serious decline in health or even death.

U.S. lawmakers eager to speed progress of self-driving cars

Automobile safety has been improving slowly but steadily for decades. Cars are now safer, more reliable and more crashworthy than ever before. But there is still one major accident risk that has yet to be mitigated: human error. As long as human beings are behind the wheel, the rate of injurious and fatal car accidents can only fall so far.

This is one reason why so many Americans are excited about the possibility of fully autonomous (self-driving) cars. It is widely believed that if the technology works reliably, self-driving vehicles could greatly reduce accidents, reduce carbon pollution and even eliminate rush-hour congestion. But what happens if the technology isn't reliable, or even safe?

Millennials Are More Likely To Drive Distracted, Study Says

Hamden has the privilege of being located to some of the country’s best colleges and universities. These institutions not only provide quality education for our future leaders and innovators, but they also enhance the community.

As fall approaches, students are getting ready to hit the books and head back to school in the New Haven area. When they do, that also means increased traffic on our roads and highways.

Verdicts & Settlements

Jura v Denegris / Bicyclist injured in collision with motor vehicle; a New Britain jury awarded the plaintiff $3,091,700.00 Less 10%. for comparative negligence reducing the net verdict to $2,782,530.00. The highest offer made by the defendants prior to the verdict was in $50,000. 00

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