Category Archives: Insurance

DAMAGES: Economic & Non-Economic Compensation for Injuries

Most of my practice involves representing those injured as a result of the negligent, reckless or intentional conduct of another. Once we get beyond the issue of legal liability for the conduct causing the harm, and establish that the injuries were caused as a result of that conduct we reach the issue of damages. In… Read More »

KNOW YOUR LIMITATIONS

…to bring claims that is. A significant part of my practice involves tort litigation, specifically representing those injured as a result of the negligent, reckless or intentional conduct of another. Unfortunately, at times the injured client waits before consulting with an attorney only to be told at the initial meeting that they are beyond an… Read More »

WHY YOU MIGHT NEED A PUBLIC ADJUSTER

There are a number of things that can go wrong while owning a home, condominium or commercial property, such as fire losses, water damage losses, water or sewage backups, fallen trees, wind damage, etc. The big question is what to do when you experience some type of property damage loss to your real property or… Read More »

TORNADOES, MACROBURSTS AND DOWNED TREES……OH MY!!

Last week brought about an intense storm to some areas of the state, including the town of Hamden where our office is located. The storm brought about at least five confirmed tornadoes and macrobursts, with devastating winds.  These storms caused significant damage to our town and other areas in the state, from numerous trees and… Read More »

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES: The Future Is Here

Last year, Connecticut joined a number of other states that have enacted laws to regulate autonomous vehicles, also known as self-driving cars. The Connecticut law is designed to allow a limited number of municipalities to apply for permission to permit testing of fully autonomous vehicles within specifically designated areas of the municipality. Whether or not… Read More »

CRUMBLING FOUNDATIONS IN CONNECTICUT

In having recently gone through my own purchase of a home in a highly affected area of Connecticut, I could not help but become familiar with the issue of crumbling foundations in Connecticut. This resulted in us doing a ton of research prior to settling on a home, especially in light of initially having interest… Read More »

TYPES OF TITLE INSURANCE

In a recent blog post (What is Title Insurance & Do I Need It) I discussed the basics of title insurance.  This blog post discusses the different types of title insurance that are generally available in a residential real estate closing. The Loan Policy: A loan policy of title insurance is always required by the… Read More »

WINTER DAMAGE & INSURANCE CLAIMS

The wind is howling, the snow is falling and the temperatures are dropping, all of which means that your homes are potentially susceptible to frozen pipes, ice dams, power outages and/or roof collapses, all of which could be devastating and/or cause a substantial amount of damage to your home. If the temperatures drop severely, or… Read More »

NEW CHANGE IN THE LAW COMING FOR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE POLICY LIMITS IN CONNECTICUT

Auto Insurance For many years, the law in Connecticut has required that automobile insurance policyholders must hold insurance coverage of at least $20,000 per person, $40,000 per accident for bodily injury, and $10,000 per accident for property damage.  There was recently a push to increase these policy limits in an effort to make individuals more… Read More »

HOW INSURANCE PREMIUMS COULD IMPACT YOUR INSURANCE COVERAGE

Recently, I received my newest invoice for my automobile insurance coverage, and was shocked to find out the premiums had increased by over eleven (11%) percent.  I immediately contacted the insurance company as we had submitted zero claims, and there was no other reason for the increase other than a rate increase by the insurance… Read More »

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