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Month: February 2014

Connecticut boxing fans may recall a boxer suffering injuries in a heavyweight bout on Nov. 2 of last year. However, the extent of one boxer's injuries came as a surprise to his family when he was finally taken to a hospital after he lasted 10 rounds with Mike Perez....

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At their January 21, 2014 regular meeting, the Planning and Zoning Commission seated Cody N. Guarnieri as Alternate Commissioner. Attorney Guarnieri was appointed by the South Windsor Town Counsel for a term of four years, ending in the fall of 2017. Attorney...

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Richard R. Brown has published a guest commentary in the February 2014 issue of Connecticut Medicine. Attorney Brown's article: Dealing with Disciplinary Hearings Before Connecticut's Department of Public Health, contains updated information for medical professionals...

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Car crashes are an unfortunate part of everyday life. The best anyone can hope for is that no one is injured and any damage is minimal. Unfortunately, however, the outcome is often more serious. One of those car accidents in our state recently involved a vehicle from...

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Connecticut employees can reasonably expect that every precaution will be taken to ensure their safety. Some industries are potentially more hazardous than others, but the Occupational Health and Safety Administration is in place to ensure that companies will abide by...

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Car accidents in Connecticut are an all-too-common occurrence. There are different causes for all of them. Often, they are truly accidents that no one could have done anything to prevent. Other times, the people involved made choices that definitely affected the...

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