Piazza, Simmons, & Grant

Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyers

Wrongful Death Lawyers in CT
May 23, 2017 | Anthony Piazza

Wrongful Death Claims in Connecticut

A wrongful death claim is essentially a civil lawsuit that arises when the acts of one person (their negligence) causes…

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Understanding Wrongful Death Lawsuits

A wrongful death lawsuit may be filed when a person is killed by no fault of their own. Each state…

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A Connecticut Wrongful Death Lawyer on Liability and Aggravating Factors in Personal Injury Cases

An experienced Connecticut wrongful death attorney must be able to clearly determine the fault in the case (liability) and establish whether or…

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A Connecticut Wrongful Death Attorney Explains Case Evaluation

The wrongful death of a loved one is not only very difficult emotionally, but can lead other problems as well,…

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Our Norwalk Wrongful Death Lawyer Discusses Wrongful Death Suit Steps

If your loved one suffered an injury resulting in death, a wrongful death suit may be filed on his or…

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Should I Sign a Medical Release for the Insurance Adjuster?

A question a client frequently asks a Connecticut injury attorney is, “Should I sign a medical release for the insurance…

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Stamford Wrongful Death Lawyers: Seeking Justice and Preventing Future Harm

If you have a relative who has died as a result of another person’s negligence or recklessness, we can help…

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Stamford Wrongful Death Lawyer Discusses Wrongful Death

A lawsuit for wrongful death is a civil matter that is brought under Connecticut law to compensate survivors whose loved…

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