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February 2019 Archives

What are reasons medications may be recalled?

When you buy medicine from a Connecticut pharmacy, whether over-the-counter medicine or a prescription drug, you want that medicine to improve your state of health. However, some medicines have the potential to degrade a person's health or cause death due to defects. Sometimes the producers of a medication discover problems with their products. When this occurs, the manufacturer will issue a recall of the drug. There are a number of reasons why drugs may be recalled.

Speeding and drunk driving continue to pose risks

It might seem normal to you and many other people in Connecticut that you make arrangements to be safe when going out to an event at which alcohol will be served. You might choose to identify one person in your group to be the designated driver or you might opt to use ridesharing or public transportation options. Either way, safety is a priority for you. Unfortunately, it seems that not everyone in Connecticut takes their safety or the safety of others quite as seriously.

The power of justice in wrongful death cases

At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, LLC, we know that no amount of monetary compensation could ever make up for the loss of a loved one. You cannot put a price on closure. However, we believe there is often much more than money at stake for those who pursue justice for wrongful death through the Connecticut civil courts.

Be skeptical about generic settlement estimates

Connecticut drivers who get involved in accidents often turn to legal action to get compensated. Between serious injuries and large amounts of property damage, there imay be a significant amount of money involved in any given auto accident dispute.

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