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Tag: law

PARENT ALERT: Do You Have the Right Car Seat?

Sep 21, 2020
Car crashes are the leading cause of death for children in the United States. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.), 675 children ages 12 and under...

ATTENTION DRIVERS: U Drive. U Text. U Pay

Sep 1, 2020
Connecticut police departments have been cracking down on distracted drivers this August with an uptick in enforcement efforts on the road. According to a press release published by Patch, Fairfield...

Back-to-School in CT: What You Need To Know

Aug 25, 2020
School districts across the state are still struggling to determine the best method to both educate and protect our students in a post-pandemic society. Some schools are going with a...

Do You Qualify for COVID-19 Workers’ Comp?

Aug 14, 2020
Connecticut workers who previously contracted COVID-19 may now be eligible to apply for workers’ compensation benefits! According to a recent executive order issued on July 24 by Governor Lamont, essential...

This Is Why Selfies Can Be Deadly

Jan 17, 2020
Selfies can be a unique and exciting way to share our lives with the world. But certain social media trends are leading some individuals to put their lives at risk...

NEW CT LAWS THAT COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE!

Jan 8, 2020
Several noteworthy laws passed in Connecticut in 2019: the smoking age was raised from 18 to 21, taxes were added to digital purchases, prepared meals, and electronic cigarettes, and minimum...

Do You Know About The “Silent Killer”?

Dec 13, 2019
Staying cozy warm at home is the perfect winter pastime when outdoor temperatures are bitter cold. But if you haven’t prepared to detect for carbon monoxide this year, your family...

“Trouble In Toyland”: What Not To Buy This Season

Dec 2, 2019
Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday have officially ended, the holiday shopping season is in full swing. If you’re buying for children this year, you might want to do...

High Medical Bills: This Surprise Fee Can Increase Your Cost!

Oct 10, 2019
When 27-year-old Brianna Snitchler scheduled an appointment to remove a cyst, her physician recommended a simple biopsy to check the growth for cancer first. Brianna’s biopsy was performed via a...

Child Passenger Safety Week

Sep 18, 2019
Car crashes are the number one cause of death for children in the United States. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.), 675 children ages 12 and...
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