Summertime. Connecticut roads. Motorcycles. Just about perfect. If it weren’t for the accidents. Continue reading “Be safe riding this summer.”
If both parents die in an accident, what happens to their minor children? Well, that all depends. Continue reading “What happens to my kids if I die?”
Who loves boating? The wind, the water, the waves, the sunshine. Everyone except those prone to seasickness I suppose! Another friendly warning from your local attorneys – be careful on the water. Continue reading “Surprise! Boat accidents increase in summer.”
Quick quiz: when are the two times people are most likely to make estate plans? Times up! Continue reading “When should I make a will?”
Summer is here and its time to pull the bikes out and go for a ride. Continue reading “Bike accidents increase during summer”
Don’t we all love paying property taxes? Well, at least they are always fair and reasonable. No? There are appeal rights. Continue reading “Can I get my property tax changed?”
Did you know that whatever you owned before marriage, belongs solely to you even after you get married? If you want it to go to your spouse, you need to take some steps to make that happen. That is called estate planning.
Did you know that you can sue someone who has previously filed and lost a frivolous lawsuit against you? Continue reading “Can I sue someone who sued me?”
School is out, and its time for a road trip! Not so fast. Time to consider summer driving safety first.
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the month of August had the second highest number of fatal car accidents in 2014, with 3,037 (right behind October’s 3,068). Continue reading “School is out, and its time for a road trip!”