Client Injured in Car Accident Caused by Police Officer

Our client injured in a Hartford, Connecticut car accident when a police officer, while on duty, elected to drive through a red light and crash into our client’s car.  As a result of the collision, our client sustained numerous personal injuries.  All drivers on our Connecticut roads are required to obey the traffic laws and drive safely including police officers.  If a car accident has been caused by the negligence of a police officer, the injured person has the legal  light to pursue a negligence claim against the police officer and the officer’s employer provided that written notice of the claim is filed with the town or city clerk within six (6) months of the accident.

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Injured Pedestrian Retains Sabatini and Associates

A young woman walking across the street in the designated cross walk and hit by a car has retained Sabatini and Associates to represent her in a personal injury case against the driver.  The driver stopped at a red light decided to make a right on red and proceeded to drive into the young woman. The police responded to the car accident.  Our client sustained multiple physical injuries.

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OSHA New Workplace Safety Rules Put Data on Amputations and Hospitalizations Online

Starting in January 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will expand its workplace safety reporting rules. OSHA will require employers to notify the government within 24 hours every time a worker loses an eye, suffers an amputation, or gets admitted to the hospital with a work-related injury.  This new rules replaces regulations that require employers to report only incidents resulting in 3 or more workers being hospitalized.  Workplace deaths will continue to be reported within 8 hours.  OSHA believes that by expanding the events that require reporting and by having the reporting posted online, employers will take additional steps to prevent injuries and provide a safer working environment.

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DePuy Pinnacle Hip Replacement Lawsuit Filed by Sabatini & Associates

Sabatini and Associates has filed a lawsuit on behalf of our client for injuries sustained as a result of defective metal-on-metal DePuy Pinnacle Hip Replacements.  The product liability lawsuit was filed in federal court in the district of Connecticut.  The lawsuit claims that the Pinnacle hip devices have caused the client to develop elevated cobalt and chromium ion levels in her bloodstream and that the devices have failed resulting in the need to undergo revision surgeries.

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Woman Injured In West Hartford Car Accident Retains Sabatini & Associates

A young woman injured in a recent car accident in West Hartford has retained the lawyers at Sabatini and Associates to represent her in her personal injury case.  The woman was injured by another car that went through a red light. She was taken by ambulance from the collision scene.  Sabatini and Associates has over 40 years of experience in representing people injured in Connecticut car accidents. If you have been injured in a car accident, please call our personal injury attorneys at 860-667-0839 to discuss your case.

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