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Grill Safety: Tips and Tricks

by Carter Mario | May 19th, 2015

Summer is almost here and that means outdoor grills will be cooking meals for families all over the country. That familiar smell will be wafting through neighborhoods, causing many hungry mouths to yearn for the familiar taste of barbecue. Grilling is one of the most popular ways to cook in the country, but it resulted in […]

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Spring Cleaning/Ladder Safety

by Andrew Bottinick | April 10th, 2015

Using a Ladder for Spring Cleaning? Take a Few Minutes for Safety When the weather starts to break and some warmer weather moves in, the spring cleaning bug starts to bite. Everything that winter storms moved out of place needs put back into place, all the debris lodged in gutters needs to be removed, and […]

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2015 Carter Cares Scholarship

by Carter Mario | March 10th, 2015

March 10, 2015 Carter Mario Injury Lawyers is committed to supporting higher education opportunities and promoting programs that deal with the prevention of distracted driving by teens. Our Carter Cares Scholarship is a combined effort to provide financial assistance for Connecticut high school students to pursue their educational goals as well as to raise awareness […]

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Hurt at Work? Follow These Steps

by Andrew Wallace | October 8th, 2014

No one wants or plans to get hurt at work, but it happens. Too often, people choose not to do anything immediately because they value their job and they are concerned about getting fired or creating tension with their boss. Later, if they do decide they want to do something, it’s often too late because […]

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Getting a Checkup May Help Keep the Value of Your “Check Up”

by Carla Williams | October 1st, 2014

You have just been in a car accident; your back is in severe pain and you think that your arm may be broken. What is the most important thing for you to do? Seek medical attention. You have just been in a car accident; you hit your head, and have a major headache, but no […]

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What You Need to Know About Secondary Drowning

by Annette Smith | July 16th, 2014

Summertime is full of sunshine, fun, and swimming pools. Although many parents and guardians take precautions when it comes to drowning, the danger does not always end there. Secondary drowning, or dry drowning, can happen out of the water and be extremely dangerous. This occurrence is exceptionally rare, amounting to only about 1%-2% of documented […]

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Legal Questions after a Train Accident

by Carla Williams | May 20th, 2013

If you are reading this, you may have been hurt, or your spouse may have been killed or injured in a railroad accident or train accident. At Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, our Connecticut Personal Injury Attorneys are available to help you 24 hours a day if you were hurt in a train wreck or railroad […]

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High Number Of Military Veterans With Lung Diseases Prompts Research

by J. Gosselin | March 12th, 2012

A high number of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan have developed serious lung diseases, prompting several medical groups to begin studies to determine the cause.

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Study Shows The Number Of Drugged Drivers Is On The Rise

by J. Gosselin | February 6th, 2012

A woman admitted to being on a day long crack-cocaine binge before causing an accident with another car and a tractor-trailer along I-95 that seriously injured the truck driver.

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New Research Shows Many Hospital Accidents Go Unreported

by J. Gosselin | January 23rd, 2012

New evidence from the Department of Health and Human Services shows that many hospital staff members fail to report incidences of wrongdoing.

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