Carter Mario Legal Blog
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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.
New evidence from the Department of Health and Human Services shows that many hospital staff members fail to report incidences of wrongdoing.
Someone who has been truly wronged is entitled to seek justice for their personal injuries in court. This is a right that most Americans hold as close to their hearts as any other constitutional right.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning citizens of the dangers an electric massage device may pose to consumers.
December 8, 2011 Carter Mario Injury Lawyers is now offering FREE taxi rides to any person who has our “Get Carter!” App on his or her Android or iPhone. How Does it Work? If you’re ever in need of a safe ride home, all you have to do is press the “Call a Taxi Cab” button […]
Today a new page was turned in the battle between tobacco companies and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), when a judge ordered a block on a requirement by the FDA that would force cigarette manufacturers to print graphic warning labels on packaging beginning as early as next year.
New statistics on breast cancer rates in each state show that Connecticut ranks second in the nation for incidence of the disease.