Amnesia is an often-misunderstood condition that involves different types of memory loss. Effects can be mild or severe and for some people, the ability to retain important facts and information can be impacted for life. Healthline offers the following information on amnesia, including why it occurs and how it can be treated.
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Families all over New Haven will soon be busy preparing holiday meals for friends and family. Along with the many tasty dishes and camaraderie comes a risk of a kitchen accident, especially when home cooks don’t take the proper safety steps. In this case, Everyday Health offers the following kitchen tips to keep you and your loved ones safe this holiday season.
If you lose a spouse or child in Connecticut due to someone’s negligence or misconduct, you may not realize that you can file a wrongful death suit against the person or entity that you believe caused your loved one’s death. FindLaw points out that you file a wrongful death lawsuit in civil court. What you sue for are money damages to compensate you for the death of your loved one.
In November, many Americans experience much colder weather than their cities saw during the summer months. Some people may miss the summer while others embrace the seasonal change and look forward to winter. Either way, fall weather can lead to a variety of risks that may cause a car accident. Aside from road conditions, weather can even cause the windows on a driver’s vehicle to become foggy, which can prevent them from being able to see other vehicles and the road in front of them.
For New Haven families looking for a nursing home on the behalf of a loved one, finding quality care is crucial. There are many red flags to be aware of, many of which indicate that a facility may be negligent towards residents. Not only does negligence diminish one's quality of life, it can also lead to serious health consequences. U.S. News & World Report recommends looking for the following signs when in search of a nursing facility for a family member.
If you sustain a burn injury in Connecticut, the treatment you receive depends in part on the severity of the burn. According to the Mayo Clinic, the more layers of tissue affected by the burn, the more severe it is.
Losing a loved one is usually a harrowing experience, especially when the death was caused by another person’s negligence. As a result, it can be difficult for people in Connecticut to navigate the grieving process, which is usually fraught with a wide array of complex emotions. If you’ve recently lost someone you cared about deeply, the American Psychological Association recommends the following advice.
A common misconception amongst many in New Haven might be that wrongful death lawsuits are simply meant to punish the parties believed to be responsible for causing the untimely deaths of others. On the contrary, most who seek such action are simply trying to deal with the expenses associated with their losses the best that they can. Typically, the greatest of those losses are not monetary, but rather the emotional pain felt by being deprived of their family member or friend's companionship. The legal term for this deprivation is "loss of consortium."
Whether due to a car accident or as a result of poorly maintained property, negligent behavior can cause a great deal of harm. This is especially true when it comes to traumatic brain injury (TBI), which can have lifelong effects or even result in loss of life. The Mayo Clinic explains the basics of TBI, including symptoms and prevention.
If you have had a loved one die recently due to the negligent actions of another, then you might justly be considering a wrongful death lawsuit (filed by either yourself or the decedent's personal representative). However, what if you had already initiated action following an incident that injured your loved one, and then he or she suddenly succumbs to his or her injuries? Many have come to us here at The Law Office of George H. Romania, LLC thinking that in since such action did not begin as a wrongful death lawsuit, their cause of action then dies with their family members. We can tell with certainty that is not the case.