Ladder Safety Tips to Protect You Against Injury

This spring, many of us are taking on DIY projects we’ve put off all winter. That often means gutter cleaning, roof repairs, or trimming trees—all of which will require a homeowner to make a trip up a ladder. With this in mind, Carter Mario Injury…

Don’t Slip Up on Safety This Winter!

Harsh winters are a fact of life in Connecticut—and so are the slip and fall incidents that come with the cold temperatures, ice, and snow. From sudden Nor’easter storms dumping precipitation on sidewalks to the black ice patches that can develop at night, our state’s…

Negligent Security: Injury Victims Have Rights

When you’re on a property that’s owned by someone else, you have the right to feel safe and to be safe. Many victims don’t realize that safety on other people’s property goes beyond preventative measures to reduce the risks of traditional “slip and fall” accidents—it…

Most Common Places for Slip & Fall Accidents

Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common types of lawsuits that a personal injury lawyer deals with, and they are especially prevalent during the wet winter months. The owner of a property may be liable for any injuries that occur due to…

Settling a Slip and Fall Claim

Settling a slip and fall claim is one of the most common outcomes with these types of cases. The amount of the settlement does depend upon a lot, but having an experienced personal injury legal team at your disposal could be what ensures that you…

Who Is Liable After A Fall or Injury?

If you have suffered an injury after a fall or suffered an injury for any reason, you may be entitled to compensation, and Carter Mario may be able to help get what you are owed. Generally, an injured victim is entitled to compensation for medical…

Common Slip and Fall Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Life is full of the unexpected, and that’s what makes it interesting. However, sometimes people can be taken surprise by a slip and fall injury that can leave them debilitated and unable to do what they need to on a daily basis. While skilled attorneys…

Steps For Onsite Injury Prevention in Connecticut

According to OSHA, 12 workers are killed each day on the job and over 9,000 workers are injured. Work site injury prevention program keep valuable employees at the job site and increases productivity by keeping employees on the job and working without days off due…