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LTKE Law Supports Walter Camp Foundation

May 6th, 2022 | Firm News

LTKE Law’s Michael A. Leone, a former Trinity College football team captain and Bantam Defensive Tackle turned Insurance Defense Attorney, is proud to represent LTKE Law this year in its support of the Walter Camp Foundation. Leone has been a member of the Foundation since 2013 and currently sits on the Board of Governors. Michael…


New Haven Trial Law Firm Expands During Pandemic

Mar 15th, 2022 | Firm News

LTKE Law is excited to announce the additions of Michael Schulz and Justin Ahern to the legal team. Attorney Schulz will be working in personal injury and defense law. Attorney Ahern practices in the area of family law and personal injury. The new associates are prepared to immediately make a positive impact on the firm’s…


Retracted Study on Zantac’s Contamination Doesn’t End Liability

Jul 14th, 2021 | Firm News

People take prescription medicine to treat a disease or reduce symptoms. Some drugs have known side effects that patients have to consider when determining if a course of treatment is worth the risk. Unfortunately, sometimes patients have risk for side effects that neither their physician nor the drug manufacturer warned them about beforehand. For example,…


Intubation Errors Could Lead to Serious Injuries or Death

May 19th, 2021 | Firm News

If you’re going into surgery, it’s always a good idea to get to know the anesthesiologist. They control general anesthesia when you go under. It’s their responsibility to intubate you to and make sure that your body gets enough oxygen throughout the procedure. Failing to do this job correctly has severe consequences. In a worst-case…


An Antirheumatic Drug Risk You Should Know About

Mar 11th, 2021 | Firm News

If you or a loved one has a rheumatic condition, it is likely that you have heard about recent medications that can produce more relief than others. The Janus kinase inhibitor (JAK inhibitor) category of drugs holds much promise for people suffering from various rheumatic conditions. These drugs can decrease pain, inflammation and even joint…


Diabetes Drug Recalled: What You Should Know

Oct 14th, 2020 | Firm News

If you live with Type 2 Diabetes, you rely on medications to help your body make the insulin you need and regulate your blood sugar levels. When you take such medications, you expect them to be safe. And yet, unfortunately, not all of the drugs on pharmacy shelves are safe. The U.S. Food and Drug…


Understanding Long-Term Effects of Shoulder Impingement

Sep 16th, 2020 | Firm News

Shoulder impingement is a very common injury in many auto accidents, and particularly in Connecticut motorcycle mishaps. Bike riders who are involved in an accident often are thrown from their motorcycle or hit front on, many times jamming the shoulder in either scenario. It is common to land on a shoulder when being thrown from…