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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…


Researchers and Doctors Struggle With Rare Cancer Issues

Aug 13th, 2020 | Firm News

Among the most concerning diagnoses a patient could receive involves cancer. Thankfully, Connecticut offers many treatment facilities to help people dealing with the disease. However, the process can get really tricky if it’s a diagnosis for a rare form of cancer. While some cancers are more common among the population, others do not appear as…


Racial Bias In Medicine Creates Inequality In Healthcare

Aug 13th, 2020 | Firm News

In many ways, the well-documented failure of the healthcare industry to care for Black patients is more deadly than police violence. Black people in the United States have the lowest life expectancy compared with any other major group. There are many reasons for this, including lack of access to treatment, poverty, and inadequate care. However,…


Teen Drivers In The Summer Can Cause Personal Injury & Death

Jun 28th, 2020 | Firm News

When driving in Connecticut, there are many dangers to be concerned about. Sharing the road with teens who lack the experience and judgment to be safe drivers is certainly a factor in many auto accidents. During the summer, teens are inevitably on the road. This and the frequency of accidents has led to the time…


Pedestrian Deaths At Their Highest In 30 Years

May 21st, 2020 | Firm News

Perhaps you know someone who was injured while walking in New Haven, Connecticut. The fact is that many pedestrian accidents end in fatalities, and the number of these fatalities has been rising for some time now. Specifically, it began to climb from 2009 onward after seeing a 20-year-long decline. The Highest Number of Pedestrian Deaths…


Bronchiectasis Patients With HIV Prone Misdiagnosis

May 18th, 2020 | Firm News

You may know someone who was injured through the negligence of a doctor, nurse or other medical professional in New Haven, Connecticut. Some of the most common errors made out of negligence are diagnostic errors, and study after study has shown how various conditions are prone to misdiagnoses. A recent study published in the journal…