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Post-Market Safety Events

Drug defects are often discovered after approval and sale Every medication comes with various lists of warnings and side effects, some of which can be deadly. Informed patient consent means that we have the freedom to speak to the pharmacist about any prescription, and to be properly informed about them by our providers. We also...

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Owners Bear Responsibility for Dog Attacks

A Hartford attorney said irresponsible dog owners in Connecticut can affect people’s lives in many different ways, citing three recent incidents in the state involving dog attacks. “In recent weeks, we’ve seen a child sent to the hospital, a family pet attacked, and an entire neighborhood inconvenienced,” said Hartford personal injury attorney Joseph Morelli of...

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U.S. Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Connecticut Injury Victims

Unanimous high court decision allows personal injury case to proceed to trial A legal case involving a Connecticut rear-end accident made it all the way to the United States Supreme Court due to issues involving tribal sovereign immunity. Ultimately, the Supreme Court sided with the injured parties, who can now pursue legal action for injuries...

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Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone sponsor of Thunder in the Valley Festival

Popular motorcycling event features food, music and live entertainment on May 6 The Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone is proud to sponsor this year’s Thunder in the Valley Festival, a motorcycle rally and popular festival held on May 6 in Easthampton, Massachusetts and organized by the Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association. Our Massachusetts motorcycle...

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Connecticut Lawyer: Motorcycle Incidents Raise Safety Concerns

Two incidents on Connecticut roads in the same day recently served as a harsh reminder that everyone on the road is responsible for motorcycle safety, said Hartford motorcycle accident attorney Joseph Morelli of the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone & Morelli. Morelli was referring to two Connecticut incidents involving motorcycles on the second Sunday...

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