| N.J. Man Files Suit Over Power Plant Explosion Suit Seeks $6M In Damages |
Nicholas Novik's job at the Kleen Energy power plant site was to calibrate equipment. His tasks had nothing to do with the "gas blow'' procedure that was...
| Study: Hospital deaths may spike in July |
For years, many in and around the health care industry have been familiar with the so-called "July effect" -- the idea that medical errors spike in July...
| Can Same-Sex Partner Claim Loss Of Consortium? |
Margaret Mueller battled through 24 cycles of chemotherapy over a 3 ½ year span, with little improvement to her condition. Growing desperate, she sought out...
| $2.45M awarded for malpractice in same case where woman claimed damages to gay relationship |
A jury awarded $2.45 million Friday in a malpractice case to the estate of a Connecticut woman who had also that claimed botched cancer treatments damaged...
| Suspect in Ridgefield Dog Attack Denies Allegations |
DANBURY -- A Bantam man facing charges for an alleged dog attack in Ridgefield in April denies claims his German shepherds ever attacked anyone. Robert Kahn...
| Ridgefield Dog Case Defendant in Court Friday |
DANBURY -- Guy Marchison, the Ridgefield man who was injured when his puppy was attacked by two German shepherds in April, has hired a lawyer to represent...
| Bridgeport Trial Lawyer Honored for Role in “Jumpstarting” Mediation |
BRIDGEPORT, May 26, 2010 – A prominent Bridgeport attorney will be honored for his support of mediation and conflict resolution in Connecticut. Community...
| Attorney Smith discusses Supreme Court Case |
Attorney J. Craig Smith will be discussing his recent Supreme Court victory in Mohawk Industries v. Carpenter on Tuesday, May 18th for the Connecticut Bar...
| Thomas Balmès, "Damages" |
In 2005, renowned French director and filmmaker Thomas Balmès, known for his current documentary film, “Babies”, created a film about the inner workings of...
| Atty. Bernard interviewed about the Brain Injury Association of Connecticut |
Chris Bernard's interview on WICC, supporting the Brain Injury Association of Connecticut.
| Lawyer pushes for hospital to release records in drug case |
An attorney representing eight women in a class-action lawsuit against Greenwich Hospital for its handling of a drug-addicted surgeon demanded an explanation...
| Bridgeport police seek recruits to begin new class; Starting annual salary is $42,315 |
Bridgeport officials are stepping up recruitment efforts to hire at least 20 new police officers. “We’re casting a wide net,” said Mayor Bill Finch...
| Law Firm to Boost Bridgeport Police Hiring |
Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, a Bridgeport-based law firm, today announced that it will help fund a drive to recruit more than 20 new officers for the...
| Greenwich Hospital hit with another lawsuit over drug-addicted surgeon |
A new lawsuit filed against Greenwich Hospital over its handling of a drug-addicted surgeon is adding fuel to the fire surrounding the case, bringing the...
| Judge rules malpractice suit against Danbury Hospital can go to trial |
A defense bid based on statutes of limitation to short-circuit a medical malpractice lawsuit against Danbury Hospital and one of its physicians has been...
| Koskoff named VP of 'Inner Circle' |
Attorney Michael P. Koskoff has been elected vice president (president-elect) of the Inner Circle of Advocates, an exclusive organization limited to the 100...
| $16.5 Million Settlement Following Carbon Monoxide Poisoning |
A products liability case involving the death of one person and serious injuries to three others from carbon monoxide poisoning was recently settled for a...
| Koskoff lauded by law peers |
Michael Koskoff, the Bridgeport attorney, knows a little something about the health care system. He's one of those malpractice attorneys that some insurers...
| Female Prison Guards Settle For $2.5 Million |
Maureen Allen et al. v. John J. Armstrong, et al.: Sex, violence, lies and even allegations of an attempt to set up a prostitution ring were all part of a...
| 'A Wild Ride' To The High Court |
J. Craig Smith is an associate at a Bridgeport personal injury firm. But this fall, his work took him to Washington, D.C. As luminaries of the legal world...
| Ruling Rejects Early Appeal of Privilege Determinations |
FEDERAL COURT orders requiring litigants to disclose information they believe is protected by the attorney-client privilege do not qualify for immediate...
| Jury awards $1.7 million in Darien fallen tree lawsuit |
A jury Friday afternoon awarded $1.7 million to a man injured by a fallen tree more than three years ago, attorneys said. Mieczyslaw Wisniewski and his wife...
| Attorney Michael Koskoff to be featured on TV, discussing Medical Liability |
Attorney Michael Koskoff will be discussing Medical Liability on the show, "Dr. V On Call," hosted by Dr. Ed Volpintesta. Guests: Attorney Michael Koskoff...
| Dangerous Halloween costumes |
Atty. William Bloss is interviewed about personal injuries that may result.
| Letter to the editor |
In a recent opinion piece in the Post, Dr. Robert Levine, of Norwalk, attacks our malpractice system, using bogus statistics and faulty logic. For example...