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Sean McElligott interviewed for "The Early Show"
The CBS morning program, "The Early Show," featured a lawsuit against Greenwich Hospital. Atty. Sean McElligott represents women asking the court to certify...
Medical Malpractice, Class Actions10/27/2008
Addicted Doctor Prompts Potential Class Action
Greenwich Hospital boasted on its web site that it had assembled the "newest technology and a team of breast cancer specialists into one comprehensive Breast...
Medical Malpractice, Class Actions10/13/2008
8 women sue Greenwich Hospital over plastic surgeon
After a 2006 surgery by Dr. Ian Rubins, the Greenwich plastic surgeon who died of a heroin overdose in January, Stamford resident Robin Lyons' breast swelled...
Medical Malpractice, Class Actions10/09/2008
Atty. Bloss on national television
Atty. William Bloss is a key commentator for TruTV (formerly called CourtTV). Here are two edited segments of his comments during recent, high profile trials.
Court to end oversight of police
Koskoff attorneys win major changes in Bridgeport's Police Department. Koskoff represents the Bridgeport Guardians, the organization representing black police...
Civil Rights08/07/2008
Judge may end city police oversight
Twenty-five years of federal court oversight over the Bridgeport Police Department regarding its treatment of black officers may be coming to an end. This...
Civil Rights08/06/2008
Lawyers Honor Michael P. Koskoff with Lifetime Achievement Award
Atty. Michael P. Koskoff, a partner at the law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, received the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) Lifetime...
Atty. Kathleen Nastri Elected AAJ State Governor
Kathleen Nastri, an attorney at the law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, has been elected State Governor of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) by...
Diana Orozco Nominated to Board of Brain Injury Assoc. of Connecticut
Diana V. Orozco, a paralegal at the law firm Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, has been nominated to the board of the Brain Injury Association of Connecticut. "We...
Josh Koskoff Named to Board of Connecticut Legal Services
Joshua D. Koskoff, a partner at the law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, has been nominated to the board of directors of Connecticut Legal Services, Inc...
Law Firm Creates Fund to Help Send Severely Burned Children to Unique Camp
The law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder has donated $10,000 to help pay travel expenses for badly burned youngsters going to the Arthur C. Luf Children's...
10-year-old Burn Victim & Family Get $6 million Partial Settlement
The manufacturer of costumes for children and the licensor of the movie-based character for the costume have agreed to pay $6 million to a 10-year-old boy...
Product Liability, Personal Injury05/05/2008
International Lawyer Group Honors Atty. Michael Koskoff
Atty. Michael P. Koskoff has been named a Fellow of an international honor society of outstanding trial lawyers – the second attorney selected from the law...
Atty. Bloss speaks on South Carolina v. Lee
William Bloss was a guest on Tru TV (formerly Court TV) offering his professional and legal advice on the case of South Carolina v. Lee. Bloss is a regular...
J. Craig Smith interviewed about the Brain Injury Association of Connecticut
J. Craig Smith was interviewed on WICC 600 in association with the firm's support of the Brain Injury Association of Connecticut. Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder...
Verdict Information Hard To Nail Down
Law has been called the best-documented of all the professions. Before and after a law is made, lagoons of ink are often spilled in discussing, evaluating...
Medical Malpractice02/25/2008
Inmate Death Case Settled For $900,000
Stuart Kinsman, Admin. Et al. v. Theresa Lantz, et al. Without admitting fault, the state of Connecticut settled a federal lawsuit with the estate of former...
Civil Rights02/04/2008
Family Of Ferry Accident Victim Settles For $3.2M
The survivors of a truck driver who died when his tractor-trailer rolled off the stern of a Cross Sound ferry five years ago have received a settlement of...
Premises Liability, Personal Injury02/02/2008
Wrongful Death Case Full Of Lessons
A Judge has affirmed a jury's decision in the wrongful death of a truck driver. The family of the late Gary Carlson deserves more than $20 million as a...
Medical Malpractice01/28/2008
Death of ill inmate results in $900,000 settlement from the State
The State of Connecticut has agreed to settle a federal lawsuit concerning the death of 47-year old Dennis Gary Kinsman, an inmate at the Garner Correctional...
Civil Rights01/25/2008
Loss Of Life's Enjoyment Worth $3.5M
John P. Ackley, Administrator v. St. Vincent's Medical Center Gregory Ackley was a mentally challenged, unmarried man who lived with his father and traveled...
Medical Malpractice11/26/2007
No Haven For The Elderly
Nursing home abuse and nursing home lawsuits reported in The Hartford Courant series; Atty. Josh Koskoff is quoted.
Medical Malpractice11/18/2007
Malpractice to cost St. Vincent's $3.5m
Greg Ackley never held a full-time job, but he loved to tell people he finished first in his graduating class. That was by virtue of the spelling of his last...
Medical Malpractice11/14/2007
Jury: St. Vincent's Hospital should pay for preventable death
A Bridgeport Superior Court jury today awarded $3.5 million to the estate of a man who died in the emergency room of St. Vincent's Medical Center, saying his...
Medical Malpractice11/13/2007
Kill All the Lawyers and Forget About a Free Society
Shakespeare's famous line, "Let's kill all the lawyers," has been repeated throughout the ages by comedians and lawyer-bashers alike. Even President Bush...
Civil Rights11/11/2007

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