answered on Oct 24, 2022
Yes, that would be the way to go.
-My mother passed away on tuesday, and upon talking to her doctor he expressed she was in good health aside from hypertension and gallbladder issues. I was not contacted asking if i wanted a autopsy and he himself was not. she received the covid vaccine two days prior to her passing so i feel as... Read more »
answered on Mar 26, 2021
First off, I am sorry for your loss. The loss of a parent leaves a huge whole in one's heart. The State of Connecticut requires that the Medical Examiner examine deaths due to accident, homicide, suicide, and unknown causes, specifically "sudden or unexpected deaths not caused by... Read more »
My husband was the executor of the estate, however he was unable to continue, as he became ill. Then, his sister became the executor of estate. Both parents and all siblings were named beneficiaries to the estate. There has been a wrongful death lawsuit going on and is now in the process of... Read more »
answered on Jul 21, 2020
First, my heart goes out to you in this difficult time.
Now to answer the question. You and/or your daughter should be entitled to your husband's share of his brother's estate. Your husband was alive at the time of his brother's death, so he (or in this case his estate)... Read more »
Tracheal obstruction was the cause of death as per the autopsy, the nursing home tried to make it look like a heart attack. He had been left alone in his room for 3 hours and 48 minutes on the weekend, when staff was very low.
answered on Aug 21, 2018
Contact Mike Koskoff. Tell him I suggested you call. If you need other names let me know.
answered on May 4, 2018
I doubt it but contact a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association--they can best advise you.
answered on Feb 22, 2018
A person who knows the deceased does not have the legal authority to file a wrongful death claim. An estate must be opened for the deceased and the administrator of the estate generally has the authority to then file such a claim.
answered on Feb 18, 2018
If a case were filed claiming negligence or willful and wanton conduct by the party or parties who caused the death, then yes that would amount to a wrongful death claim and a separate count for a survival action if the decedent survived the injuries that caused the death for any length of time. In... Read more »
answered on Dec 28, 2017
I can put you in touch with an excellent attorney whom I've known and associated with. Please feel free to call me.
answered on Oct 25, 2017
No. Wrongful death cases can only be brought by a limited class of people. It's possible depending on circumstances a negligence claim could be brought but under most circumstances that would not be a claim that could be brought either.
I would like to know what I can do about this.
I also have an inmate wondering about medical leave and good behavior time. Her case should also be looked into from 1997. I don't believe she had got representation. Thank You
answered on Jun 11, 2017
I would be interested in discussing the matter with you. From the limited amount of facts that you provided, I am not sure that I can give any kind of appropriate answer. And in fact left me with more questions. Please feel free to contact me at my office at 2:03. 870. 6700. Thank you
I'm a paralegal student and I'm having trouble finding any information on how to properly fill out a summons and a complaint for a case example which is wrongful death.
answered on Jan 29, 2017
The clerk or prothonotary should be able to tell you. The complaint is farely straightforward. A Ct Bar Assn CLE coursebook on torts will probably have samples of both--look at them in the County law library.
My parents dont want to because they think we will not win, but I think there is a chance. She was dehydrated since march and they didn't notice and thought it was something else and has had to ho to the hospital after a week she went back to the nursing home and a week later she died.
answered on Sep 17, 2016
Tell your parents if they contact a good attorney like Michael Koskoff and tell them I said to call they will at least get a free consultation. If he takes the case it means he thinks he can win, as he takes cases on the basis that he only gets paid if he can get money for the estate. They... Read more »
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