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RisCassi & Davis Again Honored by Best Lawyers

RisCassi & Davis, Connecticut’s personal injury law firm, is pleased to announce that nine (9) of our lawyers have been named to the 2020 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Best Lawyers has published their list of top attorneys for over three decades, earning the respect of the profession, the media, and the public… read more →

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New Vaping Dangers

When electronic cigarettes (also known as vaping devices) first arrived on the scene, they were heralded as a health breakthrough for smokers. Research findings now show there is, among other things, a negative effect on heart and lung function associated with e-cigarette use. There is also new evidence that they may cause seizures in some… read more →

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76 Billion Pills Later…

Thanks to intrepid work by news organizations like the Washington Post, we now know much more about what fueled the deadly opioid epidemic of the past decade. 76 billion pills. And that’s just the number of opioid pills drug companies poured into U.S. markets from 2006-2012.  Billions more flowed before and after that period of… read more →

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Pedestrian and Cyclist Deaths on the Rise

For now, the second year in a row, fatal accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists are on the rise in the U.S. Cyclists deaths in the past year are up 10% while pedestrian deaths are up 4%.  Since 2009, pedestrian deaths in the U.S. have jumped by more than 51%. The question is, why? These increases… read more →

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How the Actions of Judges Can Harm Consumers

Defective and dangerous products can cause great harm. Of that there is no question. From Takata airbags to opioid drugs like OxyContin – the carnage has been substantial. And while the courts and trial attorneys like those at RisCassi & Davis often help consumers recover from their losses, actions taken by our courts sometimes enable… read more →

Can We Trust Chemical Companies to Produce Safe Lawn Products?

DeWayne Johnson is a 46-year-old man dying of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He alleges his cancer was caused by the nearly ubiquitous herbicide Roundup – a product manufactured by Monsanto (now a division of Bayer). Juries have returned three unanimous verdicts finding that glyphosate-based Roundup was a substantial cause of his cancer while also calling for extensive… read more →

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Drunk Driving Deaths Continue to Rise in Connecticut

Drunk driving is a killer.  Of that, there is no question. But did you know that Connecticut stands well above the national average for the percentage of fatal crashes involving a drunk driver? Forty-three percent of all fatal car accidents in this state in 2017 (the latest year for which data is available) involved at… read more →

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Hard to Believe but Painfully True

It would seem reasonable to assume that any medical device recommended for implantation in a human body would have FDA approval for safety and efficacy – right? That’s what most consumers in the U.S. believe. Sadly – it’s not the case. The vast majority of medical devices are approved by the FDA but have undergone… read more →

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Kia and Hyundai Under Investigation for Mysterious Car Fires

Do you own a Kia or a Hyundai car built between 2010-2015 with a 2.0- or 2.4-liter engine? If you do – your vehicle is at risk of catching fire after stalling. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has just opened an investigation into these automakers after reviewing over 3,000 reports of fires in… read more →

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