What to Do After an Auto Accident if You Don’t Have Medical Insurance
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What to Do After an Auto Accident if You Don’t Have Medical Insurance

By Matthew D. Newman, Esq. It’s not unusual for someone who has been involved in an automobile accident to need medical treatment. Often people hesitate about going to…

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Prevent Summer Learning Loss with Kumon
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Prevent Summer Learning Loss with Kumon

By Jyoti Kelkar    Summer is a great opportunity for children to take a break from long school days and have fun with friends. Learning, however, doesn’t have…

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Medical Examination Process to obtain American Citizenship
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Medical Examination Process to obtain American Citizenship

By AFC Urgent Care in Danbury   The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires a medical examination process. This comprehensive assessment can take up to three visits, with…

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Do You Really Need Life Insurance?
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Do You Really Need Life Insurance?

By Talline Carvalho   Life insurance isn’t just for married couples with children. The need for life insurance is much broader. “Anybody who would experience a financial loss or an…

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Accidents Happen: Here’s What You Need to Know
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Accidents Happen: Here’s What You Need to Know

By Brenda Benitez, Esq.   Although automobile liability insurance is mandatory in all states, each state has its own version of laws for determining fault in a car…

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What is Insanity?
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What is Insanity?

  Dear Editor, It is said, “Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results is insanity.” Once again, we are doing just that. Dr. Sal…

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Victims of Domestic Violence: You May Be Able to Become a Permanent Resident
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Victims of Domestic Violence: You May Be Able to Become a Permanent Resident

By Atty. Cynthia Exner I am constantly amazed when clients who have been abused for years by their legal spouses, come into my office for advice, and they…

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Infertility Myths – Part II
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Infertility Myths – Part II

Although infertility is common (one in eight couples has trouble starting a family), there are many misconceptions about it. As a follow up to our previous article about…

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Medical Payments Coverage Overview State of Connecticut
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Medical Payments Coverage Overview State of Connecticut

By Rute Mendes Caetano, ESQ. With lower gas prices, an improving economy and increased distracted driving, the National Safety Council says motor vehicle accidents between January and June…

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Cyber Security: Are You and Your Business Protected?
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Cyber Security: Are You and Your Business Protected?

By Perry Salvagne With high-profile cyber security breaches at large corporations like Sony, Target and Home Depot hitting the news more and more often, consumers are becoming increasingly…

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