The Hartford, Connecticut trial law firm of Kenny, O’Keefe & Usseglio, P.C., has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a young woman who was injured in an automobile crash by a drunk driver. The crash occurred in Hartford, Connecticut. The lawsuit was filed in Hartford Superior Court and seeks compensatory and punitive damages.
“Our client suffered bodily injuries in this crash and has had her job search delayed as a result. She is seeking to hold the drunk driver accountable for causing her harm.” Timothy L. O’Keefe, Kenny, O’Keefe & Usseglio, P.C.
A pedestrian was killed after being struck by a bus in downtown Hartford late Thursday morning.
The accident happened about 11:20 a.m. in the area of Gold and Lewis streets. Police have blocked off roads in the area.
— A school bus and a car collided near the intersection of Wethersfield Avenue and Wyllys Street on Wednesday afternoon, and some of the students on board were receiving medical attention.
There were about 14 students from the Achievement First Academy on board, said Hartford schools spokesman David Medina. They ranged from kindergarteners to eighth-graders.
One child told officials that they were not feeling well. The child is being evaluated, Medina said.
Staff reports The Hartford Courant
March 19, 2013
A local woman involved in a car accident earlier this month has died, police said.
Helen Mehlman, 93, of 1 Hamilton Heights
, was involved in the crash at Fern Street and Fernwood Road on March 9.
The accident is still under investigation. It is the first fatal crash on a West Hartford
road since October 2009, police said.
The Hartford, Connecticut trial law firm, Kenny, O’Keefe & Usseglio, P.C., has filed a lawsuit in New Britain Superior Court on behalf of a man who was seriously injured in motor vehicle crash caused by a drunk driver. The motor vehicle crash occurred in September, 2012 in Southington, Connecticut. As a result of the crash, the injured man sustained serious head injuries which have left him with permanent scarring.
“We have filed a claim to recover financial compensation for our client’s significant medical expenses, his lost wages and his permanent injuries.” Timothy O’Keefe, Kenny, O’Keefe & Usseglio, P.C.