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Virtual dance party to support healthcare workers, first responders

Stamford Advocate, STAMFORD, CT (March 30, 2020) — Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County (CLC) presents the live stream of “I Will Survive,” a virtual dance party on Instagram Friday, April 3, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. To attend, follow @aprillarken on Instagram and tune in to her “Live” feed by clicking on here. In… Read more >


Proud To Be a Lead Sponsor of ‘Cookin’ For A Cause’ To Benefit House of Heroes Connecticut

TICKETS ON SALE NOW “Cookin’ For A Cause” To Benefit House of Heroes Connecticut Sponsored by CTLA’s Women’s Caucus Founded in 2000 in Columbus, GA, House of Heroes, Inc. has provided no-cost home repair services to more than 500 military and public service veterans and their families. Teams of volunteers spend one day performing veteran home… Read more >


Only 1% of Doctors Incur Largest Share of Medical Malpractice Payments

February 2, 2016 

By Richard A. Silver, Co-chair, Medical Malpractice Committee, Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association; Listed in The Best Lawyers in America© for Medical Malpractice – Plaintiffs Only 1% of U.S. doctors are responsible for the largest share of paid medical malpractice claims – some 32%, according to a Stanford University study that was recently published in The… Read more >


Warning: Anything You Say Can Be Used Against You on TV

Big Brother is watching.  Any unfortunate comment by an attorney can be caught in the blizzard of new media devices and can spell disaster for a case.  Here is a primer on what attorneys should watch out for and how to overcome instincts that could make an attorney into a victim.