The Boston Globe has been writing about victims of sexual abuse and the struggles that they can face. The article below talks about sex abuse victims at private schools and the way they can be perceived or treated. The article features schools throughout Connecticut including those in Connecticut. The article also points out the following:
It was bound to happen. The obsession many people have with taking selfies is causing serious injuries and death. Most selfies are harmless, but when people are not aware of their surroundings or purposely take risks, the results can be tragic.
This blog has previously touched on several aspects of nursing home abuse and some of the more specific problems that can occur. Readers may remember that we've discussed the dangers of bedsores to nursing home residents, and the use of restraints in such facilities and the problems such use may create for the people living there. This week, however, let's "pull the camera back" and look at a bit of the bigger picture with regards to what treatment residents of long-term care facilities have a right to expect from those facilities.
Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, told by a teenage boy in 1976 that assistant coach Jerry Sandusky molested him in a shower, responded that he didn't want to hear about it and had "a football season to worry about," according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.
This blog has been discussing the various elements of a negligence claim in Connecticut as they apply to premises liability cases over the past couple months. To review, to recover in negligence cases, a plaintiff generally must show that the defendant had a duty to the plaintiff, that the duty was breached, that there was an injury and that the breach was both the cause-in-fact and proximate cause of the injury. In this installment we will touch on the next, and probably most complex element of such cases: proximate cause.
Shelton, CT - A 53-year-old male massage therapist was arrested by Shelton police early Tuesday accused of sexually assaulting two female clients in May at the Coco Spa on Bridgeport Avenue in Shelton.