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There Is No Substitute for Experience in Handling Dental Malpractice Cases:

Medical malpractice cases in Connecticut are unique; in that, unlike other personal injury actions our state requires, as a predicate to starting a lawsuit, that the plaintiff attach to his/her


Dental Malpractice: Anterior Growth Guidance Appliance (AGGA: FAGGA) and ALF Patient’s searching for alternatives to traditional orthodontic surgery, unfortunately, have been taken in by a small group

Dental Malpractice: The myth of holistic dentistry, biological dentistry, cavitations, and neuralgia inducing cavitational osteonecrosis (NICO).

In these days of alternative approaches to traditional medicine and dentistry, the concept of holistic or naturopathic dentistry has arisen.At MeehanLaw, LLC, we have the skill and experience to recognize viable dental malpractice claims and obtain appropriate damages for our clients injured by the negligence of a dentist.

International Academy of Trial Lawyers Condemns Trump’s Judicial Attack

The International Academy of Trial Lawyers Issues Statement Condemning Attacks on the Independence of the Judiciary
President Criticizes Recent Assaults as Political Expedience, Base Racism

Super Bowl and Human Trafficking, Is It More Than a Football Game?

This weekend America celebrates one of its great national sports pageants- the Super Bowl. If you have even the remotest interest in sports you are well aware of Deflategate. Countless articles and

Human Trafficking of Minors, Right Next Door

This is the time of year we celebrate family.  Hanukah, Christmas, Kwanza all present an opportunity to cherish our children and grandchildren. There has been nothing more joyful in my life than the

When Words Won’t Hurt You.

“Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” That little ditty conjures up images of a schoolboy sticking his tongue out as he responds to some childish insult. A recent

Fourth Amendment, Cell Phones and the Digital Age

I remember buying my first car phone. It came with a portable pack the size of a video recorder that I wore on a strap. It was cumbersome and filled only one purpose–saving me from carrying a pocket

Is the Jury System Dying?

The American jury trial has been the cornerstone of our justice system. It is of such importance that it has been insulated from the changing political whims of legislatures and judicial

Malpractice Crisis Was a Sham: Florida Supreme Court

The eternal struggle between good and evil appears in the myths and legends of every culture throughout history. From the halls of Asgard the Norsemen believed their gods waged a never ending war with