08/07/2015 // Hartford, CT, USA // cttriallawyers // Neil Ferstand // (press release)

In our continuing effort to inform and educate Connecticut Legislators on the importance and extent to which the civil justice system enters our lives, legislators this week received a variety of news items beginning with a USA Today analysis of the number innocent bystanders killed as a result of police vehicle chases since 1979. In addition legislators will find an article concerning a recent Federal Court decision on the necessity for a Court warrant to track cell phone data and, the need in Connecticut for more family caregivers who provide more than $5 billion in unpaid care services for their loved ones. An additional piece speaks to the global fight by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to defeat anti-smoking.