We recently corresponded with Edmond Provder, CEO and Founder of Occupational Assessment Services (OAS). Edmond is a certified rehabilitation counselor, Diplomate of the American Board of Vocational Experts, Commissioner of LCP, and certified life care planner. Throughout his extensive career, Mr. Provder has provided rehabilitation services to and evaluated the vocational and employability potential of over six thousand individuals. He helps people with an injury and their attorneys assess the economic amount and impact of the injured person’s damages. Continue Reading Personal Injury Damages Advice – Edmond Provder CEO of Occupational Assessment Services

We recently corresponded with Legal Nurse Consultant Kellie Geanuracos, BSN, RN. Kellie is Principal of KLG Legal Nurse Consulting Services LLC of Southbury, Connecticut. She helps injured people and their attorneys analyze medical issues and outcomes associated with personal injury cases. Continue Reading Legal Nurse Consultant Advice with Kellie Geanuracos, BSN, RN


We recently spoke with Juana Rivera, who together with her family, owns AWA Medical Supplies located at 272 Main Street in Danbury, CT.  Ms. Rivera shared some great insight on how the medical supply business can assist injured parties and their families in making their lives more comfortable and helping them through their recovery. Continue Reading Medical Supply Store Tips with Juana Rivera of AWA Medical Supplies


Christopher Petrosino, PT, Ph.D. is the Chair of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. Professor Petrosino recently shared with us his thoughts on physical therapy, and in particular, how it can benefit seriously injured people. Continue Reading Physical Therapy Advice by Professor Christopher Petrosino, PT, PhD.

We recently corresponded with Paul Cicarella, LPI to discuss his work as a Connecticut personal injury investigator. Paul is the President and founder of Advanced Investigations LLC.  Paul is also the President of the CT Private Investigators Association, and Vice President of the National Council of Investigation and Security Services. Continue Reading Personal Injury Investigation Advice with Paul Cicarella, LPI

We recently corresponded with Erin Leavitt-Smith, representative of the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHAS) regarding acquired brain injury symptoms and treatments. Continue Reading Acquired Brain Injury Insight from Erin Leavitt-Smith, Clinical Manager of State of CT DMHAS

We recently heard from Julie Peters, Executive Director of the Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut. The Brain Injury Alliance is a non-profit agency that promotes education, advocacy, and services for individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Continue Reading Brain Injury Treatment Advice With Julie Peters of Brain Injury Alliance

Recently, we had the chance to correspond with forensic engineer Kristopher Seluga, PE. The interview, and his advice, deals with, among other things, the importance of contacting an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. Continue Reading The Use of a Forensic Engineer as an Expert Witness in Your Connecticut Injury Case