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Court Grants Request for $750,000.00 Attachment in New Britain Child Molestation Case

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe has obtained a $750,000.00 attachment order against a man who molested a fifteen year old boy in 1992 in New Britain, Connecticut.  “This order was granted by a New Britain Superior Court judge after an evidentiary hearing was held on May 24, 2017 at New Britain Superior Court.  We intend to continue our pursuit of a damages claim against this defendant for what he did to the fifteen year old boy many years ago.”  Tim O’Keefe

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Lawsuit Filed in Drunk Driving Crash

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a woman who suffered serious bodily injuries in an automobile crash caused by a drunk driver in New Hartford, Connecticut.  “Our investigation into this matter continues, but we do know that the operator of the other vehicle involved in this crash was intoxicated and over the legal limit at the time that the crash occurred.  We will pursue all avenues of potential recovery in this case.”  Tim O’Keefe

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$750,000.00 Attachment Order in Danbury Child Rape Case

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe has obtained a $750,000.00 attachment order against a man who is charged with sexually assaulting a thirteen year old girl in Danbury, Connecticut.  “The court held an evidentiary hearing where the judge was able to hear information about how the defendant’s sexual misconduct with this minor child has had a devastating impact on her life.  We remain hopeful that we will be able to obtain just compensation from this defendant for these egregious harms and losses.”  Tim O’Keefe

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Trial To Start in East Windsor Rape Case

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe will be on trial at Hartford Superior Court beginning on April 26, 2017 in a case of a woman who was raped by the patron of a bar in East Windsor that over served him with alcohol.  “Our Dram Shop Act Law requires bars serving liquor to not serve alcohol to patrons that are either visibly or perceivably intoxicated.  The evidence in this case will demonstrate that the bar in this case served alcohol to this patron when he was already intoxicated.  He proceeded to physically attack and brutally rape the woman I am representing.  We will ask the jury to award her just compensation for this brutal rape.”

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Lawsuit Filed in Manchester Drunk Driving Crash

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a man who was seriously injured in a drunk driving crash in Manchester, Connecticut.  “Our client is very young man who has suffered incredibly serious injuries. He remains hospitalized more than one month after this automobile crash.  The defendant driver has been arrested for operating under the influence of alcohol.  We plan to pursue a claim for full damages in this case.”  Tim O’Keefe

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Tim O’Keefe To Represent Victim of Drunk Driving Crash

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe has been hired by the family of a victim of a drunk driving crash in Manchester, Connecticut.  “The defendant in this case was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence alcohol.  The two passengers in his car were very seriously injured in the crash.  Our client’s son remains in the hospital and continues to receive medical treatment for a traumatic brain injury.  We are conducting an investigation to determine who served the defendant alcohol and when.”  Tim O’Keefe

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Negligent Security Case to be Tried in April 2017 in New Britain

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe will try a negligent security case at New Britain Superior Court beginning in April 2017. “The case involves a business in Bristol, Connecticut that failed to have adequate security measures in place to protect its customers.  As a result, one of those customers was brutally attacked and robbed by two assailants on the premises.  Our client has suffered tremendous physical and emotional harm as a result of this assault.  We will ask the jury to hold this business accountable and award a proper amount of financial compensation for this man’s injuries.”  Tim O’Keefe

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Lawsuit Filed for Danbury Child Sex Assault

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe has announced the filing of a lawsuit on behalf of the family of a young girl who was sexually assaulted by a much older man in Danbury, Connecticut.  “The perpetrator, Nelson Cassiano, admitted to this extreme and harmful sexual misconduct.  We hope to recover damages from the perpetrator to help this family cover some of the very significant healthcare costs they have incurred for their daughter.”  Tim O’Keefe

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$250,000.00 Judgment Obtained for Gunshot Victim

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe has announced that his law firm has obtained a $250,000.00 judgment for the victim of a shooting at a Meriden, Connecticut nightclub.  “This judgment was obtained pursuant to the Connecticut Dram Shop Act and represents the maximum financial award allowed under our state’s law.  Establishments that serve liquor to patrons must maintain reasonable safety standards and take proper precautions to help prevent intoxicated patrons from harming others.”  Tim O’Keefe

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Tim O’Keefe to Represent University of Hartford Sex Assault Victim

Connecticut Crime Victim Lawyer Tim O’Keefe has been retained by the victim of a sexual assault that recently occurred at an off campus party involving University of Hartford students.  “This assault took place at a house traditionally occupied by members of the University of Hartford rugby team.  The police are continuing an investigation into the events in question.”  Tim O’Keefe

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