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In Connecticut, in most cases, an injured party has two years from the date of an accident to bring suit. Clients often ask, what happens to my case from the time I come into the office until suit is brought? The following is a brief review of what goes on in your case after Mahon, Quinn & Mahon are retained.
Residential and commercial landlords in Connecticut are allowed to collect security deposits from tenants. A security deposit is a payment that a tenant makes before the lease term begins that is used to provide financial security to a landlord if the tenant breaches the lease or damages the property. When it is used properly, a security deposit can be a vital tool to ensure that landlords are made whole at the end of a lease term if a tenant defaults or causes damage.