Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - Now that a legal aid attorney has requested information from a Medicaid provider, and Connecticut's Department of Social Services has agreed to release it, state Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has said he will do whatever he can to make sure it is made public.
Graffeo ALBANY, N.Y. - New York's Court of Appeals has decided that a conversion claim may be brought by a former Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. agent who says the company took information he needed when it reclaimed its computer.
Coakley BOSTON - Cape Cod homeowners should expect a 25 percent increase in homeowners insurance rates for the second year in a row, and Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley isn't happy about it.
Dann COLUMBUS, Ohio - After receiving more than 50 complaints from consumers across the United States, Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann recently filed a lawsuit Friday that charges an Internet company with false advertising.
Borden HARTFORD, Conn. - Connecticut's Supreme Court decided Monday that an internal investigation conducted by MassMutual Insuance Co. and provided to state Attorney General Richard Blumenthal may be released to a newspaper.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - United States Fidelity & Guaranty, a division of St. Paul Travelers will pay the State of Connecticut $17.5 million to finish a storm-drain project, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal announced Thursday.
Palmer HARTFORD, Conn. - A business should have known customers would drop food on its floor and is liable for the injuries of a woman who fell on a piece of lettuce, the Connecticut Supreme Court recently concluded.
Hood GULFPORT, Miss. - While the end result of each "slab case" is plainly obvious to the naked eye, a federal judge on Thursday ruled that a similar acceptance can not be made as it relates to the means by which the result occurred.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The District of Columbia Department of Employment Services may have caused a woman to untimely file for permanent total disability benefits, a recent D.C. Court of Appeals order remanding the case said.
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - After stating more than a month ago that his office would not participate in the Town of Berlin's lawsuit against a sexually oriented business, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal on Monday in federal court filed a friend of the court brief in support of the town.
McGraw CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Four West Virginia consumers who say they were unfairly bothered after defaulting on loans that are illegal in the state had their balances wiped out in a recent agreement between West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw and Advance America.