In the world of personal injury practice, plaintiffs often need money fast.

Yet the wait for a trial date in crowded urban courts can be four years. When one defendant is willing to settle, there can be plenty of pressure to sign a release and take some money. But releasing just one party could be a serious, costly mistake, according to the July 27 state Supreme Court case of Alvarez v. New Haven Register.

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