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New Law Requires Implementation of Adaptive Headlight Technology

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January 10th, 2022

With much fanfare a new Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill was signed into law last month and now the true implications of the bill are coming into focus.  One of these implications that will directly impact the ability for car manufacturers to implement technology that will reduce Connecticut auto accidents is the legalization of adaptive headlight technology. … Keep reading…

Take Your Child’s Winter Jacket Off In The Car – Here’s Why

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January 6th, 2022

The frigid winter months are upon us and everyone is bundled up in a big bulky jacket that will keep us nice and toasty warm.  That goes for your child too who needs protection from the cold just as much as you do.  So why would we suggest removing her/his jacket when they get into … Keep reading…

Driver Shortages May Lead To Future Connecticut Truck Accidents

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January 4th, 2022

The story seems to be the same in industry after industry.  The education sector can’t find enough teachers to fill open positions.  The hospitality industry can’t find enough workers to staff hotels and restaurants properly.  Now another industry is reporting shortages in staffing, that’s the trucking industry. Truck drivers were hailed as an essential cog … Keep reading…

Five Statistics About Slip and Fall Accidents We Bet You Didn’t Know

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December 29th, 2021

We know you may not have spent many days or months thinking about a Connecticut slip and fall accident, but maybe you should be thinking about the dangers of this.  In fact, slip and fall injuries are more common than you might think and they don’t always involve ice or wet floors.   While knowing a … Keep reading…

It May Be Hard For Law Enforcement To Detect Drugged Driving

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December 27th, 2021

One thing that has worked for law enforcement over the years in detecting and prosecuting drunk driving is the advancement of technologies to help detect whether a person was drinking before or while she/he was driving.  Over the years law enforcement has been able to determine if a Connecticut auto accident was caused in part … Keep reading…

Marijuana May Be Legal, But It Can Also Be Deadly When Driving

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December 23rd, 2021

The state of Connecticut recently passed legislation that allows those over the age of 21 to possess and use marijuana recreationally.  The new law has safeguards in it to help law enforcement with preventing the use of marijuana by a vehicle operator who then gets behind the wheel to drive.   The month of December is … Keep reading…

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