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Five Tips To Keep You Safe While Walking In Cold Weather

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November 17th, 2021

As cool October days turn into cold November nights, going for your daily walk may become a little less safe than it was just a few short days ago. Unfortunately there are quite a few ways to get injured when you are out walking in the colder weather. Whether you find yourself with a Connecticut … Keep reading…

Black Ice Alert – How To Spot It And Avoid A Connecticut Slip And Fall Injury

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November 15th, 2021

It is that time of year again when the ground is starting to be moist in the morning and the cold temperatures have fallen just enough to form a slim layer of black ice on the sidewalks and roads that could lead to quite a few Connecticut slip and fall injuries. If you commute by … Keep reading…

Five Serious Connecticut Dog Bite Injuries That Could Happen

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November 11th, 2021

There is a reason they call them man’s best friend because dogs are such great companions, however they can be dangerous if they are put in compromising situations.  When dogs feel threatened or under duress they are much more likely to wind up in attack mode which could lead to some serious Connecticut dog bite … Keep reading…

10 Measures That May Help Prevent Connecticut Auto Accident Deaths

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November 8th, 2021

It has been reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that in the 1st quarter of 2021 deaths by auto accident rose a staggering 10.5% in the United States compared to the same time frame in 2020.   While there are many factors that led to this increase, the NHTSA has identified speeding, … Keep reading…

Bridgeport Hit and Run Shines A Brighter Light On Connecticut Pedestrian Accidents

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November 5th, 2021

A recent hit and run accident that occurred at night in Bridgeport has city and state officials talking again on ways to curb the continued rise in Connecticut pedestrian accidents. The victim of this hit and run was walking at night and not walking on a sidewalk, two things that are strongly discouraged by the National … Keep reading…

Auto Accident Deaths Continue To Spike In The First Quarter Of 2021

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November 4th, 2021

The United States Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has released preliminary statistics on the number of fatalities that resulted from an auto accident in the first quarter of 2021.   The numbers find a staggering increase in the number of fatalities year over year on U.S. roads.   According to the early … Keep reading…

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