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Soft Tissue Injuries That May Result In A Long Term Injury

March 29th, 2021

In the event of a Connecticut auto accident the involved parties may find themselves with no broken bones, but that does not mean that they are not injured.  Injuries resulting from an accident may not always involve broken bones, in fact, many injuries involve soft tissue issues.  While insurance companies often look at these injuries … Keep reading…

Three Things You Can Do To Minimize The Risk Of Connecticut Medical Malpractice

March 23rd, 2021

When you are in need of medical attention there is always a risk of Connecticut medical malpractice.  These risks are not always known and are often out of your control, but that is not always the case.  When you are expecting a medical procedure you can take some actions that will help keep you safe … Keep reading…

Three Tips To Keep The Senior In Your Life Safe From A Connecticut Pedestrian Accident

March 17th, 2021

According to statistics compiled by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) seniors are the most likely group to be killed in a pedestrian accident.  In fact, men who are 80 years of age or older have the highest fatality rate of any other group when involved in a pedestrian accident.  This group of seniors … Keep reading…

COVID-19 Related Anxiety May Lead To Distracted Driving

March 12th, 2021

As each day passes and more good news begins to develop around COVID-19 and vaccinations our collective anxieties are decreasing, but it is still there.  Anxiety due to the pandemic is very real and can be distracting when you’re driving.  Distracted driving can be a devastating cause of a Connecticut auto accident.   If you’re experiencing … Keep reading…

Driving With Your Pet May Cause A Connecticut Auto Accident

March 12th, 2021

When you are driving there a myriad of dangerous distractions that could lead you to a Connecticut auto accident.  These distractions are out of your control and need to be met with attention as you navigate a safe trip.  It is with this in mind that it is critical for you to avoid introducing any … Keep reading…

As Spring Blooms, Here Are Five Tips To Avoid A Connecticut Bike Accident

March 8th, 2021

After a long, cold, and snowy winter, cyclists are excited to get back on their bikes and head out for a refreshing spring ride.  As the snow banks melt away and the roads become clear again bike riding will once again become a favorite pastime of many.   With higher bike traffic there are likely going … Keep reading…

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