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Connecticut Drivers Know Their Driving Is Risky, But Do It Anyway

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August 11th, 2020

Distracted driving and speeding are problems on Connecticut roadways and no doubt a cause of Connecticut auto accidents. Even after three months at home, drivers are still engaging in driving that is risky, according to data from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Drivers know what behaviors are risky, but admit to engaging in this … Keep reading…

Connecticut Dog Bites Against US Postal Workers Are On The Decline

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August 8th, 2020

Connecticut dog bite injuries amongst U.S. Postal workers are on a downward trend. With more Connecticut residents shopping online, postal workers are delivering more packages and are coming into contact with more of our canine family members. This news is encouraging. In 2019, there were just over 5,800 attacks nationwide. The USPS defines a dog … Keep reading…

What Can Cause A Connecticut Truck Accident?

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August 5th, 2020

Summer travel, especially as our state begins to open up in this time of COVID-19, may look a little different. The Connecticut State Police have reported more fatalities despite fewer vehicles on the roadways. Large commercial trucks, however, have and will always be on our roadways.  Truckers are operating vehicles that are so much heavier … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Elective Surgery Complications

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August 2nd, 2020

After several months of emergency and life-threatening surgical procedures allowed in hospitals, elective procedures are opening back up. Even with an elective surgery, like a joint replacement, complications after a surgery can be scary, life-threatening and the result of medical malpractice. In Connecticut, medical malpractice is a deviation from the standard of care that causes … Keep reading…

4 Ways You Can Get Injured At A Swimming Pool This Summer

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July 29th, 2020

Summer is in full swing and during the COVID-19 pandemic you may be feeling limited to your choices for cooling off and recreation this summer. Typically, you might go to your local beach to cool off in the ocean. This year, however, you may be feeling more cautious of large gatherings. Instead, your friend or … Keep reading…

4 Summer Activities That Can Result In Personal Injury Claims

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July 26th, 2020

We are mid-summer and Connecticut residents are out and about enjoying the beautiful weather. When you make your plans, remember to be careful as many popular activities can be dangerous. If you are injured in one of the following summertime activities, be sure to consult with an experienced attorney to see if you might be … Keep reading…

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