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8 Tips for Driving in Rainy Weather

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April 20th, 2019

Now that the rainy spring weather is in full-swing, it’s important to take extra precautions when traveling in wet, stormy weather. When traveling Connecticut roadways in the rain, stay toward the middle lane. Roadways are crowned and water tends to pool in the outer lanes. Use headlights in rainy, gloomy, foggy and overcast conditions. Not … Keep reading…

Opioids Can Play A Role In Connecticut Auto Accidents

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April 17th, 2019

Prescription opioid drug use is an epidemic here in Connecticut and new research finds that they may be the cause of some fatal two-car auto accidents. Drivers veering out of their lanes was found to be the most common cause of fatal car crashes regardless of opioid involvement. Data was analyzed from over 18,000 two-car … Keep reading…

Connecticut Helmet Law Review For Safety

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April 14th, 2019

Spring is definitely here and a great time to review Connecticut helmet and safety laws for cyclists. Connecticut motorcycle accidents and Connecticut bicycle accidents do happen and it is important to understand safety laws to avoid injury and a citation. Motorcycle Helmet Laws Motorcycle operators over the age of 18 years are not required to … Keep reading…

Children And Dog Bite Injuries, What The Law Says

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April 11th, 2019

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), one in five people who are bitten by a dog will require medical treatment. There are laws in place that protect dog owners from people who are tormenting their dogs and get bitten. However, there are exceptions made for children. If your child is under the age … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accident: Spring Brings New Driving Hazards

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April 8th, 2019

The cold winter weather will release its icy grip on Connecticut soon, and warm spring weather will makes its way in as leaves grow back on trees and animals re-emerge from winter hideouts. There are also dangers that present for drivers, motorcyclists, and pedestrians that use Connecticut roads. Wear and Tear Winter wreaks havoc on … Keep reading…

Connecticut Personal Injury: When Foul Balls Run Afoul

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April 5th, 2019

A woman was struck by a foul ball at Dodger Stadium last August and four days later succumbed to her injuries. The official cause of death, as ruled by the Los Angeles County Coroner, was an intracranial hemorrhage from a baseball. Here are some safety precautions you can take if you plan on attending a … Keep reading…

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