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What To Tell Your ER’s Triage Nurse

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December 8th, 2019

If you’ve ever visited a hospital’s emergency room you’ve spoken to a triage nurse, but you may not be aware of how he or she affects how the patients are seen and treated by doctors. When you arrive at the ER, you will register. After a short wait (hopefully) you will then be called to … Keep reading…

Ways A Connecticut Doctor Could Commit Medical Malpractice

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December 5th, 2019

Connecticut law defines medical malpractice as a deviation from the standard of care that causes permanent injury, including death, to the patient. These injuries can include anything from amputations, brain injuries, delayed diagnosis, and birth injuries. Amputations – if you or a loved one required the amputation of a limb, medical malpractice may be the … Keep reading…

Causes of Connecticut Tire Blow-Out Truck Accidents

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December 2nd, 2019

Many licensed drivers have likely experienced a flat tire in their driving career. Although it can be unsettling to hear and feel the air suddenly rush out of a tire, most drivers are able to safely pull their vehicle to the side of the road. A tire blowout – when a tire does not deflate … Keep reading…

Connecticut Truck Accidents: Common Underride Accident Injuries

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November 29th, 2019

Underride accidents are a type of Connecticut truck accident than can leave a devastating impact on drivers and their families. An underride accident occurs when a passenger vehicle ends up underneath the large commercial truck.  Injuries from this type of accident are catastrophic and can include loss of life. If the accident does not include … Keep reading…

Connecticut Truck Accident: What Is An Underride Accident?

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November 26th, 2019

Connecticut truck accidents can be caused by a variety of factors: too heavy a load, an insufficiently rested driver, improper maintenance of the rig, among others. Truck accidents of all types occur on Connecticut roadways, but one type that usually results in devastating injuries, including death, is an underride accident. An underride accident occurs when … Keep reading…

Connecticut Truck Accidents & Wet Roadways

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November 23rd, 2019

During the autumn months, the heavy rain that falls can make the roads slick, which makes it more difficult for vehicles to stop quickly. This is particularly true for large, heavy commercial trucks.  When roads are wet, there is an increased risk of hydroplaning. This makes it more difficult for motorists to maintain control of … Keep reading…

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