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Why Were Traffic Fatalities At A 13 Year High Last Year?

July 8th, 2021

While many of us were at home during quarantine due to COVID-19 restrictions, the roads were not nearly as busy, so you might assume that there were not as many accidents that led to fatalities.  Unfortunately, your assumption would be wrong. In fact, last year was the deadliest year for drivers since 2007.  The National … Keep reading…

Keep Yourself Safe When Visiting Our Beautiful State Parks

July 6th, 2021

Cities and towns often provide resources for residents to enjoy the parks in their communities and other amenities for people to enjoy. Parks can vary in amenities offered and can provide great fun in many different ways.  However, they can also present safety issues in a variety of ways.  Below we will look at some … Keep reading…

‌A Return To Backyard BBQs Safely

July 2nd, 2021

In a call to gather, everyone is ready to get back together again and spend quality time with loved ones celebrating the fact that our country is back on track after a long year and a half battle with COVID-19.   Celebrations throughout our state will be had to welcome long overdue visits from family members … Keep reading…

Consumer Reports Ranks The Best Cars For Teen Drivers

June 28th, 2021

Teen drivers are often at the greatest risk of getting into a Connecticut auto accident.  Teens are susceptible to driving faster and in a riskier way than drivers over the age of 20 because they are often immature and inexperienced.  Even as these factors play a part in how safe a teen driver is, it … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accident: Here’s What To Do If You Witness A Hit-and-Run

June 24th, 2021

A 35-year old woman in Waterbury recently turned herself in after hitting a pedestrian and then running from the scene of the accident.  The pedestrian suffered severe injuries and the woman is facing steep criminal charges.   Sadly, these types of Connecticut auto accidents are all too common and can lead to serious injury or death … Keep reading…

Keep Your Kids Safe At The Pool This Summer

June 18th, 2021

Warmer temperatures bring more chances to head to the pool and go for a swim to cool off.  What better way to do it than with a nice dip at your community pool.  As any parent knows though, there are some serious chances for Connecticut personal injuries at a pool. Keeping your kids safe at … Keep reading…

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