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Connecticut Auto Accidents vs. Connecticut Truck Accidents: 3 Differences

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October 29th, 2019

Connecticut auto accidents and Connecticut truck accidents are similar in that they can leave victims injured and unsure of how to proceed. Their differences, however, are what informs your attorney on how to approach your case.  Liability. In most cases, when someone is in a car accident, the claim is filed against one person, usually … Keep reading…

Connecticut Truck Accidents: Exploding Tires & Debris

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October 26th, 2019

It’s an all too common site along Connecticut’s Interstate highways: frayed tire debris. You can see it on the side of the road, and sometimes, right in the middle of lanes. Aside from truck driver error or a dangerous encounter, tire blowouts can cause Connecticut auto accidents. These large commercial trucks range anywhere from 10,000 … Keep reading…

Connecticut Truck Accident: 3 Obstacles Commonly Faced

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October 23rd, 2019

A Connecticut truck accident can be devastating physically, emotionally, as well as financially. Because of the size and weight of a truck, these types of accidents can cause serious and significant injuries, including death. You or your loved one might be dealing with on-going therapies, medical bills, and more. Below are some additional obstacles you … Keep reading…

Connecticut Motorcycle Accidents: Avoid An Accident This Fall

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October 20th, 2019

Autumn in Connecticut is one of the most beautiful times in our state. With fall weather in full swing, more and more motorcyclists will be out on the road. This means more motorcycle passengers. Motorcyclists should be experienced riders before taking on a passenger. It you are ever invited to be a passenger, follow these … Keep reading…

Connecticut Truck Accident: What Is Interstate vs. Intrastate Trucking?

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October 17th, 2019

The terms interstate and intrastate are often mistakenly used interchangeably when referring to the trucking industry. However, they have very different meanings, especially when it comes to your Connecticut truck accident. Interstate trucking refers to shipments originating from one state which are destined for another. During the shipment, the commercial vehicle will cross state lines; … Keep reading…

5 Common Injuries From A Connecticut Truck Accident

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October 14th, 2019

No one wants to be involved in a Connecticut truck accident. Their size alone causes injuries ranging from cuts and bruises to wrongful death. Below are five types of injuries common in truck accidents.  Shoulder injuries. The most common shoulder injuries are a fractured clavicle, dislocated shoulder, and torn rotator cuff. Shoulder injuries can be … Keep reading…

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