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5 Critical Questions To Ask Your Surgeon To Prevent Connecticut Medical Malpractice

November 10th, 2020

Any time you’re embarking on a journey down the road of surgery is a serious time in your medical history. Certainly some surgeries are more invasive and dangerous then others, but no matter the level of invasiveness it is still important to make sure you do your due diligence, ask the right questions, and make … Keep reading…

Recall Of Hyundai Vehicles At Risk Of Fire

November 8th, 2020

South Korean auto manufacturer Hyundai and affiliated manufacturer Kia have decided to recall over half a million vehicles due to the possibility of fire. There have been 15 reported cases where an engine has caught on fire which has led to the recall. The recalled vehicles include the following: Hyundai Santa Fe SUVs (from 2013 … Keep reading…

‌Five Statistics About Auto Accidents That Might Surprise You

November 5th, 2020

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) keeps a close eye on auto accident statistics to help inform the national conversation on safety on our roads. In the most recent statistics released recently the news is predominantly good.   The headline number is that there was a decline in auto accident deaths in 2018.  The number … Keep reading…

Protect Your Teen From A Connecticut Auto Accident With A Driving Agreement

November 2nd, 2020

Teen driving safety is of the utmost importance to parents. It can be one of the things that puts parents most on edge when their teen gets behind the wheel for the first time. The good news is that there is something that you can do to alleviate some of your anguish and that is … Keep reading…

AAA Study Shows Interference In Driving From Active Driving Assistance Systems

October 30th, 2020

You’ve seen the commercials ushering the future of driving with active driving assistance systems in many new cars. These types of systems will warn you if you are veering out of your lane or those that allow the car the ability to slow down or speed up without any action from the driver being necessary. … Keep reading…

Why You Should Take Photos Of Your Connecticut Slip And Fall Injury

October 27th, 2020

If you get into a situation where you’ve experienced a Connecticut slip and fall injury you may not be in the right frame of mind to pop back up and start snapping pictures of your fall. You may be embarrassed or worse you may be hurt.  However, taking photos of the accident is critical to … Keep reading…

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