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Connecticut Auto Accident: What To Do If There Is Not Enough Coverage?

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February 23rd, 2019

When traveling along Connecticut roadways, we often take for granted that every motorist on the road has adequate insurance. After an auto accident the insurance companies work out who will take responsibility and then pay damages. Meanwhile, you are injured and receiving medical treatment and needing to get your car repaired or replaced. What if … Keep reading…

Documenting Evidence for a Slip and Fall Injury

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February 20th, 2019

If you were injured in a slip and fall accident, there are steps you can take to help preserve the evidence and build a strong case. The following can help you build the strongest case for your slip and fall case: Seek medical attention immediately. Whether it’s with your primary care physician or the emergency … Keep reading…

CT Auto Accidents: Tailgating

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February 17th, 2019

There are times when a slow driver in front can make us feel agitated. There are also times when we are the slow driver and cars are following us too closely. Tailgating is risky, dangerous, and can cause Connecticut auto accidents. The following are some tips to follow when you are being tailgated: Brake slowly. … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: Aggressive Driving vs. Road Rage

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February 14th, 2019

Our firm sees Connecticut auto accidents, and unfortunately injuries, of every variety. Accidents occur for many reasons, including aggressive driving and road rage. What is the difference? According to AAA, aggressive driving is when a driver tailgates, drives too fast, and does not follow traffic laws. Road rage is when a driver uses a vehicle … Keep reading…

Connecticut Hospital Negligence: Over Half of Hospital Infections Could Be Prevented

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February 11th, 2019

If you or a loved one anticipate a stay at a hospital, you may want to read this. A new study by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America found that 55% of hospital acquired infections (HAIs) could be prevented by the hospital implementing proven prevention strategies. Researchers looked at 144 cases from around the … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: Commuters Spending More Time In Vehicles

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February 8th, 2019

It seems like our days are getting longer and longer. New data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that commute times have increased in the last five years. Connecticut commuters spend an average of 26 minutes each way getting to work with the national average being 26.4 minutes. Longer drives to work can mean less … Keep reading…

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