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A Bad Outcome Does Not Always Constitute Connecticut Medical Malpractice

March 4th, 2021

If you or a loved one are headed in for surgery there are risks you will be made aware of by your medical team.  With every surgery there are risks that can occur which may be serious and leave you with a result you are not expecting.  When you are notified of these risks you … Keep reading…

5 Things You Can Do Today To Prevent A Connecticut Auto Accident

March 2nd, 2021

Heading out on the road can become a pretty mundane thing.  We drive around town and on highways pretty much everyday and so it becomes so routine that we often let our muscle memory take over which can be dangerous and can lead to a Connecticut auto accident. When muscle memory takes over that is … Keep reading…

4 Tips For Avoiding A Connecticut Motorcycle Accident In The Winter

February 28th, 2021

While many motorcycle riders generally decide to leave their bikes parked safely in their garages for the winter months here in Connecticut, some just can’t resist the open road.  The good news is that driving safely in the winter months can be done as long as you are taking the proper precautions to avoid a … Keep reading…

Preliminary Numbers Show Sharp Increase In Pedestrian Related Deaths In Connecticut

February 25th, 2021

With the pandemic and many people on lockdown Connecticut roads were significantly quieter in 2020 then they had been in any previous years.  However, with that there was an increase in pedestrian traffic from walkers, bikers, runners, and more.  With more pedestrians out and about you may expect the number of Connecticut pedestrian accidents to … Keep reading…

The 13th Highest Number Of Nonfatal Emergency Room Injuries Come From Dog Bites

February 24th, 2021

In a recent study by the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) it was reported that among all nonfatal emergency room visits between 2005-2018 (the most recent year statistics are available) the 13th leading reason for a visit to the emergency room was dog bites.   The study looked at statistics nationally and in New … Keep reading…

Keep Yourself Safe And Avoid A Connecticut Bike Accident With These Tips

February 22nd, 2021

While the winter months are not your typical time to be headed out on your bike, this year may be a little different.   Even in cold temperatures more and more people are out riding bikes than ever before due to having limited indoor options.  Getting out and about is a necessity for most in … Keep reading…

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