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Avoid A Connecticut Auto Accident & These 3 Distraction Types

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February 2nd, 2020

When was the last time you were driving and saw every other driver on the road attentive and solely focused on safe driving? It seems like everyone is distracted everywhere we look. For most, the term “distracted driving” is associated with texting, however, there are other types of distractions. Visual Distractions. Drivers who take their … Keep reading…

What Happens If You Slip & Fall At Someone’s Home?

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January 30th, 2020

You are at your friend’s or neighbor’s home watching a football game or attending a party, and at some point during the day, you trip over a rug, fall down stairs, or slip on a wet patch on the deck. Not only are you a bit sore from the fall, but your injuries send you … Keep reading…

Connecticut Slip & Fall Dangers For Seniors

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January 27th, 2020

Slips and falls can endanger everyone, they are particularly dangerous for seniors. It is so dangerous that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) predicts that if falls continue at this pace, then by the year 2030, seven people will die each hour from a fall-related injury. Falls for seniors are serious:  20% of falls result … Keep reading…

Avoiding a Connecticut Auto Accident During a Long-Distance Winter Trip

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January 24th, 2020

Whether you are driving from Connecticut to Northern New England or farther down south, winter weather conditions can make the ride very, very stressful. Winter weather can also contribute to Connecticut auto accidents. Following these long distance winter driving tips could help keep you safe, Get your vehicle inspected before a long trip to avoid … Keep reading…

Connecticut Slip & Fall Accident: Watch Your Step

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January 24th, 2020

In Connecticut, you never know how the weather will affect your daily routine.  As fall turns to winter, rain can quickly transition to ice or snow and make slippery surfaces very difficult to navigate. Sometimes, no matter how careful you are, a small patch of ice or snow can put you at risk of significant … Keep reading…

Preventing a Connecticut Truck Accident This Winter

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January 20th, 2020

There is no denying Connecticut has some extreme temperatures; from hazy, hot, and humid summers, to biting and extremely cold winters, rainy seasons, and everything in between. Snow and ice can wreak havoc on traffic and cause serious problems for motorists. Truck drivers need to be extra cautious due to the size and volume of … Keep reading…

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