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Three Behaviors A Parent Should Model To Prevent Their Teen From Getting Into A Connecticut Auto Accident

December 3rd, 2021

It may be hard to believe but the person that a teen driver is most likely to emulate behind the wheel is their parent.  While parents of teens may find this too incredible to believe, it is true and therefore our behaviors behind the wheel may be indicative of how the teenage drivers in our … Keep reading…

What Is Ambulance Negligence And When Might It Be Considered Connecticut Medical Malpractice?

December 1st, 2021

If you’ve ever found yourself in a position where you’ve needed the assistance of an EMT or a paramedic you may have also found yourself in an ambulance on the way to the hospital for medical attention.  Anytime you interact with medical professionals there is the possibility that a Connecticut medical malpractice incident may occur.  … Keep reading…

Auto Accident Deaths Soar In The 1st Half Of 2021

November 29th, 2021

In the first half of 2020 auto accident deaths rose even as traffic on roads decreased due to pandemic lockdowns.  As pandemic lockdowns eased in the first half of 2021 deaths from auto accidents increased at the most significant rate since the U.S. Department of Transportation began recording the statistics in 1975. As of the … Keep reading…

Work With Your Doctor To Avoid A Delayed Cancer Diagnosis

November 25th, 2021

The month of November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month.  These national month observations are intended to shine a light on various types of cancers to encourage you, as the patient, to be proactive with your health.  In many cases they work and people go get screened more frequently than they would in other months. A … Keep reading…

Bridgeport Hit and Run Shines A Brighter Light On Connecticut Pedestrian Accidents

November 23rd, 2021

A recent hit and run accident that occured at night in Bridgeport has city and state officials talking again on ways to curb the continued rise in Connecticut pedestrian accidents.  The victim of this hit and run was walking at night and not walking on a sidewalk, two things that are strongly discouraged by the … Keep reading…

Overturned Tractor Trailer On Milford Highlights Dangers Of Driving On The I-95 Corridor

November 19th, 2021

There are good parts and bad parts in living where we live.  Along one of the busiest sections of highway in the country, we are lucky enough to live within driving distance of major metropolitan areas like Boston, New York, and Providence.  With that comes the downside of increased through traffic by tractor trailer trucks. … Keep reading…

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