Connecticut Could Do More To Reduce Traffic Fatalities, Report Says

Friday, March 30th, 2018 by | Posted In: Auto Accidents
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The “Welcome to Connecticut” sign at the beginning of West Putnam Avenue, in the Byram section of Greenwich, bears the name of the new governor, Dannel P. Malloy of Stamford, on his first day in office, Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011.

Connecticut auto accident deaths have increased over the last decade hitting a peak in 2016 with 311 fatalities, according to the UConn Crash Data Depository. This follows a national upward trend.

A new study by the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety estimates $4.9 billion in economic costs from Connecticut auto accidents and says the state could do more.

The rise is attributed to the rapid increase in technology usage with teen drivers, pedestrians, and automobile technology.

If you or your loved one was injured in a Connecticut auto accident, contact our firm. Our team of experienced attorneys can help you navigate the claims process with the insurance company.

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