Connecticut Drivers 2nd Worst, According To Study
Traveling down I-95, I-91, I-84, or the Merritt? Connecticut auto accidents may happen more often according to a new study by AAA that shows Connecticut drivers are the second worst in the nation. With over 80 auto accident fatalities already, 2017 is tracking higher than last year.
As the 49th most unsafe state for drivers, those in Connecticut that use the roadways face a different culture of driver. Distracted driving, mobile devices, and the opioid epidemic here in the state have contributed to this ranking, according to the AAA report.
If you or your loved one are ever in a Connecticut auto accident, please do the following:
- Seek medical attention and/or help right after your accident. There are occasions when pain surfaces days or even weeks after an accident. You will want all pain and injuries documented from the accident.
- Make sure there is a filed report for your Connecticut auto accident.
- Call an experienced attorney like those at McEnery Price Messey & Sullivan. Our team has been helping Connecticut’s injured protect their interests. Contact the firm for a free consultation