Get Your Rest or You Are More Apt To Get Into a Connecticut Auto Accident
Busy commutes, busy families and busy schedules mean that we often do not get the proper amount of sleep recommended. But a new study conducted by AAA gives you a better reason to get your beauty sleep.
According to this report, drowsy driving is about as dangerous as drunk driving. The symptoms of drowsy driving include drifting across lanes of traffic, forgetting how many miles/where they have driven and difficulty keeping eyes open.
Sleep deprived individuals are at an increased risk of causing a Connecticut auto accident according the following:
- 1.3 times for six to seven hours of sleep.
- 1.9 times for five to six hours of sleep.
- 4.3 times for four to five hours of sleep.
- 11.5 times for less than four hours of sleep.
If you or your loved one were in a Connecticut auto accident and suspect the other driver was driving drowsy, call our office. Our team of experienced attorneys will help you navigate the claims process and protect your interests.