4 More Driving Tips to Avoid A Connecticut Auto Accident This Summer

A few days ago we shared with you some ways that the summer weather could affect your chances of getting into a Connecticut auto accident. Following the tips below could help you avoid a summer accident. Tire blowouts are common during the summer months. The air in your tires will expand and can cause uneven … Keep reading…

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4 Driving Tips To Prevent a Connecticut Auto Accident During Summer

Many people think winter is the most dangerous for motorists because of snowy and icy roads and low visibility. Summertime, however, can give you an easy, laid back feeling, but it is the most dangerous time to operate a vehicle. Avoid a Connecticut auto accident during the summer months by following the tips below. Summer … Keep reading…

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Avoid a Connecticut Auto Accident – Keep the Family Safe on Your Summer Road Trip

Connecticut schools will be dismissing in the coming weeks and many families will be hitting the road to start a summer vacation. Before your family heads out, take a few moments upfront to take prevention and planning measures. It may prevent a breakdown, or worse, a Connecticut auto accident. 1. Vehicle Checklist Wipers Tires Fluids … Keep reading…

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The 4 Most Dangerous Type of Auto Accidents

In 2018, 40,000 people were estimated to have lost their lives in auto accidents. Car accidents are a top cause of death in the United States and have massive destructive potential to both people and property. There are, however, a few accident types that are well known for their destruction. Pile Up Accidents. When multiple … Keep reading…

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5 Springtime Driving Conditions That Can Cause Connecticut Auto Accidents

Spring is a welcomed season in Connecticut. But springtime also ushers in seasonal driving challenges like wet pavement, motorcyclists, and foraging animals who’ve emerged from their winter shelters. Staying safe on the roads during the spring starts with a driver’s ability to identify the potential threats they’re up against. To help make your springtime commutes … Keep reading…

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4 Things You Should Do Before Renting a Car

If you are heading out on vacation or traveling for work and need to rent a car for your travel, there are a few things you should know first. Insurance. Call your current insurance provider and see if you are covered when operating a rental vehicle. Local traffic laws. If you are traveling outside of … Keep reading…

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Connecticut Auto Accident & Teenage Driver SmartPhone Apps

As we approach the 100 Deadliest Days, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day, newly licensed teen drivers are three times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash compared to licensed adults. Additionally, drivers ages 16-17 are 4.5 times more likely than those drivers who are over 18 years old to be … Keep reading…

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Traumatic Brain Injuries and Connecticut Auto Accidents

Connecticut car accident injuries can be quite serious, especially if you or a loved one sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly a third of all injury-related deaths in the United States are a result of TBIs. Injuries can range from “mild” to “severe.” Any hit, bump or … Keep reading…

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5 More Things Never To Say To An Adjuster

A few days ago we wrote about 5 things you should not say to the at-fault driver’s insurance adjuster. Here are 5 more things you should not say after you have been in an auto accident. Do not agree to a settlement. When you agree to a settlement, the other side will try to give … Keep reading…

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5 Things Never To Say To An Insurance Adjuster

Car accidents are a traumatic experience for those involved in them. You may still be in the hospital recovering from your injuries when you get a call from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. The adjuster may seem friendly, but they work for the insurance company of the person who hit you. When you are contacted … Keep reading…

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