Connecticut Auto Accident: Spring Brings New Driving Hazards

The cold winter weather will release its icy grip on Connecticut soon, and warm spring weather will makes its way in as leaves grow back on trees and animals re-emerge from winter hideouts. There are also dangers that present for drivers, motorcyclists, and pedestrians that use Connecticut roads. Wear and Tear Winter wreaks havoc on … Keep reading…

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Common Arm Injuries After A Connecticut Auto Accident

If you or a loved one was injured in a Connecticut auto accident, it may leave you feeling shaken and concerned for what might happen next. Your top priority should be making sure you are seeing your healthcare provider to get yourself on the road to recovering from your injuries. Arm injuries can hinder your … Keep reading…

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Winter Driving Tips To Avoid A Connecticut Auto Accident

Winter weather conditions can make any ride nerve-wracking whether you are driving on an Interstate highway, parkway, back road, or side street. Winter weather can also contribute to Connecticut auto accidents. Following these winter driving tips could help keep you safe: If you warm up your vehicle, be sure to do it in an open … Keep reading…

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Connecticut Auto Accident: What To Do If There Is Not Enough Coverage?

When traveling along Connecticut roadways, we often take for granted that every motorist on the road has adequate insurance. After an auto accident the insurance companies work out who will take responsibility and then pay damages. Meanwhile, you are injured and receiving medical treatment and needing to get your car repaired or replaced. What if … Keep reading…

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Can Driver Assisted Technology Be Trusted?

More and more technology is making its way into our cars and onto our roadways. Some technologies are proving to make driving safer and give promise to help drivers avoid Connecticut auto accidents.  However, a recent study by AAA found that certain technologies may be having an unintended consequence that could prove deadly. The study … Keep reading…

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CT Auto Accidents: Tailgating

There are times when a slow driver in front can make us feel agitated. There are also times when we are the slow driver and cars are following us too closely. Tailgating is risky, dangerous, and can cause Connecticut auto accidents. The following are some tips to follow when you are being tailgated: Brake slowly. … Keep reading…

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Common Knee Injuries In A Connecticut Auto Accident

Involvement in any kind of Connecticut auto accident often leaves people feeling shaken, overwhelmed, and unsure of what the future may hold. You may walk away from the accident with cuts, bruises, and/or more severe long-term injuries. Knee injuries are some of the most common injuries associated with auto accidents. Suffering from a knee injury … Keep reading…

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Connecticut Auto Accidents: What To Do If You Are Caught In A Pile-Up

Connecticut auto accidents happen every day. Even if you follow the rules of the road, accidents can still happen. Pile-up accidents can be quite damaging both in injuries as well as personal property. If you find yourself in a pile-up accident, consider this:  First things first, make sure you and the rest of your passengers … Keep reading…

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Connecticut Auto Accidents: Avoiding A Pile-Up This Winter

Has this ever happened to you? You’re driving through a snowstorm when you see a bunch of cars stopped ahead in the distance. You do the logical, responsible thing and slow down, but defensive driving isn’t enough. You slide over the same slick surface and collide into another vehicle. Mere moments later, another car hits … Keep reading…

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Connecticut Auto Accidents: Keep Ice & Snow Off Your Car – It’s the Law

The last thing you may want to do when you wake up on a wintry morning is fully clear the ice and snow from your vehicle, but it can have disastrous effects if you don’t. In a new study released, over 500 auto accidents nationally resulted in a fatality when debris flew off of a … Keep reading…

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