4 Ways to Keep Kids Safe at the Playground

With the dog days of summer upon us and the on-going COVID-19 virus, kids and adults alike are always looking for ways to release some energy. The question is, is the playground you are bringing your kids to safe? Here is what to check to make sure that your children are safe both at home … Keep reading…

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4 Ways You Can Get Injured At A Swimming Pool This Summer

Summer is in full swing and during the COVID-19 pandemic you may be feeling limited to your choices for cooling off and recreation this summer. Typically, you might go to your local beach to cool off in the ocean. This year, however, you may be feeling more cautious of large gatherings. Instead, your friend or … Keep reading…

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4 Summer Activities That Can Result In Personal Injury Claims

We are mid-summer and Connecticut residents are out and about enjoying the beautiful weather. When you make your plans, remember to be careful as many popular activities can be dangerous. If you are injured in one of the following summertime activities, be sure to consult with an experienced attorney to see if you might be … Keep reading…

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‘Move Over’ To Avoid A Connecticut Auto Accident

All Connecticut motorists (and even those who are just passing through) have traveled along the road and have seen emergency vehicles helping others. Recently, a driver lost control of their vehicle and a tow truck worker was killed on the side of the Merritt Parkway. Did you know that it is mandatory that you move … Keep reading…

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6 Ways You Can Support Your Friends And Family Who Work At A Connecticut Healthcare Facility

These are rather extraordinary times we are in. COVID-19 and executive orders put in place by our federal, state, and local governments are a change for us to curb the spread of this virus. Some workers are deemed essential including those who work in healthcare. Here are six ways you can help them. Stay home. … Keep reading…

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Connecticut Residents: Texting And Walking Is The Most Dangerous Pedestrian Activity

After this winter, Connecticut residents are relishing in the warming temperatures that come with springtime. This means folks are getting outdoors and walking around. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, pedestrians are one of the few groups of road users to have experienced a fatality increase in the last several years. Additional research … Keep reading…

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Connecticut Personal Injuries & Types of Head Trauma

Head injuries can lead to mental impairment, permanent disability, and even death. Even mild head injuries have been proven to lead to numerous serious and lifelong consequences. Some of the most common types of head and brain injuries are: Concussion – When the head sustains trauma due to sudden movement or impact, causing the brain … Keep reading…

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Connecticut Motorcycle Accidents: Avoid An Accident This Fall

Autumn in Connecticut is one of the most beautiful times in our state. With fall weather in full swing, more and more motorcyclists will be out on the road. This means more motorcycle passengers. Motorcyclists should be experienced riders before taking on a passenger. It you are ever invited to be a passenger, follow these … Keep reading…

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Back to School Safety Tips To Prevent Personal Injury

Children across Connecticut will be heading back to school in the coming weeks. It is important to speak with them about how to stay safe getting to school and it’s important to take necessary precautions as a motorist, and to share the road with school buses, pedestrians and bicyclists. From little ones with heavy backpacks … Keep reading…

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Nearly 6,300 Connecticut Youth Suffered Concussions Last School Year

The Connecticut Department of Education released concussion statistics for the 2017-18 school year. Nearly 6,300 students ranging from pre-kindergarten to 12th graders were included in this data. A concussion is caused by a jolt, bump or blow to the head that causes the brain to twist or bounce around in the skull. This type of … Keep reading…

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