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Will collecting my own evidence after a car accident help my claim?

It's not uncommon for people to rely exclusively on police reports for evidence after a crash. A police report tells an unbiased side of the story. It involves physical details that indicate how a crash occurs, the environmental factors involved, and the behaviors of and statements from concerned parties. If any citations are issued or...

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Insurance companies send refunds during lockdown

Most people are spending less time on the road as they follow state-at-home orders or advisories during the COVID-19 pandemic. Less driving means fewer accidents. Fewer accidents means insurance companies are not having to pay out as much in claims. Citing a significant drop in car accident claims, some insurers have been offering refunds to...

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What should I do after a multi-vehicle car accident?

Car accidents involving three or more vehicles often lead to serious injuries and complex insurance claims. In these types of crashes, large vehicles, like 18-wheelers or delivery trucks, might be involved. A multi-vehicle crash means your car might be struck several times, with each impact causing a separate injury to the driver and passengers. Sometimes a...

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Can vaping increase my chances of getting a serious COVID-19 lung illness?

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been spreading rapidly across the U.S. in recent weeks. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), older adults and people with underlying health conditions are the most at risk of suffering severe illness. Another group that is at risk isn't mentioned by the CDC, according to CNN. That's...

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Can an attorney help me if I lost a loved one in a crash?

Far too many good, responsible people lose their lives on Connecticut roads due to reckless drivers. These are mothers, fathers, grandparents, sons, and daughters. Some drivers fail to take other's lives into account when they use cellphones behind the wheel, exceed the speed limit, weave through traffic, or drive while impaired. State crash data shows...

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Study finds that impaired school bus drivers are putting children in danger

School buses are used to transport more than 25 million students each day across the United States. They are considered the safest way for children to get to school and extracurricular activities. Did you know that impaired driving is a safety concern for school bus drivers? It is, according to a recent study conducted by Stateline — a...

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Failure to clear snow and ice from vehicles endangers Connecticut drivers

After a snowstorm hits Connecticut, you likely see that some drivers clear only enough snow to see out of their windows and windshields — and they do so at the expense of others. Blowing snow can blindside other motorists, creating visibility problems and swerve risks. Sheets of hard, compact snow and ice can fly off...

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Several complaints made against e-cigarette company Juul due to vaping illnesses

San Francisco e-cigarette company Juul has been under fire after an upsurge of vaping-related lung illnesses swept the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this resulted in approximately 2,711 hospitalizations and sixty deaths as of January 21, 2020. An investigation into Juul continues, due to its marketing practices that targeted children...

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Are pedestrian and bicyclist crashes really 'accidents?'

For nearly a decade, the United States has been grappling with a growing epidemic of pedestrian deaths. According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, the number of pedestrian fatalities from 2010-2017 increased by nearly 39 percent. The numbers continued to climb in the years that followed. For example: in 2018, 6,227 pedestrians were killed in...

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