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Is it safe to drive after using marijuana?

With more and more states, including Massachusetts, legalizing recreational use of marijuana, a growing number of drivers are wondering if it’s OK to get behind the wheel after using cannabis. Decades of research have helped guide laws related to alcohol and driving. Studies into the effects of driving under the influence of marijuana are limited...

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Connecticut pedestrian deaths increased 48% in 2020

Fewer people are driving during the pandemic, but the number of pedestrians getting killed continues to climb. According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, preliminary data from 2020 shows the number of pedestrian fatalities in Connecticut jumped by 48% from 2019 to 2020. There were 21 pedestrian fatalities between January and June 2019. During that...

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Dealing with trucking companies and their insurers

If you have been in a traffic accident involving a trucker in Massachusetts, the aftermath could add insult to your injuries because trucking companies are experienced at avoiding blame and costs after a crash. Protecting your interests begins at the accident scene. Here are some steps to preserve your rights: Immediately call law enforcement. The...

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CT seeks to beef up bicycle and pedestrian safety in 2021

Lawmakers are looking at 2021 as a year to make roads safer for pedestrians and bicycle riders after looking back at a deadly year. According to NBC Connecticut, at least 52 pedestrians and six cyclists died in Connecticut after getting hit by cars in 2021. In an effort to reduce these accidents, Connecticut lawmaker Rep. Roland...

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Vaping linked to higher respiratory disease risk in large U.S. study

Young adults face a dramatic increase in the risk of respiratory diseases when they use electronic cigarettes, commonly known as vaping, according to a major U.S. study. Researchers found they are more likely to develop asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and suffer other serious health issues. The study, "Association of Electronic Cigarette Use With...

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