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Connecticut Attorneys Discuss Broken Bones Caused by Auto Accidents

Broken bones are common injuries in car accidents. They can range from small cracks or simple bone fractures to serious compound fractures – some of which can puncture internal organs. Broken bones are often caused by high-impact trauma and often occur in: T-bone accidents Head-on collisions Lane-departure accidents Rollover accidents High-impact rear-end accidents Crash victims...

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The Best Ways to Avoid the Underestimated Dangers of Tire Defects

Road safety advocates place a great deal of emphasis on the dangers of texting and driving – and for good reason. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), roughly 3,450 traffic fatalities in 2016 were caused by distracted driving. Smartphone use is only one piece of the puzzle. Additional NHTSA data shows that traffic fatalities involving cellphone-distraction have never surpassed...

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Massachusetts Attorney Discusses Dangerous Winter Driving Conditions

When winter weather strikes, it can be a real doozy for Massachusetts drivers – especially for those who aren’t prepared for a slower commute. Even prior to the official start of the winter season, drivers were taken by surprise when a massive November snowstorm dumped as much as nine inches of heavy, wet snow across our state. It resulted...

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Local Community Works to Curb Pedestrian Accidents: Connecticut Attorneys Discuss

We hear about it all the time: pedestrians being hit by cars while crossing the street in Hartford. According to 2015 and 2016 data collected by the Census American Community Surveys, Hartford ranks number eight among the top 10 cities in the United States with the highest number of households without access to cars. That means an average of 31.5 percent of households...

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The Importance of a Police Report After an Auto Accident, Connecticut Attorneys Discuss

Nobody plans to be involved in an auto accident when traveling on Connecticut roads. But when they happen, Connecticut car accidents can be overwhelming for all parties involved. The process of filing a claim, especially if you have sustained an injury, can be complex and confusing.   However, one of the key components to pursuing compensation after an auto accident is the police report. That’s...

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Can Diminished Headlights Contribute to a Crash? Massachusetts Attorney Explains

During the winter time, as we reach peak nighttime hours, drivers will spend more time navigating Massachusetts roads in the dark.   According to the National Safety Council (NSC) nighttime driving can be especially dangerous due to limited visibility. On average, drivers can only see up to 250 feet when using standard headlights during nighttime hours. When high-beams are activated, the...

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Head-on Collisions on Connecticut Roads: An Attorney Discusses

It’s common for drivers to exceed the posted speed limit in Connecticut, especially on roads not separated by median strips. As a result, these are the types of roads where head-on collisions occur the most. While these accidents are typically rare, they can result in the most severe and life-threatening injuries to all parties involved....

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What Are The Most Common Holiday Driving Hazards? A Massachusetts Attorney Explains

The holiday season is upon us. It’s a time for celebrating with friends and family, exchanging gifts and making resolutions. It’s also a time when the roads can become extremely dangerous. Unfortunately, some people make reckless decisions and choose to drive after having too much to drink. A drunk driver who causes a fatal car...

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High Tech Can’t Replace Common Sense for Connecticut Drivers

Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS), high-tech auto safety features designed to help keep drivers safe, include lane departure warning systems, blind spot monitoring systems and backup cameras. These systems have shown to be so effective that some now come standard on all new car models.   However, drivers often take these systems for granted. A recent article published by AAA showed that as many...

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