800-WIN-WIN1
19 Locations

Blog

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...

Read More »

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...

Read More »

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....

Read More »

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...

Read More »

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...

Read More »

The Dangers Of Riding In Faulty Passenger Vans

According to the Courier Journal, the dangers of the Ford E350 have been common knowledge since at least 2001. Multiple federal warnings about that model have been issued over the last two decades, schools are prohibited from using them to transport students, and many car insurance companies refuse to cover the E350s. Since 2001, 600 people have been...

Read More »

Traffic Fatalities Remain High Despite Better Safety Technology

From January to the end of June 2018, approximately 18,720 people died in traffic accidents in the United States. That is 2,436 more people than the capacity of the XL Center in Hartford.  From 2014 to 2016, the number of people killed in traffic accidents spiked from just over 35,000 to more than 40,000, according to the...

Read More »

Fatal Accidents at Red Lights on the Rise

There is a reason why traffic lights are installed at intersections throughout Connecticut. They keep traffic flowing smoothly and allow road users to navigate through intersections safely. However, some drivers don't feel the need to uphold their duty of care at traffic lights. Some drivers may speed up to avoid stopping when the light turns...

Read More »

Lax Oversight at Surgery Centers Puts Massachusetts Patients at Risk

Any patient who undergoes surgery assumes some risk of suffering an injury or illness due to an error, but we also expect surgeons and supporting medical providers to follow accepted standards of care to minimize that risk. However, a lack of guidelines and carelessness can result in a patient being seriously harmed. According to Patient...

Read More »