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June 2015 Archives

Two separate Connecticut motorcycle crashes injure three

Connecticut drivers know they need to share the road with motorcycles. These lightweight vehicles are exposed to the elements and are vulnerable to larger and heavier vehicles such as cars and trucks. Two recent motorcycle accidents in West Hartford illustrate the risk that motorcyclists face on a daily basis.

How Connecticut drivers can share the road with motorcycles

Most Connecticut motorists understand that automobiles and motorcycles are very different vehicles. There is no way that a car can be driven like a motorcycle and vice versa. But even with this difference, it's important to remember that motorcyclists are just like other drivers in that they are trying to get to their destinations safely. So here are a few basic tips on how motorists can safely share the road with motorcycles.

What are the leading causes of traumatic brain injury?

Most Connecticut residents know that a traumatic brain injury can sometimes turn into a life-changing event. There are different levels of TBI, from mild to severe. More severe TBIs require intense levels of treatment and therapy. According to CDC statistics, TBIs contribute to about 30% of all injury-related deaths in the United States. Many people who manage to survive a TBI still spend the rest of their lives recovering from this trauma. But what are the main causes of TBI? And does every head injury result in a TBI?

Steps to take in order to help prevent a dog bite

Most Connecticut dog owners treat their pets like one of the family. But even the best behaved dog is still capable of biting a human being. It may perceive a person's action as a threat to its human family or it may feel threatened itself by an unfamiliar human. Dog bites are a very real threat to people and dog owners need to recognize that their pets are a potential liability issue. So here are some basic tips to help prevent dog bites.

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