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March 2017 Archives

Nighttime truck accident on I-95 causes serious injuries

Driving down the Interstate during the middle of the night requires a person to pay particular attention to their surroundings. Not only must they be aware of obstacles on the road that might be obscured by darkness, but they have to be on the lookout for drowsy drivers who have been on the road too long and drunk drivers heading home after a night out. Unfortunately, nighttime accidents do occur for a variety of reasons that have the potential to be very serious.

Can a Connecticut wrongful death suit be filed at any time?

Imagine how devastating the unexpected death of a loved one can be. A person who was once an integral part of your life is suddenly ripped away from you. Moreover, if your loved one's death was due to the fault of another, your loss can be especially devastating. Unfortunately, this is the situation some people in Hartford have faced in the past or are currently facing.

Keep an eye out for motorcycles as we enter spring

Although the weather outside in Connecticut this week would seem to suggest otherwise, the clocks have been pushed forward, baseball is in full swing and spring is on the horizon. The inevitable warmer weather will undoubtedly invite more people outside, whether they are hiking, playing sports or firing up their motorcycles and hitting the streets.

National Brain Injury Awareness Month begins this March

Brain injuries have many sources. For example, many people in Hartford might suffer a traumatic brain injury in a car accident. A brain injury could also result from a sporting accident, such as a football or diving injury, or one could hit his or her head on the ground in a slip-and-fall accident. In the end, it is important to have an understanding about such injuries. To that end, March has been designated as National Brain Injury Awareness Month.

CT woman charged after motorcyclist's death, had prior DUIs

Motorcyclists are usually hyper-aware of their surroundings when they get on their bikes. This is because even the slightest of incidences can cause catastrophic injury to a motorcyclist. In comparison, motor-vehicle drivers do not face such a high risk of injury when involved in an accident. A group of motorcyclists got a big shock when they were driving down Connecticut's Route 63 in recent months.

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