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After being involved in a bicycle accident in Connecticut, you may not know what steps to take as you recover. Because some injuries have the potential to be long-lasting, it is important to pay close attention to the recovery process. Some basic guidelines can help make the process easier. While some bikers may want to...
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As the weather turns colder in Connecticut, we begin to see an increase in the number of slips, trips, and falls. Slip and fall accidents can be the cause of life altering serious injuries and even death. According to the National Safety Council, falls are now the leading cause of fatal and non fatal injuries...
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  Rideshare companies Uber and Lyft have made travel more convenient than ever before. But what happens if you are injured in a car accident as a rideshare passenger? Like other Connecticut car accidents, passengers in a rideshare accident should follow the same procedures. Call 911, seek medical treatment, and document as much information regarding...
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Pool Injury Lawyer – Premise Liability When You’re Injured at a Pool Its summer time in New England and that means swimming pools and pool parties. Backyard swimming pools provide hours of entertainment and fun, but there are dangers associated with this fun. Drowning, traumatic brain injury, back and neck sprain are some of the...
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Unsafe lane changes can cause serious accidents resulting in serious injuries! An unsafe lane change is a Connecticut statute that states on multiple lane highways one must travel in a single lane until it is determined safe to switch lanes. Connecticut highways make this very easy for us by having designated passing lanes, and slow...
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Car accidents cause numerous bodily injuries. One injury that is often overlooked in the initial medical evaluation after a car accident is a loss of vision. Few medical professionals in healthcare facilities, including head trauma rehabilitation centers, are sufficiently aware of visual problems resulting from Traumatic Brain Injury. When two cars collide, the force causes...
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If you have been in a car accident on a Connecticut Highway you need your accident report. However, obtaining that report is not as easy as obtaining a local town police report. Connecticut has three major highways. Interstate 85, 91, and 95. These highways are patrolled by the state police. If you have an accident...
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distracted driving car accidents
You may think that most of the fatal car accidents which occur in Connecticut involve multiple cars. However, crashes involving one vehicle can be fatal, and this includes fixed object collisions. A previous blog listed many of the factors behind these incidents. Today’s blog will discuss why these accidents can be deadly. The way a...
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Most consequences of a car accident can be seen immediately, such as the denting of metal or a laceration on someone’s skin, but lingering health may exist. Typically, when people think of car accident injuries that last for years, they think of whiplash or broken bones. Not too many people will think a torn rotator...
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