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Summertime sees more car accidents involving teen drivers

Getting their driver's license is a right of passage for many teenagers in Connecticut. After all, a driver's license gives them freedom to go to school, work or out with friends without having to rely on a ride from mom or dad. However, teens do not have the driving experience and maturity that older motorists do, and, thus, may be more prone to causing car accidents.

Connecticut trooper injured in auto accident

State troopers and other police personnel put themselves in jeopardy every day in Connecticut. For law enforcement officers who are injured on the job, the lost time at work and medical expenses can impact them just as they would anyone else. Help getting workers' compensation benefits is often needed to obtain the maximum amount while recovering.

Law providing PTSD workers' compensation closer to passage

Connecticut first responders place their lives in jeopardy to help others. Part of that is knowing they can be injured on the job, face medical expenses and lost time at work. While workers' compensation benefits are available to help them when they are recuperating and grant them coverage for medical care and wage loss if they are unable to return to work at all, there are some aspects of their work that are not covered under the law.

Ride share cars could have a negligent driver ignoring recalls

In Connecticut and across the nation, people have become accustomed to having a ride at the click of a button with ride-sharing services. These services are convenient, diminish the need to rely on public transportation and friends, and allow a person to multitask without the fear of being a danger to others when behind the wheel. What people might not realize, however, is that many of the vehicles driven for ride-sharing companies have outstanding recalls that the driver might not have addressed.

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