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January 2020 Archives

NIOSH recommendations to protect workers on construction sites

Workers in Connecticut may be protected under new laws released by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. The aim of these regulations is to better protect indoor environmental quality during renovation and construction.

Despite benefits, red light camera use wanes

Connecticut residents should be aware that red light-running crashes are leading to more and fatalities. There was a 17% increase in such fatalities between 2012 and 2018, and incidentally, that same period saw a decline in the number of communities with red light camera systems from 533 to 421. The benefits of red light cameras are well-known, so it is clear that their decline is at least one factor in the increase.

Volvo to manufacture tech for intervening to stop drunk driving

Every year in Connecticut and across the U.S., an average of 11,000 people die in crashes relating to drunk driving, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. By contrast, about 500 people die in crashes relating to phone use behind the wheel. For a century now, drunk and drugged driving has been the number one cause of car accident fatalities in this country. Technology is slowly doing something about this.

Car accidents, personal injury claims, and depositions

In a personal injury lawsuit, knowledge is power. So, before engaging in any type of settlement negotiation or initiating any type of litigation, a car accident victim needs to make sure that he or she knows and understands all of the relevant facts that may come into play. One of the worst things that can happen during the course of pursing a legal claim is to be taken by surprise.

Driving while impaired by marijuana becoming more common

It's no secret that marijuana is becoming more acceptable in society. A number of states have legalized the drug's use for medical purposes, and a few have even taken the step of legalizing its recreational use. While many people believe that marijuana is just as safe, if not safer, than alcohol, the reality is that it can pose certain safety risks that can be quite dangerous.

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