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Your attorney can guide you through a wrongful death claim

You were on your way to meet your husband when you received a phone call from a strange number. You pulled over to take the call, and you were glad you did. No sooner than you heard that it was the hospital calling did you begin to panic. You knew the news was bad, and by the end of the conversation, you were devastated to know that your husband had died.

Motorcyclist ends up in hospital after collision in Connecticut

Driving a motorcycle is dangerous even at the best of times, which is why it's so important for motorcyclists to pay attention to what's happening around them. When a motorcyclist is hit, there's a much higher chance that they'll be hurt or killed compared to other passenger-vehicle drivers. This is especially true when more than one vehicle is involved.

If you're involved in a drunk driving accident, you need support

Drunk driving crashes are devastating. The driver might have been asleep behind the wheel, failed to react to vehicles slowing down ahead or traffic signals telling them to stop. The driver might have suddenly swerved into the other lane or may have missed a stop sign and entered into a busy intersection.

Hit by a car or truck? You should know your rights

When you enter a crosswalk and have a WALK signal, you're in the right. You have the right of way and should not have to worry about being struck. Vehicles approaching should slow and stop, and drivers shouldn't continue on until they see that you've safely crossed the road.

What types of distractions can lead to an intersection crash?

Research compiled by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration in 2009 showed that driving errors accounted for 90% of all crashes. It's unlikely that such a statistic has changed much in the past 10 years. We still have a problem with motorists driving while intoxicated, drowsy or distracted here in Connecticut. All of this can impair a motorist's ability to adequately react to other vehicles when merging and passing them. This can result in crashes.

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