Car Accidents

Who Is Liable for a Drunk Driving Accident?

Posted On January 17, 2022 In Car Accidents
Nearly one-quarter of car accident fatalities in Connecticut in 2020 involved drinking and driving. As such, driving under the influence is the single-largest cause of deadly crashes in the state, resulting in 74 deaths in 2020 alone. Drunk driving upends people’s lives. Victims of accidents caused by drunk drivers may suffer severe, life-altering injuries....

What Does Neck Pain Mean After a Car Accident?

Posted On November 3, 2021 In Car Accidents
The neck is one of the areas most vulnerable to injury in a car accident. Neck pain and loss of mobility in the neck can persist for weeks, months, or even longer after a crash, significantly impacting your quality of life. Victims may not start to experience neck pain until a day or more...

What Are the Dangers of Speeding?

Posted On October 12, 2021 In Car Accidents
Speeding is a pervasive problem on the roads of Connecticut and throughout the country. In addition to the inherent dangers of excess speed (more on that below), driving faster than the speed limit is frequently a factor in serious accidents involving drunk driving, distracted driving, and aggressive driving. A car accident lawyer can assess...

What to Do If You Are Rear-Ended

Posted On October 5, 2021 In Car Accidents
Rear-end collisions are among the most common types of accidents involving motor vehicles. The consequences of a driver hitting you from behind can vary in seriousness from a fender-bender to a life-altering crash. In the aftermath of a rear-end accident, you will ideally be able to take steps at the scene to prove your...

How Aggressive Driving Leads to Car Accidents

Posted On June 21, 2021 In Car Accidents
Driving carelessly increases the risk of an accident. Although many different behaviors behind the wheel can increase the risk of a collision, aggressive driving is one of the most dangerous. Aggressive drivers ignore the rules of the road, endangering themselves, their passengers, and others in the process. In extreme cases, aggressive driving can give...

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