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What to Do When You’re Injured in an Out-of-State Car Accident
Auto accident law is tricky under even the best circumstances. Your claim could be affected by a state’s fault/no-fault law, comparative fault, the statute of...
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A car has a dented rear bumper
The five most common causes of vehicular accidents are distracted driving, intoxicated driving, speeding, inclement weather, and ignoring traffic signals. Even these five causes, however,...
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Toy cars used to show a car accident scene.
If you have been seriously injured in a hit-and-run accident in Connecticut, it is important that you speak with a local attorney to learn about...
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A commercial truck colliding with a car
The general answer to the question of whether you should give a statement to the insurance company after a truck accident is “no.” Under the...
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Autonomous smart driverless car
37,133 Americans lost their lives to motor vehicle accidents in 2017, down from around 50,000 in 1980. According to the US Department of Transportation, 94...
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A commercial truck colliding with a car
From Stamford east on I-95 to the northernmost parts of I-91 and I-395, commercial truck accidents are a common occurrence throughout Connecticut. While large trucks...
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Car Accidents and Insurance Company Investigations: What You Need to Know
To protect yourself during the insurance company’s investigation after a car accident, you need to take certain proactive measures while also avoiding costly mistakes. As...
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Man involved in a car accident
Settling a car accident claim involves conducting an investigation, consulting with experts, reviewing insurance policies, calculating the amount of the settlement demand, dickering with the...
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Car accident
After a car accident in Connecticut, avoiding mistakes is critical to protecting your right to just compensation. This includes mistakes such as failing to seek...
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Accident caused by distracted driver.
A 2007 survey by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that over 15 percent of nighttime drivers tested positive for legal or illegal drugs....
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