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If you've been in an accident with an uninsured motorist

While Connecticut law requires all motorists to carry liability car insurance, there are unfortunately many drivers who do not follow the law. Of course, just your luck, you happen to be involved in an accident with one of them.

Connecticut car crash causes serious injury to 3

The highways and interstates in this country allow people to efficiently travel from place to place. As a result of the amount of traffic, the roadways are in need of regular maintenance. Workers often employ several different methods of warning drivers that construction or maintenance is being completed. However, Connecticut police claim that one man missed the warnings that work was being completed, causing a car crash that seriously injured three people.

Car crash in Connecticut could result in wrongful death case

The death of a loved one often leads to emotional consequences that are far-reaching. When the death comes as a result of an unexpected car crash, the shock has the potential of making the emotional recovering even more difficult. Additionally, there are financial consequences as well. For those who have experienced the death of a loved one due to someone else's negligence, filing a wrongful death case in a civil court may be an option. The family of car crash victims in Connecticut may be considering that option.

Passenger seriously injured in Connecticut car accident

While some people view stop signs and other traffic signals as a nuisance, they are in place in order to save lives. Failure to follow such signals can easily result in serious injuries or death. A recent car accident in Connecticut demonstrates the importance of stop signs after a passenger in a van was seriously injured.

Car crash in Connecticut leads to serious injury

Advances in technology over the last 100 years have revolutionized the automobile industry. Such changes now allow people to travel longer distances more safely and in a shorter amount of time. Unfortunately, although driver and passenger safety has increased significantly, traveling by automobile is not completely without risk. Sometimes even the safest of drivers can fall victim to another person's alleged negligence. For example, a recent car crash in Connecticut has sent two people to the hospital.

Car crash in Connecticut seriously injures 2 pedestrians

Sidewalks are a wonderful way for cities to keep their pedestrians safe. Most people walking on one feel relatively safe from becoming involved in a car crash despite the traffic that may be going by. However, an unfortunate accident in Connecticut has left two female pedestrians with serious injuries after being struck by a car.

Connecticut man on scooter hit by truck

Connecticut traffic laws are enforced to keep drivers safe and secure. Each state has its own laws related to aspects of driving, so it's important to be familiar with how the rules apply in your home state. Drivers of motor vehicles in Connecticut and all over have a responsibility to share the road with all types of vehicles and to exercise a reasonable level of caution towards them.

Connecticut artist injured in car crash

With all the information available about the dangers of distracted driving or drinking and driving, it is easy to overlook that the vast majority of motorists take extreme caution when traveling. They carefully stow their cell phone so it is not a temptation while following all traffic rules and remaining vigilant at all times. However, even the most careful of drivers cannot anticipate the actions of the other motorists they encounter, which could leave them injured and worried about their financial future. One such car crash in Connecticut has left two men and a juvenile injured.

2 personal injury victims in Connecticut crash

When driving, vigilance is always important. The recent information in the media about the dangers of texting while driving have shown the driving world the detrimental effects of even a split second of distraction. While texting is a relatively new phenomenon, accidents have been caused by allegedly distracted drivers for years. An accident in Connecticut that may have been caused by a distracted driver, leaving in its wake two personal injury victims, is currently under investigation.

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