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Two people hospitalized after accident in Connecticut

Car accidents have become an increasing problem on U.S. roads in the last several years. Various factors can possibly cause a car accident. One of the leading causes of a car accident is distracted driving. Distracted driving is a situation where the driver gets distracted by any number of things and stops paying attention to the road ahead and causes an accident. Drunk driving and texting while driving are forms of distracted driving.

Two school buses collide in multi-car crash in Connecticut

Accidents are a major problem that cause far too many deaths and injuries to America's drivers. Car accidents can be caused by any number of reasons, but many car crashes are caused by distracted driving, texting and driving or drunk driving.

PSA demonstrates how distracted driving accidents occur

Thanks to smartphones, the world is literally at our fingertips 24-7. We use our phones to connect with family and friends, stay up on current events, play games, surf the Internet, shop and do countless other things.

Three pedestrians injured in car accident in Connecticut

Car accidents have long been a major problem on the roads in the United States. Car accidents can occur on any road and in any town, city or state. There can be many different possible causes of car accidents. Although distracted driving is the leading cause of car accidents in U.S., there are other various causes of accidents including, but not limited to, drunk driving, driving while texting, weather related accidents and more.

Hit-and-run accident in Connecticut injures driver

New Haven residents probably know that a car accident can have a detrimental effect on the physical and emotional well-being of a victim. In addition to pain and suffering, the victim and his or her family also have to deal with financial issues resulting from high medical expenses and lost wages. The effects of an accident can become even more challenging if the accident was caused by negligence on the part of another motorist.

Driver rear-ends parked school bus in Hamden, injuring 3

Car accidents happen every day in Connecticut just like elsewhere in the United States. Each year, more than two million people are treated for injuries from car accidents across the country. The causes of car accidents vary but include drunken driving, distracted driving and improper vehicular maintenance.

What to do after a car accident in Connecticut (2 of 2)

Welcome back. In the first post, we began discussing tips on what to do and what not to do following a car accident in Connecticut. While we will all be involved in at least one car accident in our lives, the truth is that many of us aren't sure of the steps that should be taken to preserve our rights and interests.

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