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Types of Trucking Accidents

Posted on December 30, 2021 in
Commercial trucks are a crucial part of America's economy. Unfortunately, these large and heavy vehicles are dangerous and put other drivers at risk of serious accidents. The shape, size and design of a big rig create unique crash risks, such as large blind spots and wide turns. Large trucks also crash in unique ways...
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Connecticut Truck Lane Restrictions

Posted on December 15, 2021 in
Truck accidents involving commercial carriers are some of the most devastating catastrophes on the road. In an effort to reduce the number of truck accidents in Milford, many states have created truck lane restrictions to separate large trucks from general traffic. Connecticut is one of them. If a truck driver violates truck lane restrictions...
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Connecticut Move Over Law

Posted on November 30, 2021 in
Connecticut is one of many states that has passed some version of a Move Over Law in an effort to prevent emergency personnel who are working on the side of the road from being hit by motor vehicles. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, an average of over 20,000 workers are injured in...
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Connecticut Leash Law

Posted on November 24, 2021 in
Every year, hundreds of dog bite injury victims are sent to hospitals with serious and painful injuries that can leave both physical and emotional scars. In an effort to prevent dog attacks, Connecticut, like most states, has laws that require pet owners to keep their pets under control in public areas. If a pet...
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Connecticut Seat Belt Laws 2021

Posted on September 28, 2021 in
Wearing a seat belt dramatically decreases your risk of serious injuries in an automobile accident. For this reason, most states, including Connecticut, have implemented seat belt laws requiring drivers and their passengers to buckle up. Understanding Connecticut’s seat belt laws is important for keeping yourself and your family safe. New Seat Belt Law in...
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