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Connecticut Good Samaritan Law

Posted on June 24, 2022 in
If you are one of the first people at the scene of an emergency, such as a car crash, it may be in your instinct to offer immediate assistance to those involved. In the past, there was a risk of facing liability for unintentional injuries or property damage caused by providing emergency care. Today,...
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Connecticut Wet Floor Sign Law

Posted on June 10, 2022 in
Slip and fall accidents lead to thousands of serious injuries every year. According to the National Floor Safety Institute, slip and falls account for more than one million trips to the emergency room annually in the United States. Commercial establishments have a legal duty to keep their properties safe and warn visitors about wet...
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Connecticut Scooter Law

Posted on May 31, 2022 in
If you wish to ride a scooter in Connecticut, you must first understand the state and municipal laws that apply to these vehicles. Otherwise, you could get into trouble for riding in the wrong location or breaking a relevant traffic law. Obeying Connecticut's scooter laws can reduce your risk of getting into an accident,...
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Connecticut Moped Law

Posted on May 10, 2022 in
A moped can be the ideal way to get around for someone who doesn't want to operate a standard passenger vehicle but needs something faster than a bicycle. Before you take a moped out for a spin in Connecticut, however, you must understand all of the state’s related laws. Otherwise, you could find yourself...
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Connecticut Jaywalking Law 

Posted on March 25, 2022 in
Pedestrians in Connecticut must navigate busy intersections, dangerous situations and distracted drivers. Pedestrians are the state's most vulnerable road users. Unfortunately, many drivers do not give pedestrians the respect and space that they deserve. This can result in harmful vehicle-pedestrian collisions. However, pedestrians can also be at fault for collisions if they violate traffic...
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