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Connecticut Helmet Law

Posted on March 10, 2022 in
 If you choose to ride a motorcycle, bicycle, moped or e-scooter in Connecticut, it is important to follow the state’s helmet laws. Failing to wear a helmet when you are legally required to do so can result in a fine. For safety reasons, it is always in your best interest to wear a helmet,...
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Connecticut Subrogation Laws

Posted on February 25, 2022 in
During your personal injury case in Connecticut, you may encounter the term, “subrogation.” While this insurance process is relatively common, it can be complicated and difficult to understand as a policyholder – especially while you are also dealing with serious physical injuries and bills. Insurance subrogation does not require much involvement from you as...
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Connecticut Car Insurance Requirements

Posted on February 17, 2022 in
Car insurance is a way to guarantee that a motor vehicle driver has the financial resources to pay for a car accident if he or she causes a crash. Automobile insurance is a legal requirement for drivers in all 50 states. If you choose to drive a motor vehicle in Connecticut, you lawfully must...
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Connecticut Car Accident Statistics

Posted on January 26, 2022 in
It is important for state and federal organizations, such as Departments of Transportation, to keep track of car accident statistics. Gathering and analyzing crash numbers can help these entities identify hazards and improve the safety of roadways. Below are some of the latest car accident statistics, both in Connecticut and nationwide. The Most Recent...
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Is Connecticut a No-Fault State?

Posted on January 12, 2022 in
Getting your life back on track after a car accident often requires collecting financial compensation so that you can pay for your necessary medical treatments and vehicle repairs. In Connecticut, the recovery process starts with identifying who is at fault for causing your car accident. This is because Connecticut is a fault insurance state,...
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