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Does drowsy driving cause car accidents?

Our Connecticut residents have likely heard a lot about distracted driving, don't text and drive enforcement initiatives and even seen commercials about not texting and driving. Most immediately think of cell phones when it comes to distracted driving. But, what many people may not know is that another type of driving that is just as dangerous and results in over a thousand fatalities and over 83,000 car crashes annually is drowsy driving.

Saturday Night Live Sexual Abuse Skit

Just this past weekend a "Saturday Night Live" skit about a male student having sex with his female high school teacher painted the relationship as every teen boy's dream, but drew a firestorm of criticism on social media. Teacher sexual abuse, no matter what gender, leaves the victim with a lifetime of emotional scars. In Connecticut in the last several months, 2 female teacher sex abuse cases have received lots of media attention (one in Madison and one in Stamford). Female teacher sex abuse, as discussed in the Reuters article, is now being vigorously prosecuted.

8-year-old East Hartford boy killed in car accident

The sudden loss of a human life in an accident is difficult for many to fathom. It is even more difficult to understand when the accident involves the loss of an innocent child. Our Connecticut residents may be saddened to learn that according to East Hartford Police, an 8-year-old was killed when he was struck by at least one car which was involved in a two-car accident.

Things to think about when selecting a nursing home

Though many people do not want to think about a nursing home for a loved one, there are times when it may not be possible to adequately care for and meet the medical needs of a family member. This could be due to their advanced age, illness or an injury which requires medical care.

Experienced help for injured car accident victims

No one ever expects to be in an auto accident. But if one is injured in a car accident, it is important to keep in mind that having an experienced lawyer to look out for one's interests may be extremely helpful.

Former Bethel Public Schools First Grade Teacher Charged with Sexually Abusing 3 Children

Brian Stroh, a former Bethel public schools first grade teacher has been released from prison on $250,000 bond. Stroh has been charged with sexually abusing three children. There have been several similar sounding stories in the news recently. Kayla Mooney, 23, a Danbury High School has been charged with second degree sexual assault and for providing alcohol to a minor. Timothy Leonard, a Wilton public school teacher was charged with sexually assaulting a 14 year old boy. In addition to these cases, Tremont Sheldon Robinson Mahoney, represents former students of the Stamford public schools who were abused by a former teacher named Robert Martinez as well as former students of the Newington public schools who were abused by one of their teachers, James Brown.

Distracted driving is more than just texting and driving

When it comes to the topic of distracted driving and related car accidents, many of our Connecticut residents may erroneously presume that a cell phone is somehow involved in all distracted driving accidents. However, it is interesting to note that distracted driving is not limited to just phone use or texting and driving. It encompasses numerous distractions which affect both first -time drivers, such as teens and adults, alike. However, teens are more likely to involved.

Danbury High School Teacher Charged with Sexual Assault

Kayla Mooney, 23, a Danbury High School teacher has been charged with second degree sexual assault and for providing alcohol to a minor. There have been several similar sounding stories in the news recently. Timothy Leonard, a Wilton public school teacher was charged with sexually assaulting a 14 year old boy. Brian Stroh, a Bethel public schools teacher, was charged with sexually abusing three children. In addition to these cases, Tremont Sheldon Robinson Mahoney, represents former students of the Stamford public schools who were abused by a former teacher named Robert Martinez as well as former students of the Newington public schools who were abused by one of their teachers, James Brown.

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