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Connecticut rated as one of the safest states for senior drivers

There are statistics and rankings about everything these days it seems, so it should come as no surprise to our readers that the 50 states have been ranked in order of how deadly the roads in those states are for senior-aged drivers. Fortunately, Connecticut ranked as one of the safest states for senior drivers.

Proving your premises liability case in court

A "slip and fall" case probably makes people think of a relatively simple situation: a person is on someone else's property when they slip on some unseen dangerous condition, fall and suffer injuries as a result. In reality, that isn't too far off. But, these types of cases, which can trigger "premises liability" legal issues, can occur in a wide range of situations.

Are the latest advances in car safety features worth the expense?

Not everyone gets the chance to own a new car but, for those who do, these days there can be a dizzying array of options to choose from. Advances in technology have brought all kinds of entertainment options into your car, gas mileage is improving and features like heated seats make it more comfortable to drive in the winter weather. But, what about safety features? Are the latest advances in these features worth the expense?

Pursuing a personal injury claim for nursing home neglect

No one wants to think that their loved ones might be abused or neglected in a nursing home in Connecticut. Unfortunately, the sad reality is that these instances of negligence and recklessness do occur with disturbing frequency. Just imagine going to visit an elderly relative at a nursing home this holiday season and seeing them with unexplained bruises, bedsores or other injuries. What can be done about these instances of abuse and neglect?

Bicyclists who are injured in car accidents can seek compensation

During the winter months we are less likely to see bicyclists on and near the roadways in Connecticut, but when the weather breaks they will be out and about as usual. Many more people seem to be engaging in bicycling as a form of exercise these days, and some are even using bicycles as their primary mode of transportation. Unfortunately, when bicyclists are near the roadways, car accidents can occur.

MADD raises awareness about drunk driving during holidays

Christmas has come and gone, but the New Year's holiday is right around the corner. In the midst of the holiday season here in Connecticut, Mothers Against Drunk Driving -- "MADD" -- recently warned about the dangers of drunk driving, especially around the holidays.

The devastating impact of impaired and distracted driving

Two of the most dangerous things to be on the lookout for on the roads are drunk drivers and distracted drivers. Unfortunately, this is the time of year when both types of drivers are likely to be more prevalent on the roadways in Connecticut.

What should you do first with a medical malpractice claim?

Connecticut residents who have read previous posts here know that medical malpractice is a serious - and potentially deadly - problem in America. We all respect the fact that doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals oftentimes spend years in school before they are able to treat patients, but the fact of the matter is that even the best trained and most well-educated doctors and nurses can make mistakes. When this happens, what are the first steps with a medical malpractice claim?

Dedicated service for your medical malpractice case

Many of our readers in Connecticut probably know that medical malpractice cases can be quite difficult to prove. After all, the patients who are pursuing these cases are going up against well-funded healthcare conglomerates at times, and doctors and nurses who are trying to protect their professional reputations at others. There is no doubt about it - medical malpractice cases can be difficult to prove.

Another reason distracted driving may keep increasing

Connecticut residents know that there is no shortage of distractions for drivers on the roads today. We've had radios in our cars for decades, but now the distraction of smartphones has taken over as the most pressing concern. States throughout the country have attempted to enact laws that would police the dangerous activity of using smartphones while driving.

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