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Reasons Your Car Might Roll Over

Rollover accidents are capable of causing extremely serious injuries, including those that can leave victims with permanent disabilities. Cars and trucks can roll over for a variety of reasons, but when they’re the result of someone else’s negligence, victims may recover compensation. Below are some of the more common causes of rollovers that may result […]

How Do I Prove That Another Driver Hit My Car?

If you suffered an injury in a car accident, it’s likely that you have many questions and concerns. These often include: Who is going to pay for my medical bills? Who is going to replace my lost income? Who is going to fix my vehicle? Perhaps, most importantly, how am I going to prove that […]

What to Do After a Bus Collision?

Thousands of persons ride buses every day in Southeastern Connecticut. In fact, according to statistics issued by the Federal Transit Administration, 3,749 unlinked bus trips took place every day during 2016 on Southeast Area Transit District (SEAT) buses. What’s more, this statistic does not account for the thousands more who use the various charter and […]

Proving the Four Elements of Negligence

Under Connecticut Law, people who are hurt by the legal negligence of others may recover compensation for their injuries. A negligence claim requires that the person bringing the claim (the plaintiff) establish four distinct elements. The material below describes these elements in more detail. If you have questions about whether you may be able to […]

The Dangers of Truck Drivers with Serious Health Conditions

It goes without saying that you need all of your faculties in order to safely operate a large commercial vehicle at speeds of up to 80 miles per hour—or more. Not surprisingly, then, it puts everyone on the road at risk when truck drivers who have serious health conditions get behind the wheel. Unfortunately, this […]