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Motorcycle accidents in Connecticut

Spring has arrived and for Connecticut residents that love to ride motorcycles, that is exciting news. If you are dusting off your Harley or other bike in preparation for a fun season of riding, you should also be reminded of the risks that you face while on the road. Your lack of natural protection leaves you highly vulnerable in the event of an accident. The dangerous maneuvers of other drivers in cars, trucks, SUVs and other vehicles can result in serious situations for you or your loved ones?

How serious are motorcycle accidents in Connecticut?

As spring officially arrives, motorcycle enthusiasts all across Connecticut may be looking forward to the joys of riding on two wheels. The freedom that comes with motorcycling is a pleasure all unto its own. Sadly, bikers must also face the all-too-real dangers associated with motorcycle accidents when they share the road with other vehicles. If you ride a bike or know someone who does, understanding how many lives are lost in these crashes each year can be important.

Motorcyclist dies after accident with tractor-trailer

Winter is moving further in the past as spring makes its way to Connecticut. The reduction in ice or other conditions on area roads along with the growing number of daylight hours may help to improve safety for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians alike. That, however, does not mean that the risk of being involved in a motor vehicle accident is completely eliminated. Sadly, that is a risk that is always present.

Stamford animal shelter involved in dog bite lawsuit

Dog lovers in Connecticut understand the special bond that they share with their pets. However, they are also be aware that some dogs may be aggressive and even dangerous at times depending upon the circumstances. The breed of the dog can also impact the likelihood that a dog may attack a human. Rottweilers are one breed commonly considered more aggressive than others, like Labrador Retrievers, for example.