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March 2014 Archives

Connecticut brain injury victims may be affected by proposed legislation

When car accidents, truck accidents or other unfortunate incidents occur, they can leave victims with life-changing brain injuries. Even though some victims can regain some of their lost mental acuity, it often takes time and constant medical care. Fortunately, some Connecticut programs help people who have suffered from a traumatic brain injury.

Connecticut man faces drunk driving charges after causing fatal crash that involved 7 vehicles

When Connecticut and the surrounding states face harsh winters, residents rely on the aid of snow plow trucks. Without this service, many people would be unable to travel to work, school, or home. Unfortunately, when snow plow truck drivers enter roadways, they’re putting themselves at risk for devastating auto collisions.

Connecticut lawmakers may pass tougher concussion prevention bill

Connecticut parents often encourage their children to participate in sports and extracurricular activities, which typically teach them important values such as teamwork and discipline. Unfortunately, participation in some sports can also put children at risk of brain injuries and even heart problems.

Connecticut police stepping up efforts to reduce tailgating

When distracted or drunk drivers cause fatal car accidents, they often receive lots of press coverage. However, people in Connecticut may be surprised to learn that tailgating causes more than 40 percent of car accidents in the New Haven area. Especially on the highway, where speeds exceed 55 mph, it is important for drivers to make sure they are driving at a safe distance from the car in front of them.

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