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July 2018 Archives

Stairs, walkways and ramps as tripping hazards

Many shops in Connecticut have walkways or stairs leading from the sidewalk into the building itself. Sometimes there may also be short ramps. Other times, the set of stairs can be quite long. In some cases, there might not be either, but there could still be a raised platform before you enter the building. And all of these things come with inherent safety risks.

Man and his dog both attacked by off-leash dog

Many people in Connecticut have dogs as pets and understand the strong bond that can exist between a dog and its owner and family members. However, that strong bond does not negate the responsibility of a dog owner to not only care for the dog but also to ensure that their dog does not cause damage or problems to any other persons or property. Unfortunately, there seem to be some people who do not take their responsibilities as pet owners quite as seriously as others.

Other ways a car crash can disrupt your life

Many people realize that car accident victims often struggle with serious injuries, which may leave them unable to perform their job, or financial problems due to medical bills and other expenses. However, it is crucial to remember that there are many more ways in which a motor vehicle collision can upend your life. In this post, we will look into some of the other challenges that victims of car crashes may face.

Dealing with drunk wedding guests

When couples begin to plan their Connecticut wedding, they may worry about how they will handle intoxicated guests. No one wants to hear that a guest was involved in a car accident because he or she drank too much, so it is important to think about alcohol during the planning process.

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