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October 2018 Archives

Understanding Connecticut’s social host law

At Loughlin Fitzgerald PC, we understand that underage drinking poses a significant ongoing problem in Connecticut and across the nation. But did you know that you could be held legally responsible if you allow your child or his or her friends to possess alcohol at your home?

What should you know about dog bites and children?

Children in Connecticut are naturally curious about animals and may not realize the potential danger that a dog can pose. Knowing the facts about dog bites, how and when they occur, as well as the physical and psychological damage they can cause, can help you to protect your child.

Surviving dependents have rights after a fatal Connecticut crash

Motor vehicles are a major source of convenience, allowing people the freedom and independence to travel anywhere they wish with a little bit of planning and gas money. Most people in Connecticut depend on motor vehicles to make their daily commute to work, run errands and care for their families.

What to know about house parties

Whether it's for fun, for the holidays, or for celebrations, it's not uncommon to find people throwing parties in Connecticut. Sometimes, drinking may be involved. There might even be minors drinking, which some households allow for during the holidays and so on. How does social liability tie into that?

Driver strikes father and son on sidewalk

People in Connecticut should be able to walk along a sidewalk without fear of getting hit by a car or other vehicle. Assumptions like this, however, rely on drivers to operate their vehicles safely and responsibly and with the care of others in mind. Unfortunately, there are too many people who fail to consider the safety of others and even of themselves when they get behind the wheel of a vehicle. 

Taking selfies while driving leads to deadly accidents

More than 3,450 people lost their lives in 2016 and thousands more across the United States were seriously injured as a result of  distracted driving accidents. This includes talking and texting on a cellphone while behind the wheel. Yet people in Connecticut and throughout the country continue to engage in this deadly activity. If simply talking or texting on a cellphone while driving isn’t enough, drivers who take selfies of themselves while behind the wheel act as an even greater risk to pedestrians, bicyclists and everyone else on the road. People risk their lives and the lives of others in order to take a pic and upload it to their profile. 

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