Regardless of a person's views on self-driving vehicles, it is important to have a basic understanding of how these cars operate as they are becoming more prevalent today. Connecticut drivers may actually be surprised that even the vehicles they buy today but do not consider to be self-driving still feature many self-driving functions and technologies.
Connecticut residents have many things to be proud of when it comes to their state. However, there is one area in which the state is leading the nation but that does not represent one of the areas that offer residents a reason to feel positive about where they live. That area involves drunk driving deaths.
Early last Monday morning, a fiery crash among four vehicles on Interstate 84 in East Hartford, Connecticut, resulted in the deaths of two people. The accident took place on a bridge, and authorities had some concern that the asphalt may have become damaged due to the heat from the resulting fire. The interstate closed down for several hours to allow law enforcement to conduct its investigation and the Department of Transportation to assess the need for any repairs.
With the change in weather, many people in Connecticut and across the country will be dusting off their bicycles and getting ready to ride. Bicycling can be a fun and healthy activity, but cyclists also need to understand their risks and drivers should be aware they can be sharing the road with bicycles at any time.
Connecticut residents who get into car crashes may suffer from whiplash, a type of injury that occurs when the neck and head move back and forward very strongly and rapidly. Though this is often talked about as if it's a mild injury, whiplash can actually be quite severe.
Emergency personnel summoned to the scene of a collision between a vehicle and a near-empty school bus early Thursday afternoon in Stamford, Connecticut, had to use the "Jaws of Life" to extricate the driver from her car. The crash sent three people to the hospital and temporarily closed down the road where it took place.
Unfortunately, the answer to the title question is yes. If you become the victim of a Connecticut motor vehicle accident and receive a back injury therein, you could indeed become paralyzed and forced to spend the rest of your life in a wheelchair.
There are all sorts of weather-related hazards to watch out for while behind the wheel, such as strong winds which knock tree limbs onto the road and heavy rain that interferes with visibility. During the winter months, many parts of the country face especially dangerous conditions due to snow and ice. Moreover, this winter has brought extremely cold temperatures to many states, which can be dangerous for a variety of reasons. Often, it is smart to stay off of the road when temperatures are very cold and it is snowing heavily.
Connecticut residents like you have a lot to lose in a crash with a commercial truck. Not only will you be the one sustaining the most damage, but you will also be up against the defense of the trucking company. Loughlin Fitzgerald, P.C., is here to help guide you through these tough times as you seek fair compensation.
Two young men presumably stole a vehicle from New Britain, Connecticut, on Saturday. By Tuesday, one of the young men was dead and the other could be facing charges due to a collision with two other vehicles at a stoplight in an apparent attempt to evade authorities in Hamden.