Since drunk driving accidents cause serious injuries and substantial medical expenses, Connecticut is taking the dangers of drunk drivers seriously. The state recently passed a law that requires individuals with multiple drunk driving accident convictions to use a vehicle disabling device on any car the convicted individual plans to drive.
A mother and her 12-year-old son were recently injured in a pedestrian-car accident in Connecticut. The pair was reportedly struck by a negligent driver headed southbound in the left turn lane.
The Connecticut teen loved sports. He was a star on his traveling basketball team and loved nothing more than shooting hoops in his backyard. Now, the teen will never shoot another hoop because of a spinal cord injury he suffered when a car hit him in Aug. Doctors report the 17-year-old will be confined to a wheelchair for the entirety of his life as he will never be able to walk or use his hands ever again.
A recently widowed Connecticut woman is filling a multi-million-dollar medical malpractice suit after her husband, employed by a pharmaceutical company, recently died after doctors failed to diagnose a life threatening condition.