Distracted driving is something that can be seen on a daily basis on Connecticut roads. Sadly, such behavior often leads to car accidents. According to the AAA Foundation, many of these car accidents result in fatality.
A collision between a car and a semi-trailer in Connecticut has left one individual in critical condition. This truck accident is said to have occurred in the early morning hours of March 17, in the northwest portion of the state. The cause of this crash is unknown.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, you know that the medical costs for necessary treatments can seem outrageous. If you have insurance, at least some of those expenses will be covered, but many will still require out-of-pocket payments. For those without insurance, it can be difficult to find those willing to even supply the medical care needed, let alone find the money to make payments. What can those residing in Connecticut do to cover their medical expenses if they are injured in car accidents that are not their fault?
Connecticut State Police are currently investigating the cause of a two vehicle crash that left three people injured. The head-on collision is said to have occurred in Stafford. One of the victims reportedly sustained serious injuries.
Pedestrian accidents occur rather frequently. In fact, across the country -- including in Connecticut -- thousands of people are injured yearly in auto-pedestrian accidents. When a pedestrian accident does occur, what can the victim or -- in the event of fatality -- his or her family member do to recover his or her losses?
Investigators in Connecticut are looking into the cause of a crash that killed a teenager and left another driver seriously injured. The head-on collision occurred March 4 in East Haven. Unfortunately, little is known about the victims and what may have led to this tragic incident.
A total of five people were recently injured in an accident in Connecticut. The intersection crash reportedly occurred Feb. 26, in Canaan. At least two of the people hurt are said to have suffered serious injuries.
A Connecticut man has been charged for his alleged involvement in a fatal car crash. Authorities believed that he was impaired when he struck a car and killed two of its occupants -- both children -- in Dec. 2015. Drunk driving accidents such as this one are, understandably, devastating for surviving family members. In this particular case, the victims' loved ones may be able to seek compensation for their losses by pursing civil claims in court.