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How Does a Motorcycle Accident Claim Differ from Other Motor Vehicle Lawsuits?

You get into an accident with another vehicle on the road. At the scene, you take the other driver’s information, document everything with pictures, and obtain addresses and names from witnesses. Then, not long after, you proceed to contact your insurance company and see a doctor to be examined for injuries beyond scrapes and bruises….

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Drivers Take Notice

By Atty. Christopher Cramer On December 31, 2013, a new law was put into effect in Connecticut that all drivers need to be aware of. Living in Connecticut, we are all used to walking outside and finding our vehicles blanketed with snow. While most of us do a fair job at clearing the snow off…

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SMART PHONES AND SMARTER PLAINTIFFS

By Adam (A.J.) Allegro, Esq. One of the major advantages of living in this technologically-advanced period of time is that almost everything we do can be captured on camera or through some other means on a cell phone. Within seconds, an image of a fancy dinner at a restaurant can be uploaded to Instagram or…

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Be Cautious Driving on the Day Before Thanksgiving

What do you think the least safe day of the year is for driving? Many guess New Year’s Eve, and while all-night partying and drinking don’t make for a consistent combination, the day before Thanksgiving poses more risks. Dubbed “Black Wednesday,” that day alone sees 43.4 million people travel at least 50 miles from the…

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National Teen Driver Safety Week Emphasizes Parental Involvement

From October 20 to the 26th, National Teen Driver Safety Week has called attention to the higher accident and fatality risks for new drivers. Congress began the campaign seven years ago as an effort to enforce safe teen driver and passenger behavior, and for 2013, theme “It Takes Two: Shared Expectations for Teens and Parents…

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