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November 2017 Archives

Child suffers serious animal bites in dog attack

Social media platforms carry an infinite number of videos that feature animals and children interacting in a variety of settings. Though house pets are expected to behave in a certain manner with youngsters, the fact remains that any pet is capable of inflicting serious animal bites. Recently, one Connecticut neighborhood was shocked by an attack on a child.

Family of man killed in crash might consider wrongful death claim

In spite of the increased numbers of commercial vehicle traffic on Connecticut's highways, there are still some roadways where these large vehicles are banned. Many of these roads are spanned by overpasses that were not designed for large trucks and are prohibited based on height restrictions. After one man was killed in a crash that was related to this ban, the family may choose to see if there is a legal recourse for filing a wrongful death claim.

Families harmed by Connecticut car accidents may seek restitution

When tragedy strikes a Connecticut family, there are many negative consequences that can result. Car accidents take a terrible toll, not only physically and emotionally but often financially as well. In many cases, if the wreck was the result of the actions or negligence of a third party, then the victims or their families may choose to seek restitution.

Woman suffers injury due to animal bites from loose dog

Just as parents are held accountable for ensuring that their children receive all of the medical care they require for good health, pet owners are likewise required to make sure that their pets are immunized and licensed. When a pet attacks an innocent person, the resulting animal bites may carry more risks than the physical wounds. One Connecticut woman recently faced not only the bite wounds but was also advised to receive rabies shots.

Some Connecticut towns see rise in fatal car accidents

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the numbers of fatal crashes has risen. While some communities in Connecticut have been able to take steps to reduce deadly car accidents, other sections of the state have seen an increase. Many of these towns are implementing plans to help prevent their citizens from becoming victims of these wrecks.

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