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Phone: 860-333-5797 | Toll Free: 800-693-9147

Phone: 860-333-5797 | Toll Free: 800-693-9147
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Activists for pedestrian and bicycle safety rally in Connecticut

On Behalf of | Oct 29, 2021 | Car Accidents |

Connecticut auto accidents can impact anyone without warning. From speeding, distracted driving, drunk drivers, inclement weather and being in the wrong place at the wrong time, auto collisions are one of the most common ways in which people are unexpectedly injured and lose their lives. Among the most vulnerable are those unprotected by a vehicle of their own when they are hit – specifically bicyclists and pedestrians. Advocates for their safety are constantly trying to convince lawmakers to implement new measures. Despite that, crashes are a fundamental concern. Those who have been hurt or lost a loved one should be aware of how to proceed after this kind of accident.

Rally seeks improved safety for bicyclists and pedestrians

To convince lawmakers to focus on bicyclist and pedestrian safety, advocates rallied in Hartford. Their objective is to have the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) passed. This coincides with more than 40 road deaths in the state in 2021. The infrastructure improvements from TCI will address the safety of people across the board, but especially bicyclists and pedestrians. The organizer stated that changes to behavior and road safety should be a priority.

With TCI, auto use would be expected to decline and show that bicycles can be used to perform many daily tasks for which people frequently use their cars. Although TCI is a program to lower emissions from automobiles, ancillary benefits would include revenue for investment and the potential for safer roads for pedestrians and bicyclists. There is partisan dispute over the proposal with some lobbying against the taxes that would be imposed with its passage.

The challenging aftermath of bicycle and pedestrian accidents must be addressed

The proposed changes are being pushed by the advocates for bicycle and pedestrian safety in part because of the belief that it will lead to safer roadways and the prevention of auto accidents. Evidence can be essential when determining how to move forward. For example, there is likely to be records of text messages and when they were sent to provide proof that a driver who hit a rider or a pedestrian was not paying attention. Given the medical costs, physical problems, emotional issues and lost income from an accident, it can invite long-term concerns for the injured party and his or her family. For assistance in a recovering a sufficient amount in compensation to cover for all that was lost, having experienced assistance can be a vital decision from the beginning.

 

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