What Is “Discovery” in a Car Accident Injury Case?

Whether you’re researching what happens during a personal injury claim, or you’re wondering what steps you can expect as we work through your case, you may be curious about the term “discovery” and what it means for an injury victim who files a claim. Although…

3 Tips for Sharing the Road with Snow Plows

Winter is officially here, and that means Connecticut’s roads are always at risk of being covered under snow and ice. Thankfully, the state is well prepared for snow on its major thoroughfares, highways, and interstates due to the usage of salt, brine, and, yes, massive…

Help Prevent DUI Crashes This Holiday Season

As we move from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, most of us have plenty of opportunities to get together with family and friends on our calendars. And whether those events are company parties or neighborhood gatherings, many can involve alcohol. In fact, one survey shows…

Rush Hour Safety Tips

According to the National Safety Council, evening rush hour (weekdays between 4-7 p.m.) is one of the most dangerous times to drive. The roadways are crowded with drivers who are in a rush to get home. It’s dark during rush hour in winter, which makes…

Top 5 Most Dangerous Roadways in Connecticut

A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration study unsurprisingly named Interstate 95 as the most dangerous highway in Connecticut. But which roadways in our state are the most hazardous? Every year, each state is required to send a list of their most dangerous roadways to the…

3 Ways You Can Help Prevent School Bus Accidents

We rely on school buses to get our children to and from school safely, no matter the weather or traffic conditions. Whether you have children attending school in Connecticut or you’re a commuter sharing the road with school buses, everyone can do their part to…