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Pedestrian accidents may result in death in Connecticut

When a person is killed in a pedestrian accident, this can affect not only the victims’ family members but also the entire community. It can be difficult to come to terms with such life-altering pedestrian accidents in Connecticut. This type of accident in our state unfortunately took the life of an elderly woman who was on the side of the road recently.

Auto accident involving bicyclist leads to biker's death

A bicycle ride for one individual in Connecticut recently turned into a tragedy for him and his family members after a car struck the bicyclist. In this scenario, it’s natural for the victim’s loved ones to feel emotionally spent and seek answers regarding the cause of the accident. No amount of monetary compensation can bring back a family member who has been killed in an auto accident, but it may help to address the expenses that inevitably result from these types of tragedies.

4 injured in Connecticut auto accident on interstate

When a person is riding in a car, his or her life is literally in the hands of other drivers behind the wheel on the road. If one or more drivers fail to be cautious, people can end up with critical injuries. Four people found themselves with injuries following a recent auto accident in Connecticut.

Connecticut pedestrian accidents can have fatal results

Getting hit by a car while strolling along a road can have fatal results. Unfortunately, sometimes drivers don't see pedestrians in time due to driving while distracted or because motorists are operating their vehicles too quickly, thus leading to pedestrian accidents. One woman recently passed away after being struck by a car in Connecticut.

Pedestrian accidents can lead to death in Connecticut

One female pedestrian’s life was unfortunately cut short as a result of a recent car accident in Connecticut. Pedestrian accidents often take place because the driver of the car that struck the walker may not have been paying close attention. In other cases, the driver might have been deliberately disobeying road rules when he or she hit the pedestrian. In either event, the grieving family of the person who died in the accident reserves the right to hold the driver accountable in light of the accident.

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