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Pedestrian accidents can lead to injuries in Connecticut

Suffering injuries in a car-pedestrian accident can be traumatizing, not just emotionally but also physically and financially. Victims of pedestrian accidents must focus on healing from their injuries while also dealing with the often exorbitant medical costs tied to treating these injuries. The individual believed to have caused an injury-causing pedestrian accident in Connecticut may be held financially responsible for the victim's injuries in this situation.

1 critically injured in Connecticut auto accident

Becoming injured in a vehicle crash can be life-changing for a variety of reasons. The accident-related injuries may affect a person's physical ability to function and work normally in the future. The auto accident may also cause emotional distress. One man unfortunately suffered serious injuries in a recent crash in Connecticut.

Auto accident results in 1 death in Connecticut

One person recently died in a tragic Connecticut car accident, naturally leaving the grieving family members with questions about what exactly could have caused such a preventable incident. In some situations, an auto accident happens because a person fails to exercise caution behind the wheel or blatantly disobeys a rule of the road. In these cases, the individual deemed at fault in the accident may be held financially responsible for injuries or deaths resulting from the accident.

Pedestrian accidents in Connecticut may result in injuries

Pedestrians are a higher risk of suffering serious injuries in car crashes because they lack the protection offered by a motor vehicle. Unfortunately, one pedestrian was recently hurt in an accident involving a car in Connecticut. If driver negligence is found to have caused these types of accidents, victims of pedestrian accidents have the right to seek to hold accountable the drivers that struck them.

Motor vehicle accident results in 1 death, 3 injuries

One man recently lost his life in a Connecticut vehicle accident, while three others were injured. Negligent driving, including failing to pay attention or speeding, sometimes contributes to these types of crashes. Those who have been injured or those who have lost loved ones in a motor vehicle accident have the legal right to seek justice in these instances.

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