Determining Liability When Failing To Brake
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  • Determining Liability When Failing To Brake
    March 28, 2017
    Failing to brake properly can result in accidents that cause significant injuries and damage. Connecticut motorists may benefit from learning who can be considered liable for these types of rear-end collisions. Negligent behavior, such as distracted driving, may be the cause of rear-end collisions. The...
  • Will Connecticut Crackdown On Distracted Driving?
    March 27, 2017
    Distracted driving can take many forms. In some cases, a driver is distracted due to the use of a smartphone, in others it is the arguing of children in the backseat. Whatever takes a driver’s attention away from the road can be considered a distraction....
  • Cargo Will Be Focus Of CVSA Inspection Blitz
    March 21, 2017
    Commercial truck drivers in Connecticut may be subject to inspection June 6-8. The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance will hold its annual inspection blitz during these days. For the event this year, the inspection will focus on cargo securement. Most truck drivers will receive a North...
  • Autonomous Cars May Change And Complicate Claims
    March 15, 2017
    Many companies are developing prototypes for driverless cars. The technology is currently in its beginning stages, with some cars having partial autonomy but still requiring an alert driver at the wheel. If cars become fully autonomous, claims could become more complicated, and laws in Connecticut...
  • Challenges Associated With Driverless Trucks
    March 9, 2017
    Connecticut truck drivers spend enormous amounts of time on the road. This keeps them away from their families, and it also creates a potential risk of driving while fatigued. The co-founder of Starsky Robotics believes that autonomous commercial trucks may allow truck drivers to spend...
  • Rise In Deadly Car Accidents In Connecticut
    March 2, 2017
    According to new estimates from the National Safety Council, fatal accidents have increased to levels above those in 2007. Lower gas prices and a stronger economy may be partially responsible for the surge. Fatalities hit 40,200 in 2016, which represents a six percent increase over...