What Are Connecticut’s Comparative Fault Laws?
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  • What Are Connecticut’s Comparative Fault Laws?
    August 23, 2022
    In some cases, a traffic accident is solely and clearly one individual’s fault. For instance, if driver X was stopped at a red light and driver Z crashed into the rear of their vehicle because they were texting while driving, driver Z is clearly responsible for the...
  • What If My Accident Occurred Because Of Road Conditions?
    August 15, 2022
    Defective or poor road conditions can cause accidents and severe injuries for all involved. The owner/s, government, and/or contractors can be held liable for accidents and injuries resulting from poorly maintained roads. But proving fault for such accidents can be challenging without proper legal guidance. What Are...
  • What If Police Do Not Come After A Crash?
    August 8, 2022
    The law requires drivers to call the police after a motor vehicle crash and wait for their arrival at the accident site before leaving. The law enforcement officer creates and files a proper accident report and the parties involved in the crash can obtain a copy of...
  • What If I Am Injured In A Hit And Run?
    August 1, 2022
    Drivers who cause traffic accidents in Connecticut, as in all states, are required to stop at the accident scene. A hit and run accident is one in which a driver flees the accident scene. Hit and run drivers face criminal penalties and can be sued by injured plaintiffs in...