If you or someone you love has sustained a serious brain injury in Bridgeport, you are likely aware of the damaging consequences head injuries can have on one’s health and well-being. There are a number of complications associated with brain injuries, some of which may even be life-threatening. While proper treatment and timely medical care can sometimes limit their impact, in some cases these complications will be irreversible.
Both motorcyclists and drivers are expected to share Bridgeport’s roads with each other. However, many of those who operate motorcycles may tell you that drivers often do not afford the same level of this courtesy to them as they do other cars. Indeed, if and when motorcycle accidents do happen, drivers may often attempt to place the blame on the motorcyclists for cutting in front of them or not indicating a turn. Sadly, the motorcyclists involved in these accidents are often not around to defend themselves. According to research data shared by the Insurance Information Institute, motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to perish in collision than the passenger vehicle occupants involved.
Every day Connecticut drivers must share the road with trucks and other large vehicles. This can prove deadly in some instances, especially when truckers are careless or exhibit dangerous driving habits. While you can’t always prevent an accident from occurring, there are steps you can take to preserve the safety of yourself and others when sharing the road with large trucks.
Modern vehicles offer a lot of benefits to society. They allow for secure and rapid transportation to essentially any place that is accessible by land. They allow individuals increased autonomy, and can help create a feeling of independence in youth as they mature.
Many in Bridgeport may look to dogs for love and companionship. However, it should not be forgotten that these animals are capable of causing harm. If you or a member of your family is bitten by a dog, then most would likely assume that responsibility for the incident (as well as any expenses that may come with it) should be that of the dog owner. Yet is that always the case?
All-terrain vehicles, popularly known as ATVs, are multipurpose vehicles that can weigh up to 600 pounds and can travel at speeds up to 75 miles per hour.