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April 2019 Archives

Motorcycle fatalities trending downward

When it comes to owning a bike in Connecticut, many motorcyclists are more concerned with the cool factor than safety. As a result, you may see many riders on the highway without a helmet, or riding with cut-off sleeved outfits. While sleeves on a shirt will not be saving lives any time soon, that helmet might be the difference between life or death for many.

Do you have whiplash?

Whiplash occurs when a sudden force forces the neck to move back and forth in a rapid motion. Though whiplash can occur for a few different reasons, the most common cause of whiplash is car accidents. If you were recently involved in a car accident in Connecticut, pay attention for signs and symptoms of whiplash. Whiplash does not always present itself immediately after a crash — in fact, many of the more noticeable whiplash symptoms occur up to 24 hours after the incident. Mayo Clinic details the signs of whiplash, possible complications and when to see a doctor.

Connecticut car crash causes power outages, school delays

A car crash can sometimes cause a chain reaction that can have unexpected and far-reaching effects. On Friday morning, three public schools in Wallingford, Connecticut, a middle school and two elementary schools, experienced a delayed start of three hours because a car accident in the vicinity took down a utility pole, causing a power outage. 

Are gun makers liable for firearm injuries and deaths?

The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act of 2005 made it difficult, if not impossible, for gun violence victims and family members to seek restitution from gun manufacturers by affording gun makers protection from litigation except in cases in which the manufacturer had prior knowledge that the purchaser intended to use the weapon to commit a crime and sold the firearm to the individual anyway. The rationale behind the law seems to be that gun makers should be no more responsible for deaths related to use of their products than automobile manufacturers should be responsible for drunk driving deaths. However, according to The Motley Fool, the Connecticut Supreme Court recently issued a ruling that could undo the protections in place shielding gun manufacturers from product liability lawsuits. 

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