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Winter Is Coming: Here’s How to Prepare Your Vehicle for Cold Weather

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Connecticut winters are notoriously cold and snowy. Snow, sleet and freezing rain can be challenging to deal with on an everyday basis. This is especially true while driving. Car accidents increase during the winter due to inclement weather, darker nights and an increase in holiday travel. Follow these winter driving safety tips to ensure your car is ready. Four Vital Winter Driving Safety Tips Have a “winter supply” box. In case of an accident or an engine stall, it’s important that you have the necessary supplies. Have an ice scraper, a flashlight, a first-aid kit, and food and water. These tools will help you if you become stranded on the… Read More

3 Most Common Causes of Injuries on Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Day is an exciting time for family and friends to get together and share what they’re grateful for. Large amounts of food and alcohol are also consumed, and there’s plenty of activity. The Thanksgiving holiday season can also be a dangerous time. In order to stay safe while you’re home cooking or traveling, you and your family should follow these safety tips. 3 Common Thanksgiving Day Injuries and How to Prevent Them Slip and falls. On Thanksgiving, many errands need to be run, and many people will be out and about scrambling to buy last minute items. Watch out in grocery stores, malls, and department stores for hazards on… Read More

Am I Liable for Injuries on My Property on Halloween?

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Halloween is the biggest night of the year where children with costumes go out to trick-or-treat and load up on sugary treats. Halloween night allows families to transform their front yards into haunted houses or creepy graveyards, and neighborhoods even have competitions to see who has the scariest home. With an increased number of kids near your home, someone might get injured. What Happens If a Trick-or-Treater is Injured at My Home? If a visitor is injured on your property, you might be found liable for their injuries if you were negligent. This concept is called premises liability. For instance, if you own the home, you could be responsible for… Read More

Has Public Support for Self-Driving Vehicles Decreased After Recent Accidents?

Earlier this year, a young Arizona woman was struck and killed by an Uber vehicle that was operating in autonomous mode. Once public surveys were conducted after the incident, it was found that public opinion for autonomous vehicles had heavily decreased. Now, in the late summer of 2018, young and tech-savvy consumers are still expressing their concerns about self-driving vehicles and how safe they really are. Why Is the Public Still Distrusting of Self-Driving Vehicles? In a survey of over 1,200 people, Cox Automotive (an auto-industry company) followed up in a study in 2016. Since then, public awareness and general education of self-driving cars and technology has grown significantly. However,… Read More

Connecticut Lawyers for Immigration Justice

is proud to sponsor A statewide fundraising campaign to ensure the fair administration of justice for immigrant families and individuals defended by Connecticut’s legal aid providers, Connecticut Legal Services, New Haven Legal Assistance and Greater Hartford Legal Aid.  To read more about this important initiative and to donate please go to: https://www.ctjustice.org  

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