CT Protects Pedestrians, Bicycle Riders, Skateboarders, People in Wheelchairs and Other Specific ‚ÄúVulnerable” Individuals

Connecticut has a specific law that is meant to protect vulnerable users of Connecticut roadways including people riding bicycles. This law is to protect a classification of individuals who are deemed to be vulnerable in accidents that cause serious physical injury or death.
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Our office is frequently contacted by people who have been hit by a car while walking as a pedestrian. These accidents involve many different types of fact patterns such as people hit in a crosswalk, people crossing the street without a crosswalk, people getting hit in a parking lot, having an elderly driver back into them, getting hit on a sidewalk while crossing a driveway, and getting struck by a vehicle while on private property.
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Any Store, Professional Office, or Any Place That Sells or Provides Goods or Services Qualifies

If you have been injured in any type of slip and fall or trip and fall or some other type of accident that has occurred in some retail store
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Elderly Drivers Cause More Accidents than Teen Drivers

On a national level, elderly drivers get into more fatal motor vehicle accidents than do teenagers. In 2009, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were over 45,000 fatal motor vehicle accidents and of those, 12% were caused by drivers 65 years of age or older.
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