Truck Wrecks

Connecticut Injury Attorney Serving Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford & Waterbury, CT

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March 01, 2019
Thirteen percent of all commercial truck crashes are caused by driver fatigue. While truck drivers must adhere to hours of service regulations, strict deadlines can pressure them to ignore these rules. If you’ve been hurt in a collision with a commercial truck, you need the help of experienced… Read Full Post
June 30, 2017
TRIP also rated 34 percent of Connecticut’s rural roads as being in a mediocre state, while 8 percent of the bridges in rural areas were deemed structurally inefficient. […] the traffic fatality rate on Connecticut’s rural roads, 1.45 per 100 million vehicle miles of travel, was nearly double the… Read Full Post
May 25, 2017
Every year, over 30,000 people are killed in road crashes in the United States. Use our map to see the highway with highest rates of fatal accidents in your state and explore each highway in more detail in the interactive grid below Methodology: To determine the most dangerous highway in each… Read Full Post
May 16, 2016
Ford Motor Company is recalling 2,288 model year 2016 Ford F-250, F-350, F-450, and F-550 trucks manufactured April 5, 2016, to April 11, 2016.The tires installed during assembly of the vehicles may have sustained damage to the inner sidewall, possibly resulting in a loss of air or a tire rupture… Read Full Post
February 05, 2016
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced that General Motors LLC (GM) is recalling certain model year 2015-2016 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 and 3500 heavy duty trucks manufactured October 1, 2013, to February 1, 2016, 2015-2016 Chevrolet Tahoe Police Pursuit Vehicles (PPV)… Read Full Post
May 20, 2015
Connecticut has the nation’s deadliest rural roads, according to a new report and story published in the Hartford Courant. Connecticut also ranked No. 11 nationally for the percentage of rural pavement in poor condition, according to the report, published TRIP, by a Washington, D.C. non-profit… Read Full Post