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November 2016 Archives

Recovering from an accident caused by an intoxicated driver

From speeding to icy roads, motor vehicle wrecks happen for a myriad of reasons. However, some are caused by drivers who never should have been behind the wheel due to drug or alcohol intoxication. At Beebe and O'Neil, we are well aware of the various hardships that victims of these crashes and their family members often have to endure in Connecticut. If you were struck by a driver who drank too much or was under the influence of drugs, it is essential to focus on recovery.

What is wrong-site surgery?

From prescription mistakes to hospital negligence, there are many types of medical malpractice. However, it is important to understand the dangers of surgical errors if you are preparing for surgery or believe that you were harmed during a recent surgery that was performed on your body. In New London, Connecticut, and elsewhere in the country, wrong-site surgery is a serious problem that has turned far too many lives upside down.

Traffic accidents and brain injuries

If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, you may face a number of hardships, such as broken bones and financial challenges. However, recovering from the crash may be particularly challenging if you sustain a traumatic brain injury. In New London, and all over Connecticut, TBIs are a serious problem for many auto accident victims.

A closer look at negligent truck maintenance

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, large truck crashes claimed more than 3,900 lives during 2014. Sadly, some of these fatal accidents were likely preventable. In New London, and cities throughout Connecticut, truck wrecks take place for many reasons, including speeding, drunk or drugged drivers and trucker fatigue. However, negligent truck maintenance is another factor that plays a role in many large truck collisions.

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