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March 2017 Archives

Teens and drunk driving

Each day, people take to the road after consuming too much alcohol. In New London, Connecticut, and other parts of the country, some of these people are not legally allowed to any consume alcohol in the first place, due to their age. When teens operate a vehicle while intoxicated due to drinking, they face an assortment of risks, from traffic accidents to legal penalties and the loss of their driving privileges. Moreover, if they cause an accident, their decision to drive drunk may upend the lives of an entire family.

A voice for those struck by distracted drivers

From speeding to operating a vehicle while drunk or intoxicated by the use of drugs, motor vehicle accidents have many causes. Unfortunately, some people do not realize how dangerous and prevalent distracted driving is in New London, and Connecticut's other cities. At Beebe and O'Neil, our firm knows how devastating these crashes can be for accident victims and, in some cases, their entire families also.

Recovering from a work zone accident

Whether someone riding a motorcycle is hit by a drunk driver or a pedestrian is struck by an inattentive driver while using a crosswalk, there are all sorts of traffic accidents that claim lives and leave victims with severe injuries. However, road workers and others who find themselves in a work zone often face dangers on a daily basis in Connecticut, and cities nationwide. At Beebe and O'Neil, our law firm is very familiar with the hardships victims of these accidents frequently face.

Analyzing statistics on auto accident causation

From icy roads to driving while intoxicated by drugs or alcohol, motor vehicle accidents transpire for many reasons. However, there are other causes that some people may tend to forget, such as bad signage, brake problems and even crossing an intersection, to name only a few. In New London, Connecticut, and on roads across the nation, it is essential for drivers to remember all of the potential risk factors.

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