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Recovering from a scooter or moped crash

From those who are struck by drunk drivers to victims of head-on truck accidents, there are victims of many different types of motor vehicle accidents. If you ride a scooter or moped in New London, or on roads anywhere else in Connecticut, you should be aware of the dangers that you may face on a daily basis. At the law firm of Beebe & O’Neil, we know how upsetting these crashes can be for victims, as well as their loved ones.

Does age play a role in large truck accidents?

From fatigue to the consumption of alcohol prior to driving, truck accidents occur for countless reasons. These crashes, which are much too prevalent in Connecticut and all across the U.S., often destroy the lives of victims, leaving them with physical, financial and even emotional scars that will never heal. As a result, it is important for truck companies and truckers to realize the different reasons why these crashes happen and focus on prevention.

How many young workers die in traffic crashes?

For young adults and teenage workers, going to work can be dangerous in many ways. However, traffic accidents are a particularly serious concern for younger workers whose job responsibilities include operating a vehicle. In New London, and in other Connecticut cities, it is vital for employers and young workers to realize how problematic this issue is and try to find ways to reduce the likelihood of such an accident occurring.

How many are injured and killed in drowsy driving crashes?

Motor vehicle accidents have a plethora of causes, such as a reckless driver making the poor decision to operate a vehicle while under the influence or failing to follow other traffic laws. In New London, Connecticut, drivers, passengers, motorcyclists and pedestrians may also be hurt or killed because of a drowsy driver. Sadly, drowsy driving is a major reason why traffic accidents happen and some people do not even realize that they are dangerously tired while behind the wheel.

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