Carter Mario Legal Blog
March 11, 2013 Last week’s snow storms marred Connecticut with hundreds of car accidents, including a number of Connecticut Truck Accidents. A story from the Norwich Bulletin explained one of the larger tractor-trailer pile ups occurred on Interstate 84 Thursday morning, outside of Tolland. Reports show a FedEx semi-truck hauling tandem trailers was traveling eastbound along the highway […]
I was hit on the highway by a tractor trailer. My loved one died in this truck accident. Is this what a wrongful death claim is? A Connecticut Wrongful Death case is technically defined by a number of elements: The death was caused, either completely or partially, by the conduct of the defendant. The defendant […]
February 15, 2013 A 48-year-old driver of a commercial tractor-trailer is facing charges in connection to a Connecticut Truck Accident she caused that claimed the life of a highway worker. According to NBC-Connecticut, the collision occurred in March along Route 8 outside the town of Waterbury, Connecticut. Police reports indicate that the 41-year-old victim was part of […]
My car is a complete wreck after the accident with the truck. Is there anything I can do to get it fixed faster? There are a few things you can do after a Connecticut Truck Accident, and we will help. Report the accident to your own insurance company, and try to get a copy of […]
January 16, 2013 A Connecticut Truck Accident was responsible for leaving three people seriously injured. According to The Connecticut Post, the crash happened at around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday along the southbound lanes of Interstate-95 outside Milford, Connecticut. Reports from Connecticut State Police say a box truck carrying two occupants was following behind a tractor-trailer combination. As the […]
December 17, 2012 Stopping on the shoulder of the interstate can be dangerous, but many long-haul truck drivers are forced to do it when their trucks breakdown. However, the stopped trucks can present dangers all their own to other motorists on the highway. Take, for instance, the case of a 40-year-old Connecticut man who died […]
Despite passing field sobriety tests, the 21-year-old New Haven, Connecticut, man being held responsible for the fatal crash of a moving truck outside of a college football game at the Yale Bowl last fall is due in court today to face charges in connection with the accident.
A fatigued driver is to blame for a two-vehicle crash in East Haven, Connecticut, that left four people injured yesterday.
In an effort to keep pedestrians and cyclists safer on Connecticut’s highways, lawmakers are considering a new bill that would stiffen penalties for drivers who injure or kill these “vulnerable users.”
Someone who has been truly wronged is entitled to seek justice for their personal injuries in court. This is a right that most Americans hold as close to their hearts as any other constitutional right.