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How serious is a shattered bone?

One painful injury that can take place after a car crash is a shattered bone. A shattered bone isn't really a medical term, but it does refer to a severe fracture. When the forces that are exerted against the bones are stronger than the bones themselves, they can break. In some cases, they break in many areas, leading to a "shattered" appearance.

What's the most dangerous time to be on the road in Connecitcut?

Any time you get behind the wheel, you're putting yourself at risk of being involved in a traffic accident. While most people won't be involved in a serious or fatal crash in their lifetimes, many people will be involved in a collsion of some kind.

Hold responsible parties liable for the injuries they cause

No one wants to suffer from a personal injury. It's hard to recover, and it takes time out of your life and the things you want to do. Whether you're suffering because of a car crash, dog bite or slip-and-fall incident, you may have months or years of recovery ahead of you.

Get help if you've been seriously hurt in a crash

A personal injury can be painful and debilitating. It may impact your ability to do the things you love to do and put a strain on your relationships. You may not be able to work your normal job and could find that you're unable to return to a job of any kind in the future.

Do you have to seek medical care after an accident?

A personal injury could be anything from breaking an arm to suffering a severe brain injury from a blow to the head. In any case, it's a good idea to have a medical exam so that you have an idea of how serious your injury is and what kind of treatment plan you'll need to follow to recover. Additionally, getting medical care gives you the documentation you need to turn in a claim to the other party's insurance.

Dog bite disaster: How to avoid a bite this summer

Dog bites are often thought to only come from aggressive, territorial or injured animals, but the reality is that any dog can bite or attack when threatened, hurt, sick or otherwise inclined to do so. Even an excited family pet can nip or bite in the wrong circumstances.

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