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January 2015 Archives

Drunk Driving Injury Cases Related to the AFC Championship Game

Every team has a committed fan club that will treat a win like a personal gain in their own life. This year, the New England Patriots were the champions of the American Football Conference (AFC), making them one of the competitors in the upcoming 2015 Super Bowl.

Are You Ready for the Blizzard?

According to weather forecasts, the state of Connecticut will soon be covered in around 15-30 inches of snow, which is approximately two and a half feet! In addition to the snow, forecasters suggest that wind gusts will be blowing at more than 30 miles per hour up to 75 miles per hour. The state is expected to be experiencing this blizzard from 1pm on Monday until midnight on Tuesday. The entire state is suiting up to brace the even colder weather that is forthcoming.

Connecticut Ice Storms Cause Multi-Vehicle Accidents

Across the Northeast, the recent ice storms have led to hundreds of vehicle accidents, many of which result in serious injuries. The storm has even been given its own hashtag, "#Icezilla." Residents of Connecticut and the surrounding states are encouraged not even to get in their vehicles and start the engine because of the risk of accident. The state of Connecticut suggests waiting until Sunday to travel any distance at all.