CT Car Accident Cases and Determining Liability

Being deeply concerned about your situation after your Connecticut car accident case is very typical. Your body hurts. You cannot sleep, your mind races, how are you going to survive financially? We are here to help take the pressure off you so you can just worry about getting better.

You have probably to come this website looking for information because either you need the help of an accident or injury lawyer or a friend or loved one has been injured or has suffered a wrongful death. We can provide you with FREE assistance and help in one of three ways:

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People often contact us about their injury cases and want to know what damages they can recover but before an injured party can get to the issue of many damages, they
must first establish the fault of the other party. One way that fault or
liability can be established is by proving a violation of the Connecticut
General Statements that deals with the operation of a motor vehicle. One
such statutory section is  14-233, which reads:

Passing on right. The driver of a vehicle may overtake and
pass upon the right of another vehicle only when conditions permit such
movement in safety and under the following conditions: (1) When the vehicle
overtaken is making or has signified the intention to make a left turn; (2)
when lines of vehicles traveling in the same direction in adjoining traffic
lanes have come to a stop or have reduced their speed; (3) upon a one-way
street free from obstructions and of sufficient width for two or more lines
of moving vehicles; (4) upon a limited access highway or parkway free from
obstructions with three or more lanes provided for traffic in one direction.
Such movement shall not be made by driving off the pavement or main-traveled
portion of the highway except where lane designations, signs, signals or
markings provide for such movement.

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