Bridgeport, CT (June 22, 2021) – Before 7 a.m. on the morning of Tuesday, June 22, a car accident with injuries took place in Bridgeport.
According to officials, the accident happened in the southbound lanes of I-95 around the area of LaFayette Boulevard (exit 27). Police confirmed that two or more vehicles were traveling in the area when they collided with each other, which led to extensive damages.
Paramedics, fire crews, and numerous other responders were immediately dispatched to the scene to help those with injuries. One or more victims were hospitalized with injuries, though their conditions are not yet known.
The roadway was blocked in the area of the accident for an extended period of time as police cleared the scene.
No further details have been released. The investigation into the accident continues.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families in hopes of a full recovery.
Car Accidents in Connecticut
Every year, car accidents occur in the state of Connecticut more than ever before. In fact, car accidents are one of the leading causes of hospitalizations within the state. In just 2011 alone, approximately 78,433 car accidents took place in the state of Connecticut, with many of these leading to injuries and hospitalizations. Car accidents happen in a variety of different areas but highways are some of the most common places. These accidents take place due to many different reasons including distracted driving, intoxication, speeding, drowsy driving, and more. It is not always easy to show that another party is at fault for your accident. With the help of an accident attorney, you can move forward knowing that your rights are being protected.
The aftermath of a Connecticut car accident might be one of the most challenging and complex things that you have ever faced. Many of these accidents occur when drivers are not paying close attention to the roads around them. Some of the most catastrophic injuries that stem from car accidents in the state of Connecticut include spinal cord injuries, TBIs, broken bones, organ damage, burns, and more. These injuries sometimes land victims in the hospital and cause them to miss out on time at work. This can have an enormous impact on your life both physically and financially. If you have been injured, you should never have to stand alone. See our proven track record of success representing those injured in Connecticut car accidents at www.mchamberslaw.com.
At Michael L. Chambers, Jr., we have diligently assisted those injured in Connecticut car accidents over the years. We believe that you have every right to hold a party liable for the harm that they have caused you in the midst of an accident. We will ensure that you receive maximum compensation for a wide array of aspects such as medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and so much more. If you have been injured in a serious car accident, we are here for you every step of the way. Please do not hesitate to contact an accident attorney in Connecticut at (860) 231-9535 for more information on how we can assist you.
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Disclaimer: Attorney Michael L. Chambers, Jr. has been in private practice for more than twenty years, and he and his team have taken pride in serving his community. The goal in writing these posts is to bring awareness to the dangers associated with driving and operating various motor vehicles in Connecticut in hopes that drivers will slow down and use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle to avoid being involved in a serious accident. None of the information provided in this post should be considered legal or medical advice. The photograph used in this post is not representative of the actual accident scene.