New Haven Auto Accidents: Drugged Driving May Be Bigger Problem

March 15, 2019
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New Haven auto accidents and Connecticut auto accidents may be caused more by drugged drivers, a new study reports. The Governors Highway Safety Association released a study that nationwide 43% of drivers who died in an auto accident in 2015 tested positive for drugs. When the data was analyzed for Connecticut, 63% of drivers who died in auto accidents tested positive for drugs.

Both legal and illegal drugs can cause driver impairment. AAA’s analysis of 2016 data is eye-opening:

If you or your loved one were in an accident, a New Haven auto accident attorney can help you with your claim against the insurance company.