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Bridgeport – Fatal Crash Update

Authorities just released additional info regarding last week’s fatal intersection crash in Bridgeport.

50-year-old Peter Tsimbidaros was killed last week after the vehicle he was driving was struck by another vehicle operated by 50-year-old Keith Commerford. It was subsequently suspected that Commerford was under the influence at the time of the crash and was immediately apprehended. Multiple charges have since been filed against him. According to officials, Commerford was already involved in other hit-and-run incidents in the city even before this recent tragedy. He was reportedly using both cocaine and heroin and, according to authorities, should not have been allowed to operate any vehicle. At his court arraignment yesterday afternoon, a $1 million bond was ordered against Commerford.

Negligent behavior exhibited by motorists frequently results in injuries or even deaths. It cannot be overstated how important bringing these parties to justice can be in making all roads safer for everyone. Victims or their families can also pursue their own claims against these reckless individuals with the help of expert counsel.

If you or someone you care about was injured in an accident, you may need help navigating the complex challenges of paying for your medical bills, recouping your lost wages, and regaining your quality of life. The Connecticut attorneys with Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers can help you through this process, working to hold the responsible party accountable for the pain and suffering you have had to endure. Call 800-PERKINS for a free consultation with a lawyer today.

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