Fighting For The Care And Benefits You Need

You Need An Attorney

Being injured can turn your world upside down. Let our firm help you. We will handle everything start-to-finish, with no initial costs and no fee unless you recover money.

You need an attorney immediately following an incident. One of our experienced injury attorneys will start aggressive, client-focused injury representation the moment you hire us.

If you or a loved one is injured, you need an attorney immediately. This allows you the “Freedom to Heal.” You will focus on getting better, we will focus on everything else.

You may think you can wait to hire an attorney. It is very important to hire one of our injury attorneys immediately for the following reasons:

Evidence May Disappear

Our team of investigators, accident reconstructionists and other professionals will immediately go to the scene. They will collect evidence, photograph the scene, conduct measurements, and inspect the vehicle or premises. They will obtain surveillance footage. This is evidence that can “disappear” over time.

Memories Can Change Or Fade

Witnesses may not remember important details from the accident later on. Our investigators and attorneys will conduct interviews of witnesses to assist in the investigation process.

911 Calls Are Erased

Important evidence comes in the form of 911 calls. Emergency calls, unless requested, can disappear after ninety (90) or even thirty (30) days.

Some Claims Require A Notice

Certain injury claims require notice. Some as soon as 90 days. You should contact an attorney now to discuss this issue.

The Insurance Companies Have Attorneys

Often, your claim is handled by an adjuster or claims counsel from the insurance company. They, and their team of lawyers, immediately start working on your case. They often look for ways to deny or delay your claim. Hiring an attorney quickly can help to prevent these types of tactics.
In Connecticut, there is a limited time in which you can file a personal injury or medical malpractice claim. In general, from the date of your accident, you have two years in which you can bring a suit against the person or party who negligently harmed you. There are some exceptions to this time limitation.

Even though you may have two years to file a claim, it is better to act sooner than later to preserve evidence and gather important witness testimony. Also, there are some types of claims that will be barred if notice is not given in as few as 90 days.

If you have been injured in a car accident, construction accident, trucking accident, medical or hospital error incident, or any other personal injury accident you should contact our firm for a free consultation. Call us at 860-219-0779 or contact us online.