Connecticut attorney providing personal injury representation

Have you been injured in an accident or assault? Call 203-759-8LAW (8529) for a FREE consultation!
We handle personal injury cases in Waterbury, Meriden, Derby, Bridgeport, Bantam, Litchfield, Bristol, New Britain, Middletown, New Haven, Hartford, Enfield, Milford, Manchester, and Norwich.

Injured in a car accident? Injured in a slip and fall? Injured due to dog bite? Get Compensated for Your Injuries!

A person's health and well-being is of the utmost importance. There are times when the acts of other people lead to serious injuries, or even the death of individual. The legal system provides for people to be compensated when they or a close family member has been seriously injured, incapacitated, or has passed away because of another person's conduct. Injured people need an attorney who will fight for their rights and guide them through the legal system to achieve fair and just compensation for their injuries. You worry about getting better, we'll handle the rest. If you have been injured as a result of:

Then you may be entitled to compensation from the liable party. As all personal injury cases are different, the possibility for you to be compensated for your injuries depends on the facts of your case. Fill out the form on this page, or contact us to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case and find out if you can possibly be compensated for your injuries. If you have been injured and are considering hiring an attorney, there are important steps you can take that will benefit your case.

First, if you are in pain and have not yet consulted a medical professional, you should do so. Speaking with an attorney will let you know whether or not you have a case, but an attorney can not treat a broken arm or sore neck.

Second, write down everything you can about how you were injured. For example, if you were involved in a car accident, write down where it happened, what time it happened, the names of any other people in the car, the names of any witnesses or police officers who responded to the scene, the weather conditions, the time of day, etc. All this information will aid an attorney in evaluating your case as sometimes even the smallest details can be crucial to your case.

Third, take pictures of any visible injuries as soon as possible. For instance bruises, scars, cuts and/or swelling can all diminish in appearance over time, it is important to document your injuries in full. If your case involved a car accident, attempt to photograph the damage done to both vehicles and/or any other property that may have been damaged.

Lastly, compile any documents that may be relevant to your case and bring them when you meet with an attorney. Examples of such documents might be your car insurance documentation, any police reports concerning the matter, any medical records or bills you've incurred thus far, etc.