Personal Injury Law FAQ
YES! The insurance company has Attorneys on it's side from
day one. Do you want to go it alone?

They say they want to settle...
They probably do. But will the settlement be fair to you? The
insurance company wants to save as much money as possible.
How do they do that? By not paying

I can't afford an attorney....
Yes you can! Unlike other types of legal work, personal injury
cases are often taken on a contingent fee basis. This means that
you don't pay ANYTHING in most cases until your matter

What's my case worth?
That's hard to say. Once you meet with the attorney, he can
give you a general estimate based on the type of case, extent of
injuries, and a host of other factors. The attorney can assist you
in getting the maximum value for your case.

I didn't break any bones, or even get stitches. Is my case
worth pursuing?
It may well be. It doesn't take blood loss or broken bones to
make a valuable case. The only way to tell is to get evaluated
medically AND legally.

What is the most important thing to do after an accident?
Get qualified medical attention PROMPTLY, then follow your
doctor's advice.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should
consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation. Practice limited to the
State of Connecticut.

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