An injury from a truck accident, a dog bite or any injury caused by someone else’s negligence can leave you in pain and confused about where to turn for help. An insurer may want to settle quickly, but you do not yet know how serious the injury is or whether an offered settlement will cover all your long-term needs. This is where Meriden Personal Injury Lawyers can help.
At Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C., our emphasis in personal injury cases is on obtaining fair value for our clients. The fact that our lawyers have worked on the insurance side strengthens our ability to fight for a fair and reasonable insurance settlement.
Learn more about our personal injury attorneys: John F. Conway and James E. Ringold. We serve all of Connecticut from Meriden to New Haven to Wallingford. Schedule a free consultation now by calling (203) 265-2035.
As effective personal injury law specialists, we evaluate cases carefully, reviewing medical records and all other evidence such as accident reports and witness accounts. We have the ability to do our own investigations. When preparing a demand for compensation, we are thorough and persuasive.
If we cannot get fair value through negotiation, then that means proving your claim in court. As experienced trial lawyers, we are always prepared to take cases to court and try them to verdict. Going up against large or powerful defendants does not intimidate us. We know how defense teams work and how to counter their tactics with our own.
Every state has different personal injury laws and rules for bringing claims. In Connecticut, one of the most important to know is the statute of limitations. This is the strict time-frame limiting the amount of time you have to come forward with a personal injury lawsuit. You have just two years from the date the incident occurred to file a claim, with the exception of the discovery rule. If you did not discover your personal injuries until a date later than your accident, the two-year countdown begins on the date of discovery.
Another important set of laws to know is Connecticut’s fault laws. In a car accident claim, for example, Connecticut uses a traditional tort-based insurance system. You can bring a claim to compensation against the at-fault driver’s car insurance policy, but you must prove fault to recover damages. Connecticut is also a comparative negligence state. If the civil courts find you partially at fault for your injury, your comparative fault could reduce your compensatory award. Our attorneys can be on your side to help you prove fault and combat possible defenses.
A critical reason to file a personal injury lawsuit in Meriden, Connecticut is for financial compensation to make up for your losses. Without a fair compensatory award, you may end up paying for damages you did not cause out of your own pocket. At Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C, we are passionate about not letting this happen. Our Meriden personal injury lawyers lend a voice to injured victims in and out of courtrooms in New Haven County. We may be able to help you recover compensation for several losses.
No two personal injury claims are identical. An average personal injury settlement amount does not even exist due to the highly variable nature of these types of lawsuits. Our lawyers always work to maximize compensation, however, through tailored legal strategies and aggressive case negotiations. Find out what we believe your Meriden personal injury case could be worth during a free consultation.
Getting a fair settlement in Meriden can make an important difference as you recover from your injuries and put your life back together. Talk to an attorney who is on your side and will handle the negotiations from a position of knowledge and strength. We welcome calls from accident victims and their family members.
If you do not see the type of accident that caused your injuries here, it does not necessarily mean we do not accept your kind of case. This is not a comprehensive overview of every area of law our lawyers practice. Our personal injury attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience in a wide variety of accident types.
After a personal injury accident in Meriden, try to remain calm and remember you do not have to do this alone. Collect information about your accident, including photographs and medical records, if possible, and bring it to the attorneys at Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C. We can review the details of your case and listen to your story for free.
Do not hesitate to schedule a consultation; our fees are based on what we recover for you. We will not be paid unless we achieve a settlement or verdict in your favor.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in Meriden Connecticut, you deserve fair compensation. Send us a message online, or call (203) 265-2035 to schedule a free consultation.