Personal Injury Law - Frequently Asked Questions
I am not sure who is at fault in my automobile accident. How do I tell?
My job as your CT attorney is not only to determine fault for your accident, but to negotiate on your behalf regardless of fault. Both parties may have suffered injuries in your accident, and it is your right to obtain just compensation for your medical expenses.
Can’t I just deal with my insurance provider on my own?
While you certainly don’t have to hire an attorney—and there is no law saying that you must—it can be extremely beneficial to have someone on your side who understands the CT laws and the tactics that insurance companies use. As an experienced Hamden, CT personal injury lawyer, I have seen many insurance companies try to downplay a victim’s injuries or reduce their own liability. With a tenacious and compassionate lawyer on your side, you don’t have to feel intimidated by insurance companies or accept a settlement that is less than favorable.
Is an injury attorney really worth it? I'm not sure I can afford it.
When it comes to your rights, it is always worth seeking legal counsel to make sure you are protected as your case proceeds. With my thorough understanding of the law regarding Connecticut automobile accidents, bicycle accidents, and more, you can rest assured knowing you have experienced legal counsel on your side. And, with my "no recovery, no fee" policy, what do you have to lose?
What can I expect in a consultation?
When we meet for your free consultation, I interview you as to the details of your accident. Then, I often recommend a strong course of action in which I believe you should proceed, in order to achieve favorable results. If you and I proceed together with your case, I begin building your defense so as to capably negotiate your claim.