Pursuing Maximum Compensation After A Motor Vehicle Accident in Connecticut
A car accident can turn your life upside down. You need legal counsel that can set things right and help you move on with financial compensation for past, current and future losses from the accident.
Taking legal action after a car crash may allow you to overcome the financial burdens that often accompany a severe accident – and we can help. At Mancini Law, our attorneys engineer legal strategies for car accidents, and personal injury claims that get results. Residents across Connecticut have depended on us to fight for maximum compensation for over a decade.
Call 860-325-7347 today to learn how we can put our insight to work for you. Your consultation is free.
Common Causes Of Crashes
Distracted drivers are responsible for a large number of motor vehicle accidents in Connecticut, but they aren’t the only cause of fender benders or catastrophic collisions. Other wrecks occur due to:
- Drunk drivers
- Drowsy or fatigued drivers
- Drivers who are texting or talking on the phone
- Inadequately trained commercial drivers
- Reckless driving such as speeding and tailgating
- Failure to indicate a lane change or to stop at intersections
This is only a short list of examples. If you don’t see the cause of your accident here, just talk to us.
Were you injured while driving for work? You may be able to file a workers’ compensation claim and a third-party liability claim. Talk to us today to learn more.
Partially To Blame For The Accident? Don’t Give Up.
If you believe that you were partially to blame for a crash, you may not think that you have a strong accident claim. However, Connecticut’s comparative negligence laws protect motor vehicle accident victims’ rights to receive a portion of compensation for damages. Contact us today to see what your claim may be worth. We have the experience to accurately value your motor vehicle accident claim.
Other Vehicle Accident Cases We Handle
Our attorneys have helped countless drivers recover compensation for accidents involving:
We relish a legal battle, whether it takes place around a negotiating table or in a courtroom. As trial-tested attorneys and seasoned negotiators, we have the legal skills to hold at-fault parties and their insurers responsible for the losses you and your loved ones have suffered and answer your questions, including:
Is Connecticut a no-fault car accident state?
As of 1994, Connecticut is no longer a no-fault state. Instead, it is an at-fault state, meaning that the party that caused the accident is responsible for paying the cost of their victim’s recovery and other costs.
How long does it take to settle a car accident claim in Connecticut?
Every case is unique, and so is the time it takes to resolve these claims. Most times, a claim can take between six months and a year to settle. If extensive litigation is necessary, it could take longer than that, however.
How should you handle medical expenses while waiting for a car accident claim to be settled?
While you are waiting for the compensation you deserve in your claim, you may be able to submit your bills to your own insurance if you have “Medical Payment” (Med Pay) coverage. You can also try to ask your providers to wait for your case resolution before you pay your bills.
Call Our Watertown Attorneys’ And Get Started Today
Call our firm in Watertown at 860-325-7347 or email us to begin the conversation with an experienced car accident lawyer. We offer no-cost, no-pressure consultations because we want to help you regain control of your life after a motor vehicle accident. If we do not recover compensation for you, you pay us nothing. Connect with us today. Se habla español.