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Connecticut Taxi Accident Attorney

Stamford Public Transportation Injury Attorney

Injured in a taxi accident? Metropolitan areas like Bridgeport and Stamford rely on taxi cabs and public transportation to move millions of people on streets every year. Some taxi and bus drivers, however, seem more interested in picking up their next fare or meeting their tight schedules. Every year, people are seriously injured while riding a city bus or get struck by a cab while walking on the street.

If you were injured while riding in a Stamford cab or bus, or after being hit by a cab or city bus, you are entitled to seek full and fair money damages for your costs and expenses relating to:

  • Medical expenses and treatment
  • Lost earnings and wages
  • Assistive devices and physical therapy
  • Pain and suffering

At the Brian D. Kaschel Law Office, you can count on aggressive representation to fight for the compensation you deserve. I am responsive to your concerns and needs, dedicated to offering a high level of client service and focused on getting you the maximum money damages your case deserves. You have rights. I’ll protect them.

There may be a limited period of time in which to file your claim. Even if you are not sure of the extent of your injuries or whether you have a legitimate claim for damages, it is important to talk to an experienced personal injury lawyer.

I offer a free consultation and will handle your personal injury claim on contingency. I cover all costs of investigating, preparing and litigating your case. You won’t pay attorneys fees unless you receive money in a settlement or by jury award.

Contact my law office today online or by telephone in Fairfield at (203) 259-5251 or Stamford (203) 356-1475  to arrange a consultation to discuss your options and learn more about the process. The personal injury lawyer you hire will often make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.

 

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