Just about all automobile accident lawyers in Connecticut are paid on a contingency fee basis – the legal fee is a percentage of any gross settlement amount or court verdict. The percentage is sliding scale set by statute. For example, 33% of the first $300,000, 25% of the next $300,000 and so on down…

Injuries caused by a drunk driver are senseless. A driver swills too much and gets behind the wheel with unfortunate consequences. It could have so easily been avoided. Hail a cab. Phone a friend. Take a walk. Or of course, not drinking at all. Drunk drivers are selfish. According to a recent study performed by…

Not everyone who was in a car accident needs a lawyer. For example, if there is little or no property damage and no injuries no need to get a lawyer involved. But when a driver or passenger is injured, you should at least consult with an attorney. Here are some reasons why and what a…

You were involved in a car accident in Connecticut. An adjuster representing the insurance company of the other driver calls you. He or she wants information from you. Think of the insurance adjuster as of detective for the insurance company. They are trained in eliciting information from you which, even though it seems harmless at…

The most common car accident is the rear end collision. Unfortunately, even those that happen at a low rate of speed can cause significant injuries to both drivers and passengers. These injuries frequently include: whiplash head injury (including concussion) back injury (bulging disc, herniated disc) neck injury broken bones Unfortunately, injured parties may also suffer…

Connecticut has some the of the toughest laws in the country regarding texting and driving. And there is a movement to increase penalties for two time losers – ugh offenders. Bravo. We have all seen idiots texting and driving. I have witnessed these morons racing on I-95 doing it. Why would you sacrifice your life…

If you were in a car accident as a passenger, it probably involves one of the following situations: 1. The driver of the car in which you were traveling caused the accident; 2. The driver of another car is at fault for the accident; 3. The accident happened because of state or municipal negligence such…

It’s bad enough to be involved in a car accident. It’s even worse when the other driver flees the scene. In Connecticut, a driver operating a motor vehicle that has caused physical injury or property damage is obligated to stop and render assistance. At the scene, the driver is required to provide their name, address,…

Many people may have heard about the increasing number of accidents on Connecticut roadways. Sometimes, the people involved in car accidents may escape with minor injuries whereas for others, the accidents may prove fatal. Recently, a Connecticut woman was charged in a wrong-way car crash, almost nine months after the incident. At the time of…

  Rear end car accidents are the most common type of auto collision. Unfortunately, even those that happen at a low rate of speed can cause significant injuries to both drivers and passengers. These injuries frequently include: whiplash head injury (including concussion) back injury (bulging disc, herniated disc) neck injury broken bones Many of these…

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