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Unfortunately, car accidents are a commonplace occurrence on Connecticut roads. Although most fender benders are minor and result in little more than a few scrapes and bruises, more serious accidents can have life-altering consequences. If you’ve been involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, you may wonder how to claim compensation. Here are...

How Do I File a Lawsuit in Connecticut

There are two court systems, (Small Claims Court and Superior Court), available for lawsuits to be commenced to seek money for injuries you sustained, whether caused by a motor vehicle accident, medical malpractice, a slip and fall, a dog bite, or other incidents in which you were injured. In both Court systems, a Summons and...

Money Compensation for Dog Bites in Connecticut

Connecticut has a law that spells out your rights if you are injured in any way by a dog. It is called the “Dog Bite Statute”, General Statutes section 22-357. Under the law, you are entitled to make a claim for monetary compensation by proving: The injury was caused by the dog, and At the...

What is a “Contingency Fee” and how does it work?

Will your representation of me cost me anything? As a personal injury attorney who only represents people who have been hurt I am often asked these questions. They are important questions to answer. All of my cases are handled on a “Contingency Fee” basis. Put simply, my representation of you will not require you to...