Motor vehicle accidents can result in serious injuries or even death. Victims of such injury causing accidents deserve to be compensated for their injuries and losses. If you wish to file a lawsuit for damages, contact our Waterbury car accident lawyers from the Law Offices of James A. Welcome for help. With years of experience working in the legal field of personal injury law, we are more than prepared to help you seek financial recompense for your car accident. When you choose to enlist our supportive assistance, you can be confident that you will receive the personalized legal solutions that you need and the supportive assistance that you deserve.
We serve clients in Waterbury, Norwalk, and Danbury.
No matter the precautions taken, at any given moment, you or a loved one can become the victim of a car accident. At the Law Offices of James A. Welcome, we have helped countless individuals living in Norwalk who were injured in a car accident.
Our firm has seen that some of the most common car accidents to occur on Norwalk roads include:
If you have been injured in a car accident, it is in your best interest to speak with our firm's Norwalk personal injury attorneys as soon as possible to learn about your legal rights as an injured victim and how you can file a personal injury claim.
In the aftermath of an accident, you will need a proven attorney on your side to help you recover damages. When you work with a Waterbury lawyer from the Law Offices of James A. Welcome, you will be asked the following questions concerning your collision:
All of the questions listed above are important factors in determining who should be held liable for your accident and to what degree he or she should be held liable. We can review the details of your case to figure out the best way to move forward with your car accident claim.
There is no time to waste when filing a car accident claim for compensation in the state of Connecticut. If you've been injured, we urge you to contact our office today. Connecticut law requires all motor vehicle drivers to carry a minimum amount of liability insurance. Specifically, $20,000 per person for bodily injury and $10,000 for property damages that do not include damages to your own vehicle.
If your insurance company is refusing to pay out on your claim even though you can prove that you were not at fault for the accident, then the Law Offices of James A. Welcome can help. Don't wait to contact us today about your case. We can immediately begin the review process.