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Norwalk CT Personal Injury Attorney

Bridgeport, Norwalk, Danbury, Ridgefield, Stamford, Connecticut

A Norwalk CT personal injury attorney can help you in so many ways with your serious injury case or a wrongful death case. Each day, people are involved in accidents where they are either seriously injured, or sadly, died as a result of the negligence of another. These accidents can involve a car, motorcycle, bicycle, truck, bus, taxi, train, hit and run, drunk driver, slip and fall, trip and fall, product liability case, premises liability case, UIM case, uninsured motorist case, or can involve Dr. malpractice, hospital malpractice or medical malpractice.

These are very serious cases and insurance companies want to pay the injured party, or the estate of the person who was killed, the very least amount of money possible. Because this is big business, insurance companies and insurance adjusters have methods and business practices that they use to make sure they pay you the least amount of money possible for your Connecticut accident or injury case. In fact, some of these business practices and tactics might shock you. If you attempt to represent yourself without first getting the advice of a Norwalk Connecticut personal injury attorney then you could very well severely reduce the value of your case, or in the most extreme situations, destroy your case completely.

Our Norwalk CT personal injury attorney will be happy to speak with you and provide you with free legal advice. Please call our toll-free number at 888-842-8466 and speak with a Norwalk CT personal injury attorney right away. You can also visit our website at www.HCWLAW.com and download a free copy of our book “The Crash Course on Personal Injury Claims.” You can also schedule a free, in office consultation, with our Norwalk CT personal injury attorney so that you can discuss the facts of your case and get your rights explained to you. The book, the telephone call, and advice are all free. You need to get this very valuable information right away from our Norwalk CT personal injury attorney.

Many times injured parties are concerned that they do not have any money to hire in Norwalk CT personal injury attorney. We handle these cases on a contingency fee basis and we advance the cost to develop your case. We are only repaid those monies if we are successful in obtaining money damages for you. If we do not collect money damages for you, then you will owe us know legal fees and you will not have to repay us our costs. We take all of the financial risk in representing you. The only thing you need to do is concentrate on getting better and follow through with our instructions. The stakes in these cases are way too high for you to proceed without the advice of an experienced Norwalk, Connecticut personal injury attorney. Do not wait until it’s too late. Don’t delay, contact us today.

Connecticut Accidents Caused by Drunk Drivers

Bridgeport, Norwalk, Danbury, Ridgefield, Stamford, Connecticut

If you have been seriously injured in a Connecticut motor vehicle accident case, caused by a drunk driver, there are a number of issues which may need to be investigated to properly develop your case. It is very important that you contact a Connecticut accident attorney who has experience in handling cases involving drunk drivers. Many people who are seriously injured in Connecticut accident cases involving drunk drivers and do not contact an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer until they have made a number of mistakes in attempting to handle the case on their own. We utilized the services of a private investigator who can get to work immediately on investigating your Connecticut drunk driving accident case.

In some Connecticut drunk driving accident cases, the drunk driver leaves the scene of the accident and, in certain instances, cannot be located. There are many different ways that we can investigate recovering money damages for you. The first place that we can turn to, quite naturally, is to the insurance company of the drunk driver that caused your accident. If there is no insurance or not enough insurance to properly compensate you for your case, then we can investigate other potential sources of payment for you. For example, we may be able to assert a claim against the bar, liquor store, restaurant or nightclub that served the drunk driver alcohol. We may be able to pursue either an under insured motorist claim or an uninsured motorist claim. We have decades of experience in representing Connecticut injury victims and their families and we have written the book on Connecticut personal injury law.

Visit our website at www.HCWLAW.com and download a free copy of our book “The Crash Course on Personal Injury Claims.” In this very informative book, you will learn what you should be doing and what you should not be doing as it relates to your Connecticut personal injury case. We will advise you as to how to get better medical care, we will tell you how to properly develop your lost wage claim, we will tell you about the types of medical care and treatment you should be receiving, we will advise you as to what you should be telling your doctors, and we will tell you how to help us get more money for your case. You can call our toll-free number at 888-842-8466 and speak with one of our Connecticut drunk driving accident lawyers right away so you can get your questions answered on the telephone. If you would prefer, you can schedule a free, no obligation, office consultation where we will review the facts of your Connecticut drunk driving accident with you in detail and specifically advise you as to what you should be doing. You can even fill out our brief online form and give us some basic information about your case and we will be happy to contact you.

Many times people are hesitant in contacting our Connecticut personal injury lawyers because they do not think they can afford to hire a very experienced accident attorney. Our firm takes these cases on a contingency fee basis which means we only get paid if we recover money damages for you. If there is no recovery, then you will Lois no legal fees. We will also advance the cost to properly develop your case. Again, those costs are only repaid if we collect money damages for you. If there is no recovery, then you will owe us know costs. You do not have to worry about coming up with any money out-of-pocket because you have enough to be concerned about. We want you to concentrate on getting better. We will handle everything else. Do not delay and wait until it’s too late. Contact us today


Bridgeport, Norwalk, Danbury, Ridgefield, Stamford, Connecticut

If you have been seriously injured in some type of car, motorcycle, truck, dog bite attack, slip and fall accident, premises liability case, medical malpractice action, pedestrian accident, hit-and-run accident, bicycle accident, or some other type of Connecticut accident resulting in injury, there are a great number of issues that you need to discuss with an experienced CT accident lawyer as soon as possible. If you do not have your case properly investigated, at the earliest possible moment, then you run the very real risk that you can severely jeopardize your case because of mistakes that you might make that may be irreversible.

We have all heard the expression “honesty is the best policy,” and nowhere is this saying more important than in your dealings with your CT Accident Lawyer. Insurance companies and defense attorneys have databases of information regarding your past medical care, medical history, accidents that you have been involved in, motor vehicle violations that you have been charged with, insurance claims that you have filed, lawsuits that you have been involved with, your criminal history, and just about any other information which you could possibly think of. If you lie to your attorney, because you think that if this information became known it would hurt your case, then you will be seriously harming the potential value of your case because once this information becomes known by the insurance company’s lawyer, then your credibility will be seriously undermined. So make sure you keep any and all lies from your Connecticut accident lawyer.

When you go in to see a CT accident lawyer or personal injury attorney it is extremely important that you be honest with that lawyer from the very start. If you have been involved in previous accidents, let your attorney know that fact. If you have pre-existing injuries that affect the same body parts that have been injured in this current accident, let your attorney know that fact. If you have prior insurance claims, if you have a criminal record, if you have received a number of motor vehicle violations, and if there is any other information which you feel would be in your best interest to keep private and or lie about then you must be honest with your attorney and give that information to your lawyer.

Our CT accident lawyers have been representing injured parties and their families, as well as the estates of deceased persons killed in wrongful death actions, for decades. We have been nationally recognized for our work and have received a number number of prestigious awards and accolades. We also know how to handle information which might later prove to be harmful to our clients by making that known up front. Our website contains a wealth of free information that has been provided so as to enable the reader to develop a greater insight into Connecticut accident law.

Please visit our website at www.HCWLAW.com and download a copy of our free book. Learn what you should be doing, what you should not be doing, how to get better medical care, how to get better quicker, and how you can help your attorney get you more money for your personal injury case. You can also call our toll-free number at 888-842-8466 and speak directly with one of our CT accident lawyers. We will be happy to answer your questions and advise you as to what you should be doing. You can also schedule a free, no obligation consultation with one of our attorneys where we can review your case in detail and specifically advise you as to what you should be doing. You can also fill out our brief online form and give us some very basic information about your case. We will then contact you. We will even travel to your hospital or home if you are unable to get out. Get this very important, FREE, information today.

CT Snow and Ice Accident and Injury Cases

Bridgeport, Norwalk, Danbury, Ridgefield, Stamford, Connecticut

If you have been hospitalized as a result of an accident that occurred as a result of snow and ice either in a car or because you slipped and fell then you need immediate legal representation. Snow and ice cases present unique fact patterns and situations that require immediate investigation. What was the cause of your slip and fall? What caused the other car to skid out of control? How long was this condition present? What notice did the at fault party have of this condition? Had this happened before at or near the same location? What was the weather like before this accident? What other parties could be liable? These and other issues need to be investigated.

In Connecticut, winter weather mean lots of snow and ice, including black ice, that creates problems for people driving on the roads, walking on sidewalks or in parking lots, shopping at stores, visiting businesses, going to see friends or relatives and trying to move about outdoors. Snow and ice conditions can create dangerous situations for pedestrians who are injured in slip-and-fall accidents or for motorists who are injured in motor vehicle accidents. Property owners and those that have the care, custody and control of a property have a responsibility to reasonably protect those that are on their property and may be held liable for the injuries and damages that result from an accident that occurs on snow or ice due to their substandard care or negligence. In certain cases, the contractor who was responsible for removing the snow and ice hazard may also be held liable for an injured party’s damages resulting from their negligence. Our firm has decades of experience in representing people who have been injured in snow and ice accidents as well as other types of premises liability and other accidents. We know how to determine who is responsible for your injuries and how to get you compensated for your losses.

One of the issues that might come up in your CT  snow and ice case is foreseeable risk. The CT jury instructions state as follows:

To prove that an injury is a reasonably foreseeable consequence of negligent
conduct, a plaintiff need not prove that the defendant actually foresaw or
should have foreseen the extent of the harm suffered or the manner in which
it occurred. Instead, the plaintiff must prove that it is a harm of the
same general nature as that which a reasonably prudent person in the
defendant’s position should have anticipated, in view of what the defendant
knew or should have known at the time of the negligent conduct.

It is important to keep in mind that insurance companies have a team of experts working hard looking for ways to pay you the least amount of money possible for your case. You can help them in paying you as little money as possible every time you speak to the insurance company or insurance adjuster. You have to realize that the insurance company representative is not your friend and is not looking to help you. Their job is to save the insurance company money. So do not speak with them and do not agree to give a recorded statement but instead. Don’t forget that anything you say can and will be used against you.  So before you hire an attorney, speak to an insurance company representative or sign anything get a copy of our FREE book “The Crash Course on Personal Injury Claims” or call us right away and speak to one of our lawyers at (888) CT-LAW 00.

Snow and Ice Accidents Resulting in a Traumatic Brain Injury

Bridgeport, Norwalk, Danbury, Ridgefield, Stamford, Connecticut

An accident or injury case in Connecticut involving snow and ice,

a slip and fall or cause resulting in a traumatic brain
injury of an individual can be devastating to the family of the innocent
victim. Any traumatic brain injury claim must be investigated immediately
so the rights of the survivor are protected. You need an experienced
traumatic brain injury lawyer to help you through this most difficult time


CT snow and ice cases can result in a traumatic brain injury, or TBI,  if the slip and fall causes the injured  person’s head to come into contact, with great force, a hard object such as a sidewalk, driveway, parking lot, step, curb, pavement or other blunt or hard object that causes the brain to smash against the interior surface of the person’s skull. A traumatic brain injury resulting from a snow and ice case presents a number of very complicated issues that must be addressed which requires the involvement of an experienced personal injury lawyer familiar with the investigation, development and prosecution of a TBI case. Our office has decades of experience in dealing with all types of accident and injury cases, snow and ice cases and traumatic brain injury cases involving car accidents, slip and falls, sports injuries, premises liability and other types of negligence.


Clients are often curious about how we go about proving fault or
liability on the part of the person that caused their accident. The
Connecticut General Statutes set forth how individuals are to behave, what is required of them, including how they operate their vehicles. If a person is found to have violated one of these sections, then fault can be established. One such section that might apply in a snow and ice accident case involving a brain injury is Connecticut General Statute Section 14-240 which states:

Vehicles to be driven reasonable distance apart. (a) No driver
of a motor vehicle shall follow another vehicle more closely than is
reasonable and prudent, having regard for the speed of such vehicles, the
traffic upon and the condition of the highway and weather conditions.


Injured, hurt, angry, and/or confused as a result of your loved one’s brain injury case

? You have so many different emotions that you are confronted with on a daily basis. Let us help you get answers to all of the questions you have to help put your mind at ease. Put our decades of legal experience to work for you. Let us handle the insurance company; you have your health to deal with. Contact us to get a FREE copy of or book “The
Crash Course on Personal Injury Claims in Connecticut”. Visit us online at
www.hcwlaw.com and order the book or tell us about your case or call us at
(888) 842-8466 to get your questions answered right away or to schedule a
free consultation.

CT Car Accident Cases and Determing Liability

Bridgeport, Norwalk, Danbury, Ridgefield, Stamford, Connecticut

Being deeply concerned about your situation after your Connecticut car accident case is very typical. Your body hurts. You cannot sleep, your mind races, how are you going to survive financially? We are here to help take the pressure off you so you can just worry about getting better.

You have probably to come this website looking for information because either you need the help of an accident or injury lawyer or a friend or loved one has been injured or has suffered a wrongful death. We can provide you with FREE assistance and help in one of three ways:

1.     Call us toll free at (888) CT-LAW 00 and speak to us directly so we can answer whatever questions you might have. There is no charge or no obligation for this free call;

2.     Fill out our brief online email form and we will get right back to you so we can answer your questions; and

3.     Request our FREE book “The Crash Course on Personal Injury Claims” by visiting www.hcwlaw.com and filling out our two question request form so you can find out what you should and should not be doing.

People often contact us about their injury cases and want to know what damages they can recover but before an injured party can get to the issue of many damages, they
must first establish the fault of the other party. One way that fault or
liability can be established is by proving a violation of the Connecticut
General Statements that deals with the operation of a motor vehicle. One
such statutory section is  14-233, which reads:

Passing on right. The driver of a vehicle may overtake and
pass upon the right of another vehicle only when conditions permit such
movement in safety and under the following conditions: (1) When the vehicle
overtaken is making or has signified the intention to make a left turn; (2)
when lines of vehicles traveling in the same direction in adjoining traffic
lanes have come to a stop or have reduced their speed; (3) upon a one-way
street free from obstructions and of sufficient width for two or more lines
of moving vehicles; (4) upon a limited access highway or parkway free from
obstructions with three or more lanes provided for traffic in one direction.
Such movement shall not be made by driving off the pavement or main-traveled
portion of the highway except where lane designations, signs, signals or
markings provide for such movement.

Put our decades of legal experience to work for you. Let our Harvard Law School trained negotiator deal with the insurance company. Let us worry about your case so you can do everything you need to do to get better. The call, the book and the consultation are all FREE. Call us at (888) 842-8466. Visit us at www.hcwlaw.com and get additional information or tell us about your case online. We’ll deal with the insurance company, you get well!