Notice Provision Must Be Complied With on a Timely Basis

Posted by Richard P. Hastings | Oct 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

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What should you do? What should you not do? Have you done anything to harm

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You should be aware that studies have shown that experienced lawyers can negotiate settlements and obtain judgments that are many times higher than what the injured parties can negotiate for themselves.   In other words, in most cases, you will do better after paying the lawyer than you would if you attempted to negotiate your own settlement with insurance company claims adjusters. Your personal injury case could be fraught with many different complications and issues which would make handling your case without hiring a lawyer very difficult. An example of one of those types of issues might include:

NOTICE PROVISIONS

There are also certain notice provisions that have very short limitation periods, especially those that relate to local, state, or federal governmental entities.  In certain circumstances, if you do not comply with the statutory notice provisions, you may lose the right to file your lawsuit even if you act within the applicable statute of limitations period.

The statute of limitations in any particular case may be somewhat difficult to calculate, because a claim may involve different causes of action against different defendants.  Once you miscalculate when the statute has run or fail to properly provide statutory notice, your claim may be forever barred despite its validity or the extent of your damages.

Call us today to speak to us about your case. Our consultations are FREE. We can help answer your questions and we can put you at ease so you know what you need to be doing. We will even send you our book, "The Crash Course on Personal Injury Claims in Connecticut" for FREE.

To speak with a Connecticut Personal Injury Attorney today, call 888-244-5480. 

About the Author

Richard P. Hastings

Attorney Hastings concentrates his practice on personal injury and litigation. Devoted to helping those who have suffered some type of wrong, Richard P. Hastings concentrates his law practice on personal injury law.

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