Fairfield County Accident Lawyers and Injury Attorneys- If you have been injured in a Connecticut truck, car, motorcycle, train, bus, taxi, pedestrian, hit and run or any other type of accident in any of the following Fairfield County CT towns or neighborhoods, Bethel, Branchville, Bridgeport, Brookfield, Byram, Cos Cob, Danbury, Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Georgetown, Glenville, Greenfield Hill, Greenwich, Hawleyville, Huntington, Long Hill, Lyons Plain, Monroe, New Canaan, New Fairfield, Newtown, Nichols, Noroton, Noroton Heights, Norwalk, Redding, Redding Ridge, Ridgefield, Riverside, Round Hill, Sandy Hook, Saugatuck, Shelton, Sherman, Southport, Stafford, Stamford, Stepney, Stratford, Trumbull, Weston, Westport, or Wilton, we can help you recover money damages from the responsible party or parties. We have multiple office locations throughout Fairfield County CT and we can meet with you at one of our multiple office locations. If you are unable to travel to meet with us we can meet with you at your home, at the hospital or any other place that is convenient for you.
If you have been seriously injured and transported to a hospital because of your Connecticut motor vehicle accident case then you need immediate legal counsel so you can get your rights explained to you as soon as possible by an experienced Fairfield County Accident Lawyer before you do something that seriously hurts your injury claim. Visit us at www.hcwlaw.com to get a copy of our FREE book "The Crash Course on Personal Injury Claims in Connecticut." Our FREE book, which will be emailed to you right away, tells you what to do, what not to do, how to get better quicker, and how you can help your attorney get you more money for your case. The information contained in this book could get you thousands, if not tens of thousands, of dollars more for your CT accident or injury case.
There are many reason why a Connecticut injury or accident claim might settle before trial. One reason that a case might settle is the fact that there is a great deal of uncertainty as to what a jury might do and how much money the jury might award. A jury must make determinations and decisions as to a variety of issues which could range from liability, to contributory negligence to the validity of special defenses to damages and injuries.
Before a jury determines what facts have been proven and how the law should be applied to the facts the jury must be "charged" by the trial court judge. Jury charges, which are read by the judge to the jury, instruct the jurors on how to apply the law of the State of Connecticut to the facts they have found to exist. One of the charges the judge might give to the jury, which would address the issue of comparative negligence could be as follows:
The defendant has filed a special defense alleging that the plaintiff's injuries were legally caused by the plaintiff's own negligence. The defendant must prove the elements of this special defense by a preponderance of the evidence. Specifically, the defendant must prove that the plaintiff was negligent in one or more of the ways specified in the special defense and that such negligence was a legal cause of any of the plaintiff's injuries.
There is so much you need to do and you need to know. You need to concentrate on tending to your medical needs and the needs of your family. Let an experienced team of legal professionals take care of your case and all of the issues that need to be investigated and researched so you can just worry about getting better. So do not hire an injury attorney or accident lawyer, do not say anything to anyone from the insurance company, do not give a statement of any kind without first speaking with an experienced accident attorney or sign any type of paperwork or any insurance company documents until you read a copy of our FREE book "The Crash Course on Personal Injury Cases in Connecticut". Learn what you must do, what you should never do, learn how your accident or injury claim put together, researched and developed. Learn what insurance companies don't want you to know, how they go about paying you less money and what you can do about these tactics in an effort to get more money for your case. Call us at today at (888) 244-5480, or visit us at www.hcwlaw.com and get additional information or fill out our online form and tell us about your case. We'll call you and answer your questions. Don't get hurt a second time, get the answers you need today!