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WHAT INFORMATION TO KEEP FROM YOUR CT ACCIDENT LAWYER

WHAT INFORMATION TO KEEP FROM YOUR CT ACCIDENT LAWYER

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 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 888-244-5480 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.

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