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Getting Money For Your Connecticut Hit and Run Case

Getting Money For Your Connecticut Hit and Run Case

If someone has been the victim of a Connecticut hit and run accident, many times they are concerned that they are not going to be able to get compensated for their injuries because the police could not locate the driver of the car that hit them. If the police do not find the driver of the vehicle that hit you and caused your injuries, then you can turn to the uninsured motorist provision of your motor vehicle insurance policy, or in certain cases any resident member of your household. You should contact an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after your Connecticut hit and run accident so that a lawyer can be involved in the development of your case and determine what type of insurance coverage there is available to you. These types of cases present an interesting twist in that you are not going against the insurance company of the at fault driver but rather you are filing a claim against your own insurance company who steps into the shoes of the driver that could not be located.

A Connecticut uninsured motorist case presents an interesting number of issues which are very different from a case involving a claim against a third-party. The chances that you will make a mistake in attempting to represent yourself in this type of the Connecticut accident case are increased because of the fact that you have a duty to cooperate with your own insurance company which you would not have if you were dealing with a third party's insurance company. You should not attempt to represent yourself in a Connecticut uninsured motorist case until you first speak with an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer.

Our Connecticut accident attorneys and injury lawyers are happy to speak with accident and injury victims and provide them with free advice. We have even written the book on Connecticut personal injury law which you can download for free by visiting our website. This comprehensive book will tell you what to do and what not to do in your hit and run case. It will advise you what to do when you go to see your doctor. It will tell you how to get better medical care. It will tell you how to get better quicker. It will tell you how to properly develop your loss of income claim. It will give you keywords and buzz phrases that you should use when you meet with your doctor. It will also advise you what you need to do to help your lawyer get you more money for your case.

Some people like to read about their particular type of case before speaking with a Connecticut personal injury lawyer. We understand that but we want you to know that you do not need to know what questions to ask us because we will walk you through the process once you contact us. We have decades of experience in representing injured parties and their families. We will ask you questions about your case and then we will advise you as to what you need to do. We will also be happy to answer any questions which you might have. You can speak with one of our Connecticut accident lawyers by calling our toll-free number at 888-244-5480. You can also schedule a no obligation, free consultation, with one of our Connecticut personal injury attorneys. We are here to help you and we know what you were going through. Please let us put our decades of experience to work for you so you know what you should be doing. After you get this valuable information, you can then make an intelligent decision as to how you would like to handle your case. If we do not think you need an attorney, we will tell you that fact. Do not delay and do something that might otherwise jeopardize your case by waiting to contact an experienced Connecticut accident and injury lawyer.

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