Connecticut Child Injury Cases and Getting your Questions Answered!

Posted by Richard P. Hastings | Nov 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

If your child has been injured in some type of a Connecticut accident case whether it involves a car or truck, motorcycle or bicycle, crosswalk or school bus, playground or sports injury, dog bite, slip and fall or trip and fall, or any other type of accident then this case not only involves your child but also your family. Unlike a Connecticut accident case where one of the parents is injured, a Connecticut child injury case presents a great number of complications that require that you obtain immediate answers to a great number of questions. You need to speak with an experienced Connecticut child injury attorney as soon as possible after your child's Connecticut accident case so you can be fully advised as to what you need to do and what you should not be doing.

As the parent of a teenager who was involved in a Connecticut car accident case, I know full well from personal experience the great number of concerns that a parent will have after seeing their child suffer in an accident caused by the fault of another. First and foremost, when you first find out about your child's accident you will be concerned about their physical condition. How seriously are the injured? Will there be a long recuperative period? How much pain will they endure? How great will their suffering be? What types of doctors should they be seeing? What can you be doing to make sure that they get better as quickly as possible? Will they be left with a permanent injury? And what can you be doing to improve your child's situation and help to maximize the amount of money that they will be able to receive for their injuries and damages?

Seeing your child suffer is one of the greatest pains that a parent can endure. Helping to reduce the amount of suffering that your child experiences is one of your greatest concerns. What should you be doing? What should you not be doing? How can you get your child better medical care? What should you be telling your child's doctor? How can you help your child get better quicker? And what can you be doing to help improve the amount of money that your child can collect as a result of their injuries and damages? These are all very valid questions that require immediate answers. But if your child has been involved in a Connecticut accident case and has been injured, chances are that you will not know what to do first or who to turn to for help.

Our Connecticut child injury attorneys and accident lawyers know and understand what you are going through. We have developed many resources for you to use to obtain this valuable free information so that you can get a better handle on what you need to be doing, what you should not be doing, and how you can make your child's situation somewhat better. Please visit our website where you can read our articles on child injury law,  watch our videos on child injury cases, or download a free copy of our book "The Crash Course on Child Injury Cases in Connecticut." You can also fill out our brief online form and give us some basic information about your child's injury case and one of our experienced Connecticut child accident lawyers will contact you.

You can also call our toll-free number at 888-244-5480 and speak with one of our experienced Connecticut child injury attorneys and get your questions answered over the telephone. If you would prefer, you can schedule a free consultation where one of our Connecticut child accident lawyers will sit down with you and discuss the facts of your child's case and specifically advise you as to what you should be doing. If your child's injuries prevent you from traveling, then we will be happy to meet with you at either the hospital, your home, or some other convenient location. You should know that we take these cases on a contingency fee basis and advance the costs to develop your child's case. In other words, we are not paid a fee and we do not recover our costs unless and until we recover money damages for your child. If there is no recovery, then you will owe us no fees and no costs. We take all of the financial risk so that you can concentrate on what's most important which is seeing to it that your child gets better as quickly as possible.

There are many, many mistakes which you can make in attempting to handle your child's injury case on your own before you get the advice of an experienced Connecticut Child injury lawyer. Do not wait until you have made one of these mistakes before contacting an experienced Connecticut child accident lawyer. Contact us today so that you can understand what you need to be doing as it relates to your child's Connecticut injury case.

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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