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PLEASE NOTE: In order to best serve our clients, our office will remain open for business. To protect your safety in response to the threats of COVID-19, we are offering our clients and prospective clients the ability to meet with us in person, via telephone or through video conferencing.

Suffering a vehicle accident in Connecticut can be shocking and painful. Each accident claim has its own value, and it typically value varies from one accident to another and from one person to another. The non-economic and economic losses you suffer in the auto accident will determine the worth of your claim.

Economic damages in a car accident might include property damage and lost wages. Meanwhile, non-economic ones include disability, life expectancy, physical injury and pain and suffering. A personal injury attorney can help you to seek the most compensation possible to cover these two types of losses in an injury accident.

In addition, a doctor can rate your injury and analyze how it has altered your life. The doctor will evaluate your range of motion and determine whether you meet permanent disability requirements. This information may help you in your personal injury claim.

It behooves someone who’s been hurt in an auto accident stemming from the negligence of another party to contact an attorney and pursue a claim for financial relief as soon as possible. This is because the sooner you get in touch with an attorney, the more quickly evidence can be collected in support of your legal claim and your case can effectively be built. The claims process is often lengthy so that an injury’s full impact is accounted for and understood. Competent proof of negligence is needed in order to sufficiently establish liability in your case, at which time a civil court judge will determine your damage claims in your favor in Connecticut.