If you have been injured in a car accident, then you have a right to file an injury claim. Work with The Rotatori Law Firm, to receive representation from accident attorneys who have recovered more than 28 million dollars in settlements and verdicts.
When you choose our Stamford car accident attorney, you can be confident that your case is in good hands and that we will push your cause to the very end, seeking to recover the maximum amount of compensation.
In the days following your accident, you may consider what the help of an attorney can do to make the claims process easier. At The Rotatori Law Firm, we have handled many car accident cases and understand the complexities of each individual case.
If you have faced difficulties in filing your claim or have been denied the treatment you deserve, contact our office for a free case evaluation. By consulting with an attorney, you may better understand your opportunities for financial recovery and can have a team to help you as you adjust to life after your accident.
Connecticut Statutes §52-584 clearly states that the statute of limitations for injury claims is two years. The statute begins on the date of your accident and the deadline is very strict. If you don't file and settle your claim before the statute expires, you lose your legal right to pursue compensation.
If you want to fight for compensation, it's vital that you do so before the statute expires. Handling an injury claim while trying to recover from car accident injuries can be stressful. This is where our Stamford car accident attorneys come in - we will handle everything for you and ensure that we settle before the deadline while you focus on recovering from your injuries.
Connecticut is a “modified comparative negligence” state which means that even if you are partially at fault for the accident that led to your injuries you are still eligible to pursue compensation. In this scenario your percentage of fault and your compensation awarded to you would be determined separately and, in the end, your total compensation won will be reduced by your percentage of fault.
For example, if you are found to be 10% at fault for a car accident the compensation the court awards you will be reduced by 10%. Connecticut, does, however, bar anyone more than 50% at fault from filing a claim.
Car accidents are costly and can often lead to long-term injuries.
They require a great deal of:
While money can't undo the damage that has already been done, it can help speed up recovery and make up for wages lost in the process. Whether you were injured by a distracted driver or a drunk driver, we are here for you.
Our firm can help you pursue compensation for:
When you work with us, you receive the following:
Car accidents occur every day and many of them can result in serious injury to yourself or someone you love. If you have been injured in an accident, it's important to understand what damages you may be able to receive financial compensation for.
The following are some of the injuries that may qualify for monetary compensation:
Car accidents are very common in Connecticut and make up a majority of personal injury claims. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), driver error is the leading cause of car accidents in the country. This means that most car accidents are in fact preventable.
The most common causes of car accidents in Connecticut:
Although we may do our best to drive safely, we cannot depend on others to do so. If you have suffered injuries because of another driver's careless actions, contact us for help filing a claim.
Car accidents can be incredibly stressful. It's important to take the appropriate steps following an accident to start on the road to recovery.
Once you have checked yourself and others for injuries, you should do the following:
Do not put off speaking with our experienced Stamford car accident attorney. The sooner you get started on your claim, the more time we will have to examine evidence and build a strong case. Our attorneys offer a free consultation with every case, so you have nothing to lose.