Middlebury Car Accident Attorneys
Car Accidents in Connecticut
If you have been injured in a car accident, hiring a lawyer immediately is the surest way to receive maximum compensation for your losses. When you work with Griffin Injury Law, LLC, our Middlebury car accident lawyers can thoroughly investigate your accident, accurately calculate your losses, negotiate with your insurance company, and fight for a fair and full settlement.
Common Car Accident Injuries in Connecticut
In Connecticut, car accidents often lead to serious and even catastrophic injuries for one or more parties involved. The type and extent of the injuries depend on several factors, including the direction of the crash impact, how fast the vehicles were travelling, and whether the occupants were wearing seat belts.
Common injuries that result from auto collisions include:
- Broken bones
- Internal bleeding
- Torn ligaments
- Spinal cord damage
- Herniated discs
- Skin burns
- Organ injuries
- Traumatic brain injury
- Lost wages
How Much Compensation Can I Recover?
If you have been the unfortunate victim of a vehicle crash, there is no amount of money that can fully compensate for the pain and suffering you have undergone. However, you are likely entitled to a substantial financial award that can help you cover the cost of medical bills, physical therapy, and rehabilitation expenses. Compensation may also be available for other losses, including lost wages, diminished earning capacity, and property damage.
The amount of compensation you can recover in your car accident claim depends on:
- The severity of your injuries
- Accident-related medical bills
- Loss of income and earning capacity
- Emotional pain and suffering
- Vehicle damage
- How much each party was at fault
- The policy limit of insurance companies
Each person’s situation is different, and the specific amount of compensation they may be entitled to varies significantly. It is important to consult with an experienced team of attorneys to receive the most accurate estimate of the value of your claim. Failure to appropriately calculate the compensation you deserve can result in receiving a settlement that is less than you are owed.
Modified Comparative Negligence Rule
If you are involved in a car accident in Connecticut, you must prove that the other party is liable for your accident in order to claim damages. Modified comparative negligence laws acknowledge that both parties may share some portion of the blame. If the court finds that you are 50% at fault for the accident, and your total losses are calculated to be $100,000, you would receive $50,000.
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