Car accidents can be painful ordeals long after initial impact. Victims must navigate through a maze of medical bills and insurance forms, all while trying to recover from serious injuries. Insurers often pressure injured parties to sign legal documents that can limit the ability to get the maximum compensation available.
With all this stress, life can seem overwhelming and unfair. You need someone on your side, advocating for your rights from the very beginning. That’s where we come in. The Flood Law Firm is here to seek justice on your behalf.
The law is designed to protect you from the negative outcomes of a car accident. This is why all drivers in Connecticut are required to carry liability insurance. Your diminished quality of life, from medical bills, lost income and pain and suffering, are all recognized under Connecticut law as compensable damages.
However, the law does have limitations. If you’re injured in a car accident, you have two years from the date of the accident to seek damages in court. There are usually no limitations for filing with your insurance company, but there are reasons to do so in a timely manner.
Ordinarily, an insurance company will look to save money by offering what they feel is the lowest reasonable amount. By accepting their offer, you lose your chance of being fully compensated. The Flood Law Firm can deal with insurance companies on your behalf, so you can focus on recovery.
When The Flood Law Firm takes an auto accident case, we get to work right away. Our job is to do more than win your case, we’re here to help you get your life back on track. On your behalf we can:
The Flood Law Firm may be able to alleviate the physical, emotional and financial burden of a car accident by seeking compensation for:
The Flood Law Firm is proud to help car accident victims in Connecticut. We drive on the same roads you do, let’s help make our roads safer together.
If you’ve been seriously hurt in an auto accident, please call us today at [ifbyphone] or fill out our form for a free case evaluation. We have four offices across the state ready to assist you.