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Meriden Personal Injury Lawyers

Every day, people are seriously injured in preventable accidents throughout Connecticut. Unfortunately, disregard for the safety and well-being of others  – at work, on the road, and even at hospitals – is behind many of these incidents.

If you or a family member have suffered serious injuries in an accident, The Flood Law Firm may be able to help you recover compensation. Our Meriden personal injury attorneys are here for you in your time of need. Call (860) 346-2695 at any time to arrange a free initial consultation with our experienced personal injury lawyers.

Why Choose Our Meriden Personal Injury Lawyers?

  • We won’t keep you in the dark. From day one of your personal injury case to the final settlement or jury verdict, you’ll stay in the know. We communicate openly with all of our clients.
  • We will do what it takes for successful results. We understand how insurance companies operate. We know how to get them to offer fair compensation – even if that means taking them to trial.
  • We don’t charge you for our services if we don’t win your personal injury case. Our Meriden attorneys operate on a contingency fee basis, with no fees charged to you until after we win.

Do You Have a Personal Injury Case in Meriden, Connecticut?

Personal injury cases typically center around the legal concept of negligence. Negligence in the legal sense occurs when a person or entity is obligated to act in a reasonable manner to keep others safe but, through action or lack of action, fails to do so and results in the injury of another.

This responsibility is referred to as a duty of care and it is considered a breach of duty when someone fails to meet it. An example of negligence is distracted driving. Drivers in Connecticut have a duty to reasonably prevent car accidents by driving prudently. Knowingly doing something dangerous, such as texting and driving, is negligence. If negligence causes an accident and someone else is injured, the negligent party will be liable for damages. This means the at-fault party will owe the victim financial compensation.

Do You Need an Attorney in Meriden?

It isn’t always easy to obtain fair compensation after a serious injury.  Nearly all personal injury claims pursue compensation through an insurance policy, but insurance companies are in business to maximize profits, not to pay out claims fairly. Dealing with your personal injury case alone, unrepresented, could put you at risk of being taken advantage of by an insurance company.  Insurance companies are notorious for offering less money than a case is worth and denying claims without a valid reason. Once you accept a settlement – even a bad one – you can’t go back and ask for more money. Your case will be over. This is why it’s critical to work with an attorney on your personal injury case before you settle. An attorney will negotiate with the insurance claims adjuster aggressively to make sure you end up with fair and full compensation for a serious injury.

Types of Cases We Accept in Meriden

The Flood Law Firm is comprised of highly experienced personal injury attorneys. We have achieved significant success for clients with a wide range of injuries. We know what each unique case needs to be successful and that no two cases are the same. No matter how you were injured in Meriden, Connecticut, contact us to discuss your rights. The cases we accept include:

This list is not exhaustive.  We encourage all injured persons to contact us no matter how they were injured. We can discuss what happened to you and tailor our efforts and strategies to fit your unique needs and goals.

Contact a Personal Injury Attorney in Meriden, CT for Free Today

You don’t have to pay upfront to talk to a lawyer about your recent accident and serious personal injuries. Our knowledgeable Connecticut personal injury lawyers offer 100% free and nonobligatory initial consultations near you. Schedule yours today by calling us at (860) 346-2695 or contacting us online at any time. We care about your future and holding negligent parties responsible. Discuss your rights with us today.