Many Types Of Car Accidents, One Source For Help

Every year, far too many fatalities and injuries are caused by car accidents. If you've been injured in a car accident, or you've suffered the loss of a loved one because of an auto accident, you might be eligible to file a suit for compensation.

Auto accidents happen every day in America and are a common cause of property damage, physical injuries and death. If you have been involved in a car accident, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your damaged property and for any other harm that the accident caused. Compensation generally includes payment of medical bills and lost wages plus compensation for other damages like pain and suffering.

Understanding The Steps To Take Following A Car Accident Injury

This compensation may come from your own insurer or from the driver who was responsible for the accident, depending on the circumstances of the incident and the law where you live. These factors and the extent of your injuries and damages will also dictate the amount of car accident compensation available. In this section, you will find information on auto accident laws, including how and when another driver can be held at fault and how to deal with insurance companies.

Whether your car accident was a head-on collision, a single car accident or you were involved in a multicar pileup, your best course of action is to obtain legal representation as soon as possible after the accident has occurred. Let an experienced Connecticut car accident and personal injury attorney along with top professional staff take on your cause — we're here to help you get the compensation you deserve.

Arrange To Speak With An Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer

To set up a free initial consultation, contact The Law Offices of John Cantarella, LLC, by calling 860-513-2192. My office is conveniently located in Hartford, Connecticut, and I charge no fee without recovering compensation for you.