We Protect The Rights of Auto Accident Victims
If you have been seriously injured in an auto accident that occurred because of another driver’s negligence, you likely have grounds to seek damages in a personal injury claim. Even if you may have been partially at fault for the accident, you may still be entitled to seek some level of compensation under Connecticut’s comparative fault rule.
These are complex cases. The other driver’s insurance company will try to avoid paying you — or give you as little as possible. Your settlement takes away from their profit. Be sure that you have an experienced attorney who knows the law and will fight to protect your rights in these matters. At Lettick & Lettick, P.C., we offer our clients more than 40 years of combined experience in the practice of Connecticut personal injury law.
Maximum Compensation For Losses
Insurance is a business. It works like this:
It takes money through premiums. It has fixed costs to run the business such as adjusters’ salaries, investigators’ salaries and rent. Then, it pays the claims, of which costs can vary depending on the size of settlements. Insurance company profits are what is left after claims are paid. Naturally, they want to pay out as little as possible for claims. They will work hard to reduce the value of claims. You need a personal injury attorney who knows how to deal with their strategies.
We prepare every case as if it will go to trial. We know preserving evidence is essential. We will not recommend any settlement offer unless we believe that it represents the best available outcome for your case.
We will talk with the insurance companies directly and help you coordinate medical insurance and, if available, disability insurance claims. After your case is finalized and assembled, we will pursue the insurance company for the at-fault party to reach for your settlement. All sources of funds are considered. If you are disabled, we can initiate a Social Security Disability claim.
We have experience handling all types of car accident claims, including those involving:
- Trucks: Catastrophic injuries can occur.
- Motorcycles: Riders and passengers are vulnerable.
- Bicycles and pedestrians: Inattentive motorists often are to blame.
- Distracted driving: These hazardous drivers cause more injuries to others on the road.
- Uninsured drivers: This group doesn’t have proper coverage.
- Failure to yield: Car, truck and motorcycle drivers, as well as bicyclists are injured in these scenarios.
We Offer Free Initial Consultations
From our office in Hamden, we represent car accident victims throughout New Haven County and across the state. Learn more about your rights and legal options from an experienced car accident attorney at Lettick & Lettick, P.C..
You can reach us at 203-281-7376 or contact us via email to schedule a one-hour free initial consultation. Open on Wednesday until 7 p.m. Se habla español. Weekend appointments available upon request.