Lawyers To Help You Get Full And Fair Compensation
If you have been injured in an automobile accident your initial concern is probably going to be doing whatever is necessary to recover from your injuries. Being able to have your health completely restored in order to return to work and to life is important. When you are dealing with insurance companies, though, make sure you don’t do or say anything that could prevent you from receiving the compensation that you deserve.
Not Your Friend
After suffering an injury or losing a loved one in a car accident, you must remember that the insurance company is going to look out for its own best interests — not yours. You may be offered a settlement right out of the gate, but without the understanding of how to figure out what your case is worth, you may be setting yourself up to be taken advantage of.
Talk to an experienced personal injury lawyer before you talk to an insurance adjuster. At the Bridgeport, Connecticut, law offices of Miller, Rosnick, D’Amico, August & Butler, P.C., we offer more than 150 combined years of experience to get our clients fair compensation for their injuries. Our record of successful cases includes millions of dollars in settlements and trial verdicts for victims of car accidents and other personal injury claims.
Experienced And Dedicated
Our law firm focuses on your needs. We concentrate on what you need now, but we also work with doctors and other health care professionals like legal nurse consultants, to determine what your future treatment needs might be. Injuries sustained as a result of a car accident can linger and cause issues years down the road. We protect our clients by guiding and educating them every step of the way. We want our clients to understand the process and our approach to their case. It is important to remember, never sign anything pertaining to your case without seeking the advice of an attorney.
Once you sign off on your case you can’t go back and reopen it no matter how serious your medical issues become over the long term.
Here Are Some Possible Long-Term Conditions Associated With Automobile Accidents:
- Paralysis and immobility
- Fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
Attentive And Forward Thinking
Every attorney here at Miller, Rosnick, D’Amico, August & Butler, P.C., strives to approach each case aggressively and effectively. We take on the insurance companies so that you don’t have to. If you have been injured you need someone who will not only fight for you, but think about what your needs may be in the future.