Providing Strong Advocacy After a Motor Vehicle Accident
Car accidents injure or kill thousands of people in Connecticut every year. If you have been injured in a car accident due to another driver's negligence, you likely have significant medical expenses, lost income, property damage and other expenses. In order to recover these damages, you will need to deal with the negligent driver's insurance company. Insurance companies are represented by lawyers, adjusters and other individuals. Each of these people is dedicated to minimizing what the insurance company will pay in claims. If you want to be treated fairly by the insurance company, your best bet is to enlist the services of an experienced, knowledgeable lawyer.
Located in Middlebury and serving people across Connecticut, the attorneys of Moore, O'Brien & Foti assist people who have been injured in all types of automobile accidents.
Adept at Representing Clients in All Types of Auto Accident Claims
Our law firm has successfully helped injured clients in a variety of motor vehicle accidents, including accidents caused by uninsured motorists and drunk drivers. We also have experience helping the victims of motorcycle accidents recover full compensation for their injuries. Many of our previous clients have suffered severe injuries in a motor vehicle accident, including traumatic brain injuries, back injuries and even wrongful death.
Our law firm does not limit our representation to catastrophic injuries. In fact, we have helped many clients with sprains, strains or other less serious injuries recover substantial damages in trial. Regardless of the severity of your injuries, if the insurance company refuses to offer adequate compensation for your damages, our law firm will be prepared to take your case to trial. Insurance companies throughout the state know of our firm's record of results in the courtroom.
Contact the Connecticut Car Accident Lawyers of Moore, O'Brien & Foti
Call 203-651-7096 or email our law firm to schedule a consultation. We represent all clients on a contingency basis.