CT CAR ACCIDENT ATTORNEY

Experienced Connecticut Car Accident Attorney

Connecticut Car Accident AttorneyLawyer A. Twillie II is a Connecticut Car Accident Attorney Who Represents  Accident Victims Throughout Connecticut With An Active Trial Practice Statewide.

In the aftermath of a car accident, having the right legal representation can make a huge difference in your financial recovery.  At the same time, compensation for sudden and unexpected bills can significantly relieve your financial stress, thus allowing you to focus on recovery from your injuries.  Connecticut car accident Attorney Lawyer A. Twillie II has represented clients with all sorts of injuries arising out of car accidents.

Attorney Twillie helps injury victims obtain compensation for their losses through insurance settlements and litigation. He provides personalized, attentive, and experienced representation focused on maximizing his clients’ financial recoveries. He regularly handles cases involving:

  • Auto Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Drunk-driving Auto Accidents
  • DUI/DWI drug-related Auto Accidents
  • Fatal Auto Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Truck Accidents caused by driver fatigue
  • Bus Accidents
  • Tractor trailer Accidents
  • Uninsured Car Accidents
  • Under-insured Car Accidents
  • Rear-End Car Accidents
  • Road Construction Accidents
  • Hit & Run Accidents
  • Highway Accidents

How Do I Go About Finding A Good Lawyer For My Car Accident Case?

It is very important that you know the following about your personal injury attorney or law firm:

  • What experience does the lawyer have at handling personal injury cases?
  • Does the lawyer handle personal injury matters exclusively, or are they a “general practitioner” handling whatever kind of case they can get their hands on?
  • What is the lawyers reputation for successfully trying personal injury cases, or do they just settle everything?
  • Will the lawyer or firm have the financial resources to handle your case?

Why You Shouldn't Hire Just Any Lawyer For Your Car Accident Case.

While there are many lawyers who handle personal injury cases, it’s a difficult and ever-changing area of practice.  The average lawyer practices in  multiple areas of the law.  However, do you want the ‘jack of all trades and master of none lawyer handling your claim?

Even scarier is hiring a lawyer who isn’t aware of what they don’t know.  I’ve taken over numerous files where the previous attorney made mistakes, consequently hurting the client’s case.  Every serious injury case will be carefully crafted, thereby ensuring we present the strongest arguments possible.  My focus remains on obtaining the compensation you deserve.  To accomplish that, we must effectively demonstrate your pain and suffering along with out-of-pocket expenses.

Many law firms in Connecticut treat clients more like case numbers rather than people who have suffered injuries.  When you call Attorney Twillie you will receive personalized representation.  We will also keep you informed about any new developments in your case.  We will never rush to settle a case if it’s not the best option for our client.  Unlike many “settlement mills”, we will use all of our resources to provide you the full recovery you deserve.

If you have been in a car accident in Connecticut, please do not hesitate to contact me personally.

Agressive Connecticut Car Accident Attorney

On average there are 305 motor vehicle accidents each day in Connecticut.  And of those 305 crashes, in nearly a third of them people are injured.  Most believe they’ll never be involved in a motor vehicle accident, nevertheless, the statistics prove otherwise.  You can increase your chances of avoiding a car crash by eliminating distractions and utilizing defensive driving techniques; however, its not always enough.

If an accident does happen, then it’s in your best interest to work with a proven Connecticut car accident attorney with a track record of aggressive representation and history of success.

financial Recovery for your injuries in connecticut

Connecticut law entitles accident victims to financial compensation from negligent drivers and other third-parties responsible for the accident.  This may include a defective part manufacturer, a truck driver’s employer, or even a state or local government agency tasked with maintaining the road where the accident occurred.  Even minor appearing accidents have the potential to cause serious, life-changing injuries, therefore, it’s important to identify all possible sources of compensation available.  In summary, it’s critical that you consult with a knowledgeable Connecticut car accident attorney.

Damages in Connecticut

Damages” is a fancy word used in the law to refer to the compensation you can recover.  In Connecticut you can recover both Economic and Non-Economic Damages.

- Economic Damages

Economic Damages: Typically refers to compensation for things like medical bills, lost wages, and cost of repair or replacement.

Non-Economic Damages: Ordinarily refers to compensation for things like past and future pain and suffering, inconvenience, and loss of enjoyment of life.

Medical Expenses

With rising medical care costs, treating any type of injury can get expensive FAST.  As a result, even a relatively minor injury can require a trip to the emergency department, follow-up visits, diagnostic tests, and more.  Not to mention, serious injuries may require hospitalization, surgeries, or even long-term care and assistance.  Therefore, it is critical you hire an attorney that understands the full extent of your required care.  Thereafter, your lawyer can seek the full amount of compensation you require for your injuries.

Who Pays My Medical Expenses?

In Connecticut, if you have been involved in a car accident, medical payments coverage is primarily responsible for paying your bills.  However, if you do not carry medical payments coverage, then your health insurance becomes primarily responsible.

I am often asked “why should my health insurance have to pay?”  The quick answer is, that is how Connecticut’s legislature set it up.  Nevertheless, you and your insurance may be entitled to reimbursement at the conclusion of your case.

What About My Lost Wages?

Some injuries may keep you out of work temporarily, however, some may permanently prevent you from ever returning.  For some, losing even a single day’s worth of wages can hurt their bottom line.  Compound that with stacks of medical bills and the results can be devastating.  Whether you miss work due to medical treatments or because your injuries prevent you from working, you deserve compensation for any income you lost.  If your injuries are permanent and  that forces you to stop working, or to seek lower-paying work, you may recover compensation for future lost earning capacity.

Property Damage

Car repairs can be very expensive, therefore, when someone else causes your car to crash, you deserve compensation.  Likewise, if your vehicle’s value has been diminished, you may be entitled to compensation for that as well.  Certain types of damage can significantly decrease a car’s value, hence, you deserve payment for that lost value.

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