Motor Vehicle Accidents
Representing Motor Vehicle Accident Victims
Following a serious auto accident, our clients often have many questions. A couple of the more common questions are: Does an insurance company need to approve a doctor? How long will it take to resolve the case? How is compensation calculated? If injured, immediately seek medical treatment. Do not wait for approval, because it is unnecessary and the insurance company could later question a delay. The length of time to resolve a case depends on the injuries and length of recovery. Your health and recovery is our highest priority. We also understand that you may have lost wages, and will work diligently to secure compensation for you.
After obtaining appropriate medical treatment, call 860-868-4952 to have your case evaluated by an attorney at Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C.. The firm has successfully resolved cases for those injured in car accidents in Connecticut for many years. We put our clients first and work diligently to ensure they receive fair compensation.
How Do We Evaluate Cases?
We initially meet with clients to find out what occurred and answer questions. If liability is an issue, we will review accident reports, photos that were taken at the scene and complete our own investigation. We also feel strongly that a case cannot be resolved without a complete medical workup done by a competent physician.
Our attorneys handle all types of motor vehicle cases, including:
- Truck collisions frequently caused by drowsy and/or distracted drivers
- Motorcycle crashes that happen when other motorists are distracted by texting or GPS
- Boating accidents
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
- Cases where the at-fault party lacks sufficient insurance, known as uninsured and uninsured motorist cases
We take on the legal issues, which allows our clients to focus on recovery from a traumatic brain injury, back injury, neck injury, or injury to other parts of the body. Our attorneys are skilled negotiators, but also have the experience to take a case to trial when required.