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Personal injury

Filing a Personal Injury Claim in Connecticut


How Our Injury Attorneys Can Help

The aftermath of an unexpected and serious accident or injury can be a very stressful and confusing time. Often, victims feel saddened and distraught. They may be uncertain as to what they should do next and may find themselves wondering where they can turn to for help.

If you are currently dealing with the aftermath of an accident-related injury brought on by the negligence or wrongful conduct of another, the Connecticut personal injury attorneys at Carter Mario Law Firm can help you take appropriate legal action. With an extensive understanding of Connecticut’s no-fault laws, our personal injury lawyers can help you file a claim seeking compensation for your damages, including medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and more.

The first step in your recovery is reaching out to our team for a free, no-obligation consultation. Call (203) 806-9256 or contact us online today.

CLIENT VICTORIES

We've Recovered Hundreds of Millions for Clients Throughout Connecticut
  • Failure to Treat $3,900,000

    Gastroenterologist and primary care doctor failed to treat or transfer our 65-year-old client who was hospitalized for GI bleeding, which resulted in our client’s death.

  • Illegal Left-Hand Turn $2,400,000

    A 17-year-old driving an SUV made an illegal left-hand turn at a T-intersection in a residential neighborhood. The driver hit our 36-year-old client and suffered severe head and brain trauma; multiple fractures to his face and skull; multiple rib fractures; cervical vertebrae fracture; left femur, left hand, and left foot fractures; a punctured lung.

  • Pedestrian Accident $2,400,000

    Our client was a pedestrian that was struck by a car. This accident caused a severe injury that resulted in leg amputation.

  • Head-On Collision Results in Passenger’s Death $2,300,000

    A 23-year-old male was a passenger in a vehicle that crossed into the path of a school bus and struck it head-on, which resulted in his death.

  • Cable Man Slipped on a Half Inch of Ice in the Entryway $2,250,000

    A 34-year-old man was installing cable television equipment at a condominium complex when he slipped on a half-inch of ice in the entryway, causing him to fall on his back and hit his head. As a result, the man underwent three invasive procedures due to lumbar spine injuries. Despite the procedures, he was determined to be 40 percent disabled, limiting his future ability to work in a full-time, labor-intensive position.

  • Low-Impact Sideswipe $2,050,000

    A 34-year-old driver was sideswiped on the highway and later developed failed back syndrome, leaving him unable to work and suffering from chronic pain.

  • Fall on Ice $1,900,000

    Our diabetic client fell on the ice and broke their ankle. Rubbing from the ankle cast caused a non-healing wound which led to leg amputation.

  • Death Due to Failure to Diagnose $1,650,000

    Death due to failure to diagnose skin cancer.

  • Scooter Accident $1,250,000

    A scooter operator was hit after the defendant attempted to make a left-hand turn. The client suffered severe injuries, including a fractured hip and a concussion.

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What Compensation Can Be Recovered in a Personal Injury Claim?


When a person is involved in an accident or severely injured due to someone else’s negligence, they are likely to experience a number of physical, emotional, and financial challenges. From obtaining proper medical care to taking time off work to recover to managing mounting bills and day-to-day expenses, not to mention navigating a new disability or dealing with emotional trauma resulting from the accident, victims and their families face significant challenges.

The losses resulting from a personal injury or accident are known as “damages,” and they can be either economic or non-economic in nature. The purpose of a personal injury claim is to allow victims of negligent and wrongful conduct to recover compensation for both economic and non-economic damages.

Additionally, when a person is wrongfully killed, meaning their death was caused by the negligent or wrongful actions or inactions of another person or party, eligible surviving individuals may seek compensation for damages such as medical care costs, funeral/burial expenses, lost income or inheritance, and loss of love, support, guidance, society, companionship, and consortium.

Types of damages


Depending on the nature of your accident, you may be able to recover compensation for:

  • Doctors’ bills
  • Hospital bills
  • Ambulance or emergency room fees
  • Prescription drugs & medications
  • Medical equipment/devices
  • Rehabilitation therapy
  • Lost wages
  • Future medical care costs
  • Future lost earnings
  • In-home care costs
  • Lost earning capacity (disability)
  • Modifications to a home/vehicle
  • Pain and suffering
  • Counseling services
  • Anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc.

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

Real Stories From Real People
  • “I had such a great experience with Carter Mario Law Firm. Everyone was amazing, helpful and comforting during this stressful time.”

    - Michelle P.
  • “My son suffered an injury after being hurt in a car accident, and it felt really good to have someone fighting for the person you love.”

    - Alex M.
  • “When I had my work-related injury, Carter Mario took on the workers’ comp insurance company that tried to belittle me and dealt with them, which took so much stress off of me. Thank you so much.”

    - Ruth H.
  • “Excellent client services and professional. The team has helped me incredibly throughout the aftermath of an accident from day one.”

    - Jeremy G.
  • “Look no further, you have found the best personal injury law firm in Connecticut. Tough and fearless, and I cannot think of anyone better to represent me.”

    - Phillip Y.
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The Carter mario difference


Although you may be entitled to compensation for your damages, navigating the legal process and actually recovering that compensation is often a difficult, complex task. Insurance companies go to great lengths to dispute or deny claims; they have powerful legal teams working for them with the sole purpose of limiting payouts and protecting their bottom lines. It’s important that you also have an equally skilled legal team on your side.

At Carter Mario Law Firm, we not only have a proven record of success, having secured hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients in the past 30+ years, but we are also wholly committed to our clients. We do everything we can to ease the process for you, offering 24/7 responsiveness, online file access, and compassionate, personalized legal support every step of the way.

Our team offers legal services in English, Spanish, and Portuguese and, if your injuries prevent you from traveling to our office, we can come to you. We offer a Zero-Fee Warranty, meaning you do not owe any upfront or out-of-pocket expenses when you choose Carter Mario Law Firm. Instead, our attorneys only collect fees if and when they recover compensation for you.

Talk to a team that truly cares about you and your recovery. Call Carter Mario Law Firm at (203) 806-9256 to get started with a free consultation today.

WHY CHOOSE CARTER MARIO LAW FIRM?

  • Hundreds of Millions of Dollars Recovered

    We have secured countless victories on behalf of injured clients throughout the state of Connecticut since 1989.

  • Experience on Your Side

    We have been fighting for personal injury victims throughout Connecticut for more than three decades, and we're just getting started. 

  • Committed to Our Community

    We are dedicated to serving our community inside and outside of the courtroom, and even run a statewide outreach initiative to give back.

  • A Team That Puts You First

    At Carter Mario Law Firm, our clients are our number one priority. This is why we provide every client with 24/7 access to the legal team working on their case.

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