Hartford Car Accident Lawyers
Here to Help When You Need a Hand
Car accidents will leave you feeling turned around, out of luck, and lost
for options. We’re here to encourage you to take a moment to slow
down and catch your breath. Now that you have found Carter Mario Law Firm
and our Hartford car accident attorneys, you have much less to worry about.
Our law firm and legal team have been carefully designed to make your
life easier when dealing with the aftermath of a bad accident.
We have created the Carter Mario Law Firm 8-point guarantee:
- We come to you and walk-ins are always welcome!
- Same day call back or lunch is on Carter!
- No answering machines – we are open 24/7!
- Online access to your file for convenience!
- You will receive frequent updates on your case!
- A team of 4 dedicated to you and your case!
- You always get more money than your attorney when you win!
- Zero Fee Warranty that means it our services nothing unless we get money for you!
(860) 484-7476 right away to talk with us or ask for a
Do You Need a Lawyer for Minor Accidents?
A car accident attorney from our firm can assist with claims related to
any sort of accident. Although we usually focus on accidents involving
severe injuries, there are sometimes reasons to get a lawyer’s guidance
for a minor car accident, too. The truth is that most car accidents aren’t
minor once you get into the smaller details. Costs associated with fender
benders can add up quickly, especially if you have an underlying injury
that isn’t diagnosed at first. Don’t assume your accident
is minor, so you don’t need any help. At least let us talk to you
about what happened during a no-cost case consultation.
Compensation that could apply to even a “minor” car accident
- Lost wages
- Vehicle repairs
- Medical bills
- Pain and suffering
Can You File a Claim If You Were a Passenger?
Being injured as a passenger in a car accident can be confusing. Do you
sue the other driver, your driver, or both? The answer is ‘yes.’
You might have a chance to file a claim against all parties involved,
including the person who was driving the car you were in. Our attorneys
can help sort out the details of the crash to pinpoint liability and ensure
you file your claim against the right parties to get the most compensation possible.
What If the Accident Was Partially Your Fault?
You can still recover compensation if the accident was partially your fault.
However, in Connecticut, you could risk getting no compensation at all
if you become
mostly at fault.
Connecticut uses a “modified comparative negligence rule” when
assigning liability and awarding damages for accident claims. A claimant
who is 51% liable for their own injuries cannot recover anything from
other involved parties. For this reason, it is crucial to use evidence
appropriately and in a way that shrinks your liability as much as possible,
hopefully down to 0%.
Hit & Run Accidents – Can You Sue for Them?
Auto insurance companies usually count hit-and-run drivers as uninsured
motorists because a driver with no insurance is effectively the same as
one who cannot be identified at all. If you have added uninsured motorist
(UM) insurance to your policy, then your insurance company could be accountable
for your damages under that policy. Like other policies, there will be
a cap to what you can recover, though.
Most insurance companies in Connecticut offer optional UM policies with
the following minimums:
- $25,000 in bodily injury per person
- $50,000 in bodily injury per accident
- $25,000 in property damage per accident
We Can Take the Guesswork Out of Casework
Not sure what to do to get your car accident claim started after a crash
in Hartford? Not to worry. Leave it up to Carter Mario Law Firm and our
attorneys. When working on your case, we can act on your behalf from start
to finish, leaving nothing up to you other than a comfortable recovery
from your injuries.
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