Posted by: Richier Tags: New Britain CT | Categories: Personal Injury Laws
If you have been injured, you must act within the limitations of Connecticut's Personal Injury Laws. No matter how you were injured, if you believe your injuries resulted from someone else's negligence, you must substantiate your claims. If you can show that another person was at fault, move quickly to preserve evidence and document the details. Be advised that there is a two year window in which you may file your lawsuit.
Taking pictures of the scene, your injuries, damages to property, witness information and contact details will all help you back up your claim. Be sure you do not wait too long before filing a personal injury lawsuit. There is a statute of limitations in Connecticut for personal injury lawsuits. It may be in your best interest to consult with a lawfirm with a reputation for excellence in personal injury cases.
We are Vargas Chapman Woods LLC. Our attorneys have over 75 years of combined experience in personal injury representation. If you have suffered a serious injury, you want the most experienced personal injury lawyer to represent you. When you can make a good case that another person was to blame for your accident, you may be entitled to compensation. In an accident in which there are other people involved, seek out the advice of a lawyer who can protect your rights and file paperwork in a timely manner. Do you have questions about your accident and the law? Call Vargas Chapman Woods LLC and get those questions answered. (860) 754-1400.