Connecticut Personal Injury Attorney

Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer in Connecticut

Attorney Frank McCoy

We know that personal injury cases are tough. When you are pursuing a lawsuit, you will not be going up against an inexperienced attorney. In most cases, the insurance companies you are facing will have in-house counsel – Connecticut injury lawyers who specialize in this area of the law and who devote their entire career to it. When you are facing an injury attorney in Connecticut with such level of experience, can you afford to work with a general attorney?

No, you need to work with a Connecticut personal injury lawyer who has demonstrated that they can help in complex situations. We are proud to be dedicated to the success of our clients and have shown throughout the years the level of our commitment. Our firm has been honored throughout the years with countless accolades and honors. One of the ones we are most proud of, however, is the Board Certification awarded to Attorney Frank McCoy by The National Board of Trial Advocacy – an accomplishment earned by less than 0.5% of lawyers in the state.

This certification truly establishes Mr. McCoy as a specialist in the field of personal injury law – it is something that honors and demonstrates not only his trial experience, but also his in-depth knowledge into the fields of personal injury law, as well as medical malpractice, products liability and/or evidence. Less than half of one percent of registered attorneys in Connecticut have been honored with Board Certification. That speaks highly of the in-depth level of experience and knowledge that the team at McCoy & McCoy is able to provide.

Protecting Victims of Negligence Since 1960

With over 50 years of experience, McCoy & McCoy has proven to be a firm of dedicated attorneys working on behalf of the injured. Native to the State of Connecticut, our team has dedicated themselves to helping those who have been wrongfully injured, devoting 100% of our practice to personal injury law. Clients who work with us are confident knowing they are represented by Connecticut personal injury lawyers who truly care about their well-being and who've successfully helped in a wide-variety of cases. From car accidents to claims involving product liability and everything in between, we have proven to our clients that we have what it takes to help.

We understand that the time following a personal injury accident can be one of the most stressful situations you will ever have to face. Regardless of whether you have personally sustained an injury or if your loved one has been hurt, it can cause a myriad of emotions, including confusion, fear, and helplessness. We want you to know that you do not have to face it alone. By partnering with a Connecticut injury attorney from our firm, you will be able to benefit from our extensive experience in this area of the law, allowing for you to better face the future. From handling out-of-court negotiations to complex trials, we have proven that we can handle it all.

After an injury, many people do not know where to turn, or who to trust. At McCoy & McCoy, we aim to reduce the stress that families endure by providing outstanding legal representation for them in their time of need. Our devoted team of personal injury lawyers can provide you with legal guidance if you are facing any number of injuries. If you have questions or concerns regarding your specific situation or you are interested in filing an injury claim, do not hesitate to retain our counsel. Since 1960, we have been able to recover favorable settlements for our clients throughout Connecticut, including Hartford, Vernon, New Haven, Waterbury and New London.

"It's all about the client!"

These words have formed the core of our firm's philosophy since we first opened over half a century ago. We are client-centered in our approach, because we know that those we work with are truly the heart and soul of our practice. We work closely with all our clients and unlike other firms, we make a concentrated effort to ensure that every person who hires our firm is given personalized and one-on-one attention. We are not interested in running a "legal mill" that focuses more on the quantity of our client base than the quality of our representation. Instead, we limit the amount of cases that we take on to ensure it is manageable and no one suffers from an overworked lawyer who cannot invest the necessary time and energy into their case.

This philosophy has helped our firm throughout our decades of practice to obtain optimum results for many of those we have worked with. We are proud to say that over 90 percent of our cases settle before trial. That is because we understand the importance of tough negotiation and have utilized such skills to ensure that our clients receive just offers. In cases, where such negotiations have not been successful, we have proven to be willing and able to go to trial. In fact, from the very beginning stages of each and every case, we prepare as if that's exactly what will happen. Defendants know we are not afraid of the courtroom which gives us a competitive advantage.

Our Commitment to the Community

One vastly important part of our firm is our dedication to community service. For over 50 years, our firm has been active in the local community. Take for example, Attorney Frank J. McCoy, Sr. who served four terms as the Mayor of Vernon, Connecticut. He was also President of the Connecticut Conference of Mayors. In the year we were founded, Attorney McCoy was also involved in the founding the Vernon Midget Football league which allowed for local youth to participate; many of them went on to become well-known throughout the sport, such as NFL star Bill Romanowski who plays for the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos and Oakland raiders throughout a 16-year-long career. Frank McCoy also sponsored a semi-pro baseball team – a sponsorship which is continued by the firm to this very day.

Injured? Contact a Connecticut injury lawyer as soon as possible!

If you have been injured, it's likely that you have a lot of questions. You probably are unsure about what to do next and the best course of action. You do not have to face this alone. By consulting with a Connecticut personal injury attorney from McCoy & McCoy, you will be able to discuss your potential case and determine the best course of legal option. We are proud to offer visitors to our website an online free case evaluation. We know that this is a confusing time for you and we want to be able to help clarify any concerns and address any issues that you are facing. To take advantage of this, all you need to do is fill out our online form.

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If you are ready to talk about your potential case with a seasoned legal professional, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Simply give our firm a call today at 800-4INJURY and we will be able to help schedule an initial case consultation. We know that this can be a confusing time for you and we want to be able to be there for you to help. So don't waste another moment. No matter the circumstances of your case, you don't have a second to lose. Contact McCoy & McCoy today—your trusted Connecticut personal injury lawyers—or visit our office at:

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20 Church Street
17th Floor
Hartford, CT 06103

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