Determining What Caused A Serious Accident

Have You Been Seriously Injured In A Car Collision?

McCoy & McCoy is an established law firm in Hartford, Connecticut. We are prominent in the area of personal injuries and serve clients throughout the state.

Injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident can have a devastating, negative physical and emotional impact on each individual involved. Our attorneys work closely with clients, understanding the need for assistance with the legal aspects of an accident case while injury victims concentrate on getting well.

Our team possesses the knowledge and resources necessary to deal with insurance companies and protect the compensation rights of injury victims. A victim involved in a car accident may miss work and experience financial hardship if he or she is unable to earn a living. It is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible regarding an insurance claim and the availability of compensation for injuries, property damage and lost income.

Please contact McCoy & McCoy today at 860-856-9283 for a free case evaluation regarding your unique case. Our principal attorney, Frank McCoy Jr., is certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

Common Causes Of Car Accidents In Connecticut

The most common cause of car collisions is driver distraction, even more so in the current age of electronic devices. Drivers who text while driving, use cellular devices, talk to passengers, eat or engage in other distractions that take attention off the road account for many accidents.

Sadly, drunk drivers also cause many auto accidents with major injuries or fatalities. Other causes of car accidents include:

Car owners carry insurance to cover the costs of medical expenses and property damage in case of an accident, but an insurance claim may be insufficient to cover the amount of injury and suffering for the victim.

An accident caused by the negligent, reckless or careless actions of another driver may entitle the victim to monetary compensation that can include the following:

  • Loss of earnings
  • Medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Long-term care
  • Death benefits

Speak with an experienced personal injury attorney with McCoy & McCoy before agreeing to an insurance settlement claim.

Insurance companies often make less of injuries and attempt to settle for as little as possible. You may forfeit your right to additional compensation by signing a settlement of claim without consulting a lawyer first.

Get Legal Help You Can Depend On

Our law firm knows how insurance companies operate, and we know how to get results for you. Make an appointment today for a consultation with a highly qualified car accident lawyer. Contact us for immediate legal help for injuries suffered in a car accident at 860-856-9283.