No Part Of The Body Is Immune From Injury

It is not uncommon for serious injuries to occur after a serious accident. Whether the injury was sustained in an automobile accident, a motorcycle accident or a construction accident, the injury victim can be left with permanent, disfiguring injuries that will change the course of his or her life forever.

If you or someone you love has sustained serious injuries in a preventable accident, we urge you to consult an experienced personal injury attorney from McCoy & McCoy as soon as possible.

  • Based in Hartford, we have been serving victims and their families throughout Connecticut since 1960.
  • Our principal lawyer, Frank McCoy Jr., is certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy — a distinction that fewer than 0.5 percent of all Connecticut lawyers have earned.
  • We personally investigate every case we handle, and we are always prepared to maximize our clients' deserved compensation at trial.

For every accident, there are a number of injuries that could be sustained, some of which might be quite debilitating. We understand that any injury, no matter how minor or severe, is cause for concern. This is particularly true when it was caused in an accident through no fault of your own.

Legal action should be taken at once to right the wrongs that left you personally injured. At McCoy & McCoy, we are prepared to represent injury victims of all degrees, including but not limited to the following:

Recovering Damages For Your Injuries

Serious accidents can cause all types of injuries, even wrongful death. Serious injuries can cost victims thousands, if not hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars in medical bills, rehabilitative therapy, reconstruction surgery, lost income and psychological trauma.

If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident, a personal injury attorney from our firm would like to help. We have extensive experience in aggressively pursuing full and fair compensation on behalf of our clients.

To get started, please call us at 860-856-9283, or complete a free case evaluation form for prompt response from an attorney.