Have You Been Injured in an Accident?
If you have been injured in an accident, the clock is ticking. Every day you wait to contact an attorney, your chances of seeking compensation may be slipping away.
At the law offices of D'Amico, Griffin and Pettinicchi, LLC, we start offering solid, aggressive personal injury representation the minute a client hires us. With a wealth of knowledge and experience, our lawyers pursue the best results for each client we represent.
Call (866) 848-7077, or contact us online for a consultation in our Watertown, Connecticut law office. If you are unable to visit our office due to an injury, we can meet you in a location that is convenient for you.
D'Amico, Griffin & Pettinicchi - Trusted Injury Attorneys
The Importance of Acting Quickly
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, your main concern is to heal and recover. We understand.
However, if your accident was caused by someone else's negligence, it is important to seek legal representation as quickly as possible, and here's why:
- Evidence may disappear — Evidence like skid marks may fade over time.
- Memories fade — Witnesses may forget important details of the accident.
- 911 calls erased — After 30 days, 911 recordings are erased.
- Security camera footage may be taped over
The sooner you contact a personal injury, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence or product liability attorney, the sooner we can begin gathering evidence, contacting witnesses, and preparing a case on your behalf. Insurance companies begin their own investigation the minute they hear word of your accident. Counter their efforts by contacting an attorney who is committed to protecting your rights.
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Statute of Limitations
In Connecticut, there is a limited time in which you can file a personal injury or medical malpractice claim. In general, from the date of your accident, you have two years in which you can bring a suit against the person or party who negligently harmed you. There are some exceptions to this time limitation.
...it is better to act sooner than later to preserve evidence.
Even though you have two years to file a claim, it is better to act sooner than later to preserve evidence and gather important witness testimony. Also there are some types of claims that will be barred if notice is not given in as few as 90 days.
If you have been injured in a car accident, construction accident, trucking accident, medical or hospital error incident, or any other personal injury accident, contact our law firm today for a consultation.
D'Amico, Griffin & Pettinicchi - (866) 848-7077