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Ryan and Andrew

Glastonbury Personal Injury Lawyer

Suffering through a personal injury is something that many people will unfortunately have to endure at some point in their lives. However, it is unfair to expect injured individuals to bear the burden of an injury if they were not responsible for the incident. In fact, the law in Connecticut allows people injured due to the actions of others to seek compensation for any loss that results from the incident.

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Proving that an Injury is Another Party’s Fault
Proving that an Injury is Another Party’s Fault

Any time someone causes an injury to someone else as a direct result of their own action or inaction, they carry legal liability to reimburse the harmed party for their losses. However, proving fault in an injury case can be a complicated matter.

It is not enough to claim that another party was at the scene and therefore they caused an injury. Instead, a plaintiff must select a legal cause of action and present a theory that places blame on a defendant.

Perhaps the most commonly used of these theories is negligence, which usually applies whenever an injury results from an accident. The defendant in such a case did not mean to cause harm to the injured person, but nevertheless, harm resulted from their reckless behavior.

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Common Examples of Losses in a Personal Injury Case

Whether it involves an intentional attack or an accident, every personal injury case must center around a physical harm. While this harm does not need to be life-threatening, it must require medical attention to qualify as such for these purposes. Plaintiffs typically demonstrate their injuries during trials or settlement talks by presenting relevant medical records and bills.

While a physical injury must be present to pursue a claim, the costs associated with treating these injuries are not the only compensable losses. For example, an incident may also leave a plaintiff unable to work to earn a living. Whether this involves a temporary injury while a person recovers or a permanent loss of work ability, a personal injury lawyer in Glastonbury could work to hold a defendant liable to provide compensation for this lost income.


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Motor Vehicle Settlement

This case was referred to us by an out-of-state lawyer who chose to continue to work with our team.

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$225,000
Products Liability Case

Our client was injured by a defective product. The defendant’s initial offer was $10,000.

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Wrongful Death Settlement

Our client was killed while riding a motorcycle when a car pulled in front of him.

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Suffering a personal injury has the potential to throw your life into uncertainty and chaos. On top of having to cope with the immediate aftermath of the incident and its threat to your health, a personal injury could negatively affect your life for months or even years into the future.

If another party’s actions caused your injuries, a Glastonbury personal injury lawyer may be able to help you effectively demand compensation. They could work with you to conduct an independent investigation into the incident, calculate recoverable damages, and demand appropriate compensation from at-fault parties.

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