Verdicts & Settlements: $20 million awarded - child sex abuse case in Stamford    $1.1 million won - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder    $1 million - Injured worker requiring back surgery    $1 million+ Awarded - Woman in car accident Rt. 17    $975,000 Recovered - Foot Injury at Work    $650,000 Recovered - Woman suffered neck injury required surgery    $580,000 Recovered - Head Trauma as a Result of Falling Downstairs    $500,000 Recovered - Pedestrian Hit by Car    $500,000 Recovered - Rear End Car Accident    $425,000 Recovered - Rear End Tractor Trailer Accident    $380,000 Recovered - Dog Bite by Police Dog    $155,000 Recovered - Slip and Fall on Walkway    $125,000 Recovered - Slip and Fall at a Supermarket

New Insurance Limits in Connecticut

As of Jan. 1, 2018, all automobile liability insurance policies in Connecticut must carry a minimum of $25,000 for injury or death of one person, an increase of $5,000 over the previous minimum coverage. Governor Dannel Malloy signed a new law which also requires a per accident...
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Video: Recoverable Damages in a Pedestrian vs. Car Accident Case

Injured victims of pedestrian vs. car accidents have the right to recover damages for their injuries. The types of damages pedestrians are entitled to receive fall into four categories, including medical bills, lost income, loss of quality of life, and pain and suffering. If you...
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Video: The Car Accident Statute of Limitations in Connecticut

The statute of limitations for filing a car accident lawsuit in Connecticut is two years from the date of the accident. If the accident results in wrongful death, surviving family members have two years to file a wrongful death lawsuit from the date the individual died. If the...
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The Car Accident Statute of Limitations in Connecticut

A statute of limitations is a state law that puts a time limit on filing a lawsuit in that state. This statute may vary from case to case and must be filed within the appropriate deadline. If the deadline is missed, the individual will lose the opportunity to file a claim and...
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Damages Recoverable in a Pedestrian vs. Car Accident Case

A pedestrian vs. car accident can be devastating and result in very serious injuries to the pedestrian that was hit. The injured has the right to recover damages for his or her injuries. The types of damages recoverable fall into the following four categories: Medical expenses:...
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Slide: Recoverable Damages in a Pedestrian vs. Car Accident Case

A pedestrian vs. car accident can be devastating and result in very serious injuries to the pedestrian that was hit. The injured pedestrian has the right to recover damages for his or her injuries. The types of damages a pedestrian is entitled to receive fall into four...
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Video: Required Evidence in a Connecticut Car Accident Case

Proving fault on the part of another driver in a Connecticut car accident case may be challenging because not all accidents are caused by one party. To prove your case, you may require photographs of the accident scene and the damaged vehicle, and the police report. If you have...
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Video: Car Accident Attorneys in Connecticut

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident in Connecticut, you may be entitled to compensation under these laws. At The Reinken Law Firm, we offer personalized attention and a free consultation to discuss your car accident case. Contact us online or call...
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Proving Fault in a Connecticut Car Accident Case

Have you been injured in a car accident in Connecticut due to another driver? You have the right to receive compensation for your injuries and damages. Connecticut is an at-fault insurance state so the at-fault driver is financially responsible for the accident. However, proving...
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