Waterbury Car Accident Lawyer
Over 50 Years Experience With Car Accident Cases
Looking for a experienced car accident lawyer in the Waterbury, CT area? We can all agree that automobile accidents, regardless of the extent of property damage may result in serious personal injury which may not be immediately obvious. Whiplash, internal injuries, concussion are just a few of the possible outcomes. It is always essential that you contact an auto accident attorney such as the Moynahan Law Firm for a courtesy consultation. Do so as soon as possible as there is a statute of limitations on these accidents and the time to take action is limited.
What to expect from Tim Moynahan as your car accident lawyer
All your questions will be answered regarding your rights as the victim of another party’s negligence. Attorney Moynahan will advise you on insurance coverage, and related questions. If you are injured, we will discuss the nature and extent of your injuries and the remedies available under the law. As an experience care accident attorney, our firm provides practical recommendations on how to proceed with injuries sustained in car accidents. Practical advice is the basis of my counsel.
How your car accident lawyer works
At this stage we will consider satisfactory solutions when the time comes to negotiate a settlement or file a lawsuit. Your with me as your car accident attorney will give you the confidence and peace of mind in a stressful situation. In the event we decide that you need my representation, Attorney Moynahan will explain the steps required to relieve you of work and worry. Our firm will handle every detail including contact with insurance companies, followed by negotiation when your treatment has resulted in maximum medical improvement.
You can benefit from our auto accident case evaluation in these ways
Before your case is settled, every aspect of your damages will be examined in detail and considered. Depending upon your injuries, you’re entitled to receive compensation for economic damages which include medical bills for doctors, testing, treatment, hospital expenses, lost wages, lost earning capacity, out-of-pocket costs, and property damage. You’ll also be entitled to non-economic damages which include pain and suffering, (mental and physical) loss of life’s enjoyment, and permanent injury. We don’t get paid unless you do, which is called payment on a “contingency fee” basis.