If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, Weber & Rubano can help you pursue justice. Our office has been a mainstay in Hamden for almost 60 years, and we’re proud to serve locals like you and the rest of Connecticut.
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Just in Hamden in 2021, there were a total of 2,076 car accidents. That means the likelihood that a car accident has impacted your life is great.
Please remember that you are not alone if you have been the victim of an automobile crash. Weber & Rubano can help you gain compensation to make you and your loved ones whole again. Contact our Hamden car accident lawyers for a free consultation.
What Types of Damages are You Eligible for?
Monetary damages that an individual may recover in a car accident personal injury suit can be broken down into three main types:
Economic Damages: these types of damages are real-world financial costs generated as a direct result of your car accident. For example, as a result of a car accident in Hamden, you may lose wages, incur medical bills, be required to pay for assistive services and have to replace or repair your vehicle. These can be covered by recovering economic damages in a suit.
Non-Economic Damages: non-economic damages are those caused by the accident but cannot be easily quantified fiscally. Non-economic damages include pain and suffering, loss of companionship, emotional distress, and more.
Punitive Damages: these damages punish the third-party responsible for the accident. A punitive damage award in Connecticut is limited to only covering attorney fees and litigation costs.
Fault or No-Fault in Connecticut? The Role of Modified Comparative Negligence
In addition to placing fault with the defendant, plaintiff culpability may be considered when calculating a plaintiff’s award for damages. Simply put, this means that a person’s level of carelessness will be considered when determining the amount of compensation due.
If you were determined to be 25 percent at fault for an accident, for example, you would be entitled to 75 percent of any damages you claim.
If the plaintiff in a Hamden personal injury case is found to be more than 51 percent at blame, then they will not be entitled to any compensation regardless of how much harm the defendant caused.
Statute of Limitations
For most personal injury cases in Connecticut, the statute of limitations is two years, starting from the date of the incident. However, there may be exceptions to this in some cases. Contact an experienced Hamden car accident lawyer at Weber & Rubano today to discuss the details of your situation.
The Team of Hamden Car Accident Lawyers at Weber & Rubano Are Standing By
We want you to know that you are not alone in dealing with the outcomes of this car accident. The firm of Weber & Rubano is prepared to do whatever it takes to help you remedy this wrong.
You will only have to pay fees if and when we secure a favorable outcome for your case. Contact us now for a free, no-risk assessment of your situation.