Our Connecticut car accident lawyers are ready to power your full recovery.
Mighty Law's car accident attorneys will be with you every step of the way. And, you only pay if you win.
Car accidents are complicated, and car accidents in Connecticut are no different. About one in five Connecticut car accidents occurs in the rain, snow, or ice. The unpredictable weather conditions of the Northeast can increase road risks and make car accidents even more stressful. You may face questions of who is at fault, what exactly happened, or how specific road conditions may impact your case.
Translation: experienced representation can make all the difference in making progress in your recovery. When you hire a thorough, dedicated car accident lawyer in CT from Mighty Law, you're doing everything you can to build a strong case and get the compensation you deserve.
Mighty Law's team of expert Connecticut car accident attorneys bring a deep familiarity with CT laws and local auto accident cases to your unique personal injury claim. We focus on the facts and leave questions in the dust, working with you transparently every step of the way.
Andrew is a Texas attorney with over a decade of experience practicing law, including serving veterans as an attorney with the Department of Veterans Affairs. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.
Why Choose Mighty?
Rain or shine, Mighty Law brings much-needed transparency to the personal injury industry. We say no to quotas, quid-pro-quos, and conflicts of interest that can delay your case or diminish your compensation. By charging 10% lower fees than the industry average (and only charging if you win), we hold ourselves to the highest legal standards in the state of Connecticut.
What should I do if I get in an auto accident in CT?
Car accidents happen, and it's normal to feel overwhelmed in the aftermath. The first step is to call 911, especially if the accident has resulted in property loss or requires medical attention. The police will write an official accident report, which will be very useful after you hire a Connecticut car accident lawyer to pursue your case.
Is Connecticut a no-fault state for car accidents?
Connecticut is an at-fault state, which means that the driver responsible for the accident will be required to compensate the other party for medical expenses, property damage, lost income, and more.
What is the average settlement for a car accident in Connecticut?
According to the Insurance Information Institute, the average settlement in 2020 for bodily injury was $20,235, while the average for property damage was $4,711. In personal injury, 75% of cases settle for under $30,000, while others can reach the millions of dollars.
We know that it's hard to put a number on your recovery. Mighty Law team will help you evaluate your case while considering medical expenses, property damage, lost income, and other factors. This way, you can focus on moving forward with dignity and support.
Is hiring a car accident lawyer in Connecticut necessary?
While you aren't required to hire a CT car accident attorney after an incident, legal support can provide crucial assistance in addressing subsequent medical bills and property damage. An experienced Connecticut car accident lawyer will help you determine who is at fault in the accident and also use their extensive knowledge of the industry (and Connecticut state regulations) to help you avoid lowball offers and unfair settlements.
How much does a car accident lawyer in Connecticut cost through Mighty Law?
Following standard practice in personal injury, Mighty Law only charges fees if you win your car accident case.
But: we strive to go above and beyond “standard practice.” We price our legal services at 10% lower than industry standard Connecticut car accident attorneys while holding ourselves to a higher ethical standard. If we help you reach a settlement, we'll charge 30% of the gross amount..
What does the process of working with Mighty Law look like?
Once you reach out through our online contact form or by phone, your Mighty Law representatives will get in touch. In the initial screening, we'll get to know you-your goals, concerns, and story, and assess whether your case is a fit.
Then, you'll work with a dedicated case manager to help collect evidence and documentation. We'll then file a demand letter with the insurance company and begin the negotiation process.
How long will it take to investigate a car accident claim in CT?
The national average for car accident settlements in 2022 was slightly under 11 months. That being said, the timeline for your specific car accident case will vary. Mighty Law will work on building your car accident claim from the first moment you reach out, keeping a detailed eye on all the proceedings so you can focus on recovering.
Who pays for medical bills in a car crash in CT?
Since Connecticut is an at-fault state, the responsible party will ultimately pay for all expenses incurred during the accident. However, that doesn't help you cover the bills immediately after the incident. But don't worry—Mighty Law can help with that too!
We'll help you find a provider who won't require a payment until your case settles if you can't otherwise use health insurance to pay the bills. And if there is a question of fault, a Mighty Law Connecticut car accident attorney will help you navigate the road ahead.
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Mighty Law lawyers have civil litigation experience, come from mission-driven backgrounds, and agree to a strict Code of Conduct for how they work with clients.
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Marc has 25+ years experience practicing law. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law and holds two bachelor's degrees from the University of Hartford.
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Crystal has 10+ years experience practicing law. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut Law School, from which she also earned an LL.M., and holds a master's degree from Northeastern University.