Support from Connecticut truck accident lawyers who care.

We're more than just a legal team. We're the holistic support system you need after a Connecticut truck accident.

If you've been affected by one of the 12,000 trucking accidents in Connecticut in the past three years, you may benefit from support as you navigate the roadblocks to recovery—large companies, cutthroat legal teams, and extended resolution times.

With a skilled team of Connecticut truck accident attorneys, you can navigate the legal terrain and state automobile policies—and start building toward a healthier, happier future.

Mighty Law's transparent, thorough legal teams dig into the facts, bringing a deep understanding of Connecticut trucking accident laws and insurance systems to the negotiating table. From day one, we'll help you gather evidence, collect documents, and assemble a lawsuit designed to make your full recovery possible. You deserve support. And you've got it—with Mighty Law's CT truck accident legal team behind the wheel.

Crystal Cooke
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Crystal Cooke

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.

Why Choose Mighty?

Your personal injury claim shouldn't be more stressful than the truck crash itself. With our team of expert Connecticut truck accident lawyers, you can depend on Mighty Law to give you the support you deserve. We'll give you the facts that matter, help you build a strong truck accident case, and help with additional financial and medical resources to fuel your recovery. Plus, you only pay if you win.


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If you’re hurt in an accident, the most obvious course of action is to get medical treatment. But getting treatment after an accident has implications that go beyond just your physical health. People get pressure from their attorney to get treatment, even though their attorney may not disclose that often medical treatment from an accident isn’t covered by health insurance, and your legal settlement may depend on the treatment you get.

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June 23, 2022

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As car owners, attorneys, and legal funders who deal with motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) know, navigating automobile insurance can be a complicated process. For you, a better understanding of insurance directly affects your ability to make strong investments in the space. Why is it important? The statistics say it all.

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Mental Health After An Accident: 5 Statistics That Should Sadden Everyone

At Mighty, we believe that mental health is as important as physical health, and want to highlight some of the terrible statistics we’ve found that prove our point.

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June 23, 2022

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What should I do if I get in a truck accident in Connecticut?

Before you begin the “truck accident lawyer Connecticut” search, contact law enforcement immediately to provide an official report of the event—even if you don't initially think it's serious. An official police report can benefit the legal process and even save you months or years in your personal injury case. So can photo evidence—so if possible, try to take pictures at the scene of the accident.

Is Connecticut a no-fault state for truck accidents?

Connecticut is an at-fault state for truck accidents, meaning that the truck driver liable for the truck crash will pay the bills at settlement. Because large truck accidents can often be more costly than 4-wheeler automobile crashes, it's especially important to determine which party is at fault. That's where Mighty comes in—our experienced lawyers will work to ensure you don't have to foot the bill for your own recovery.

What is the average settlement for a truck accident in Connecticut?

Truck accident settlements range greatly, from the tens of thousands to the hundreds of thousands and beyond. Because commercial truck accidents tend to be more serious than other automobile accidents—and because the insurance policy trucks carry is larger—settlements can often be higher. The outcome of your specific case will likely depend on various factors, including the severity of injuries suffered, associated medical costs, lost income, and amount of pain and suffering.

Is hiring a truck accident lawyer in Connecticut necessary?

Hiring a Connecticut truck accident lawyer isn't necessary for all cases, but truck accidents can be especially complicated events that require support and expertise. A skilled lawyer can help you navigate any confusing matters—for example, questions of who is at fault, the presence of roadside distractions, the possibility of truck company violations against trucking regulations, and more.

How much does a truck accident lawyer in Connecticut cost through Mighty Law?

We know that recovering from a trucking accident can be financially draining, so we're committed to providing you with comprehensive care at fair, transparent prices. We work on a contingency basis, which means you'll only pay if you win. We also charge 10% less than the industry average. For cases that settle directly, our pre-suit fee is 30% or less. If we move forward with a lawsuit, our post-suit fee is 36% or less.

What does the process of working with Mighty Law look like?

As soon as you're ready to get started, you'll begin by completing our simple online form or calling us. Once we have your contact information, we'll reach out to learn more information and sign you to a retainer, making Mighty Law your lawyer.

Once we're working together, we'll help you by assembling a case and filing a demand letter with the insurance company. After filing, we'll keep you informed throughout the negotiation process. Mighty's team will work with you hand-in-hand to reach an outcome you're happy with. In some cases, we may help you file a lawsuit to get there.

How long will it take to investigate a truck accident claim in CT?

The average length of time for the claims process is 1.5 years, but individual cases vary. How long your case takes depends on its complexity, the number of people involved in the investigation, the trucking company's legal representation, and more. Mighty Law will always process documents as quickly as possible to move your case along.

Who pays for medical bills in a truck accident in CT?

In Connecticut's at-fault system, the driver at fault is ultimately responsible for paying medical bills. However, these bills are usually compensated at the end of the case, which means that your health insurance company will cover the charges upfront. If you don't have health insurance, you may be treated on a lien, which means the medical provider defers payment until settlement.

Truck Accident Lawyers in Connecticut

These attorneys practice personal injury law in Connecticut. They are not affiliated with Mighty or Mighty Law. Mighty Law may refer clients to outside law firms but neither Mighty or Mighty Law recommend specific attorneys.

The Hartford

(860) 547-5000

690 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, CT 06155

The Law Offices of Balzano & Tropiano

(203) 891-6336

321 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511

Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers

(203) 884-8934

965 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, CT 06605

Katz & Seligman

(860) 547-1857

130 Washington Street, Hartford, CT 06106

Mighty Law Lawyers

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.

Marc Ubaldi
Marc Ubaldi

Mighty Law Attorney

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.

Crystal Cooke
Crystal Cooke

Mighty Law Attorney

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.


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