Jun 10, 2013

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Injury Lawyer CT can help you when you have been injured by no fault of your own

Have you suffered injury that was someone else’s fault? If so, you can benefit from utilizing Injury Lawyer CT. Legally it is not all right for a person to be harmed in any way because of someone else’s mistake – the other person is liable. Negligence is the term used when someone is harmed by another person, whether intentionally or not. A simple scenario can be your car being hit from behind because the driver in back of you thought the light turned green and it did not. You suffer personal injury (you get physically and/or psychologically harmed) as well as motor vehicle damage. A Injury Lawyer CT can help you receive compensation for your personal injury but not for motor vehicle (property) damage. The following are a few examples of the types of personal injury that can be caused by someone else (someone else is liable), they fall into three categories: Negligence, Intentional Harm and Strict Liability:


  • Automobile/Motorcycle/Boating Accident
  • Boating/Cruise Accident
  • Medical/Dental Malpractice
  • Traumatic Brain/Spine Injuries
  • Construction Accidents
  • Slip & Fall
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist

Intentional Harm

  • Battery/Assault
  • Sexual Harassment

Strict Liability: Defective Product (anyone involved in the sale/production/distribution of)

If you, someone you care for or someone you know is harmed in any of the above ways, you should contact Injury Lawyer CT as soon as possible. You should keep in mind the following:

There are 4 elements involved that Injury Lawyer CT has to prove in order to be able to show Negligence (Intentional Harm/Strict Liability) in any case (in order to win). They are:

1. Duty of Care: proving the person did not behave responsible
2. Breach of Duty: proving the person did not show duty of care
3. Cause of Injury: proving the Breach of Duty directly harmed another individual
4. Damages: the amount of monetary damages the Breach of Duty caused

By contacting Riefe Tietjen Attorney at Law CT you will receive a free initial consultation. You will be advised if they can help you in your specific situation, the expected monetary award and approximately how much the cost will be to you for their services. Usually, an Injury Lawyer CT will not expect any payment from you until your receive your award.

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