Law Offices of Joseph S. Hubicki
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
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Personal Injury Law
The Firm has resolved hundreds of personal injury cases, including automobile accident, premises liability (trip and fall), medical malpractice, construction accident, products liability and mass tort cases. Recent resolutions include $1.6 million settlement in favor of client injured in construction accident.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Most car accidents are simple fender-benders resulting in minimal damage. Unfortunately, however, they can also be serious collisions that result in major injury and even death. These accidents have an effect not only on the individuals involved but their entire family. Some victims are permanently disabled and may never work again.
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, and are in need of a Connecticut car accident Lawyer, it’s important to understand the seriousness of your case and seek legal help. We have the legal knowledge, expertise, and experience to help you win the compensation you need and deserve.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an a car accident, it is important that the claims process is completed correctly the first time, because victims of these types of accidents only have one opportunity to seek compensation. The cost of medical treatment for car accident-related injuries can reach into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, so please let us help you get the compensation you deserve and contact us.
Regardless of who caused the accident or what type of injury was sustained, opposition from at-fault parties, insurance companies, and other pressures can make it difficult for you get the fair compensation you deserve. Our highly skilled team will always provide a compassionate and caring service to guide you through your options. Contact us now for Free Consultation about your case.
Trip and Fall Premises Liability
Business owners and lessees have a legal duty to their customers and others lawfully visiting their premises to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition. Private property owners and lessees may also be held legally responsible for personal injuries which occur on their property. Premises liability cases include but are not limited to:
Accidents in commercial and residential building
Inadequate and defective maintenance of building and property
Sidewalk and parking lot accidents
Although some premises cases, such as so-called "slip and fall" cases, can seem simple, Connecticut law favors the premises owner. Simply because a person is injured on another person's property or on the premises of a commercial establishment, that does not guarantee that a lawsuit may be successfully brought.
An injured plaintiff must prove that the property owner or lessee either caused the defective or unsafe condition or they knew or should have known that there was a defective or unsafe condition on the property. Furthermore, a plaintiff must prove that this condition was a substantial factor in causing the injury. Another important factor that usually arises in these cases is the degree of responsibility for the accident by the injured party, also known as contributory or comparative negligence, which could reduce a recovery or prevent one in its entirety.
Prompt and thorough investigation of these claims is mandatory. This usually includes an immediate inspection of the accident location including scene photographs and witness interviews before evidence is lost or destroyed. Trained investigators are retained to immediately secure all available evidence and try to answer a host of pertinent questions including the length of time the unsafe condition existed, prior complaints, prior accidents, and building code violations. It may even be necessary to utilize experts in various disciplines such as an engineer or an architect to properly investigate and evaluate your case.
If necessary, we also retain expert accountants and financial analysts because many premises liability cases have their own set of associated losses including lost wages, the cost of care and many other monetary costs. In order to accurately assess what these costs will be for the remainder of a victim’s life, we use financial professionals to derive fair resolutions for injury victims.
We aggressively work to help you and your family pursue compensation for your injuries. If you have been injured due to the negligence of another, please Contact our firm to discuss your case.