After a serious car accident, you may have questions. Will I get the medical care I need? How will I pay my bills? How will my family cope if I can't go back to work soon?
At Cummings Law Firm in Waterbury, we have answers to these and the many other questions you may have. We provide results-oriented representation for our clients, working diligently to help them obtain full compensation and the medical care they need to recover to the fullest extent possible.
Call Us Before You Talk To The Insurance Company
Following a car accident, it is wise to speak with an attorney before you talk with your insurance company. The reason is simple: Insurance companies are always looking out for their interests, and they instruct their representatives to obtain information that works in their favor, not yours.
In a free consultation, personal injury attorney James Cummings can review your case and explain your legal options. If you retain our firm, we will start building your case immediately. Call 203-754-7779 to learn how we can help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
Helping You Rebuild Your Life
Our firm will work hard to obtain the best possible result for you, including compensation for your medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, and other economic and noneconomic losses.
Our firm will investigate the accident — Our firm will determine how the accident happened and assign liability to the responsible party or parties.
We will review insurance coverage issues — There may be sources of insurance compensation you may not know about such as uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. James Cummings will seek maximum compensation for you from all possible sources.
We will learn about your medical needs — In conversations with your doctor or other medical specialists, we will identify the medical care and rehabilitation services you need for inclusion in your claim.
Our firm will vigorously represent you — In settlement negotiations or in the courtroom, we will be your advocate, seeking maximum compensation for you.