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A Connecticut car accident lawyer can help seek legal recourse

On Behalf of | Nov 5, 2014 | Car Accidents

Car accidents victims may suffer major physical impairments which can lead to years of physical therapy and other medical expenses. With over two decades of experience, the attorneys at Kennedy Johnson Schwab & Roberge LLC have represented car accident victims since 1988.

The plethora of legal experts at our firm, with years of experience have garnered the know how to give the best legal advice to car accident victims in Connecticut. Car accident victims may suffer from any number of injuries, including but not limited to whiplash, spinal cord injuries, brain and head injuries or even death. A car accident victim may also suffer from psychological trauma including depression and anxiety due to the multitude of problems associated with a car crash. Our law firm has handled car accident cases covering all these situations.

A car accident victim may suffer not only chronic physical ailments but also economic duress. A car accident victim may even lose the person’s job due to the injuries. We may be able to traverse the legal court system to get just compensation for a victim or the person’s family in a personal injury lawsuit. This compensation can be vital for people as they try to move forward from the accident.

A driver found guilty of traffic violations causing the accident may be punished with severe penalties. Kennedy Johnson Schwab & Roberge LLC has had a long standing legacy of dynamic legal support that has brought car accident victims and their families due justice by tendering just compensation from not only the guilty driver, but also the car insurance companies.



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