Connecticut Attorneys For Lower Body Injuries
Sustaining damage to a part of the lower body could drastically impact a person’s life. For example, a car accident victim whose hip is seriously damaged in a crash could have to miss work, incur large medical expenses and face a lengthy rehabilitation process. This person should not have to fight for justice alone, nor should he or she be required to cover the cost of their injuries.
At Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., our experienced attorneys fight for the rights of injured individuals and pursue maximum compensation when it is needed most.
Since 1988, our firm has emphasized treating our clients the way we would expect to be treated. We focus on providing personalized and caring client service that is aimed at achieving our clients’ goals as quickly as possible.
We invite you to learn more about our services during a free initial consultation. You may call our firm at 203-936-7931 (local) or 866-689-1248 (toll-free), or you may contact our New Haven lawyers online.
The Impact Of Lower Body Injuries
Simply stated, a person needs his or her lower body to move around and to get things done. This means a person’s hips, knees, ankles, feet and other portions of the lower body must be functioning normally. Unfortunately, many accident victims suffer severe, debilitating injuries that make it difficult to perform day-to-day activities.
You could be entitled to compensation whether you were the victim of a car accident, if you slipped and fell on another person’s property or if your injuries were caused by a defective product. Please speak with us today if you or a loved one suffered a/an:
- Knee injury
- Ankle injury
- Hip injury
- Foot injury
- Any other lower body injury
Our attorneys are ready to listen to your situation and provide honest advice regarding a potential claim.
What If I Was Injured At Work?
Work-related lower body injuries are covered by Connecticut’s workers’ compensation system. This system allows injured employees to obtain benefits regardless of fault. The only requirement is that the injury must have been sustained while performing tasks associated with a person’s job. You must, however, file your claim within a certain period of time. The deadline is typically a claim must be filed and your employer notified within 30 days of your accident, with few exceptions. Our firm can help you navigate the workers’ compensation system, including filing an initial application or appealing a wrongfully denied claim.
Contact Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C.
Please schedule your free initial consultation today by calling our firm at 203-936-7931 or toll-free at 866-689-1248. You may also contact our personal injury firm online, and we will reach out shortly to discuss your situation.