Have you been injured due to the fault of another party?
You may be entitled to compensation. Come in for a no obligation, free consultation with our team. Our fees are on a contingency basis. What does this mean? We only get paid if we settle or win your case.
Below is a list of the types of injury cases we handle.
If you have been involved in a car accident it’s important to do certain things to help us develop your case:
Our firm understands that this can be a very stressful time for individuals and families. Most of the time, your initial goals after going through such an unfortunate event is to not suffer financially through lost wages and have your medical bills paid for. Further, that your auto and/or health insurance company will pay for treatment related to your injury and that the responsible party is ultimately held accountable for your injuries and associated damages that you may be entitled to. Call us for your free, no obligation consultation so we can explain how we will do this and how accident cases work in the State of Connecticut.
Have you been injured at work?
The workers compensation act is designed to provide injured workers financial and medical support to get better and get back to work. Workers compensation claims also involve insurance adjusters and attorneys who often times try to minimize the benefits that you’re entitled to or deny any benefits at all. Our firm stands up for the rights and benefits that you may be entitled to. Workers compensation claims are handled on a contingency basis. Thus, it doesn’t cost you anything until we are able to get you certain benefits or settle your workers compensation claim.
If you have been injured at work make sure you do the following:
Whether you are purchasing your first home, your fifth home, or in the process of selling and buying simultaneously, our firm has handled a variety of real estate volume. Attorney Pazzaglia has represented a multitude of individuals, families, builders, developers and institutional lenders in the acquisition, sale and refinancing of residential real estate in the State of Connecticut. The firm offers competitive and reasonable fee arrangements depending on the type of transaction.
The firm also prepares last will and testaments, living wills, powers of attorney and advanced medical directives to individuals and families in need of preparing there estate planning documents. Contact us today.