Some easy questions need to be asked about the Democratic Party endorsed candidate for Attorney General. Although the presumption of eligibility might require this court to conclude that an attorney who has not practiced exclusively or even primarily as a litigator for at least ten years is qualified to hold the office of attorney general … Read more
If you’ve been hurt in a car accident and you’re a recipient of Medicaid, the last thing you want to hear is that Medicaid may lien some of your recovery. You may be a single parent, raising young children and struggling to make ends meet. We understand. This post is about Medicaid Liens on CT personal injury cases.
Here are 8 Things To Give To Your CT Personal Injury Attorney. After you set up a meeting with an attorney for the first time, you will probably have a lot of questions. Like “do I have a case?” or “how long will my case take?” One question we’re asked all the time is, “What documents should I bring to our first meeting?” This post will cover the basics. Don’t worry if you don’t have all of these things. We can have you sign authorizations and get them for you. Every personal injury case is different. And every case can require different documents. These 8 things are generally good documents to provide to your attorney as soon as possible if you have them.
When you get hurt – whether it is in a car accident or you are a victim of malpractice – it is a confusing time. What are your rights? Should you get a lawyer? What is fair? Those are questions that run through many people’s heads. If you’ve been injured in Connecticut, it’s important to be aware of the statute of limitation. A statute of limitation is simply the statutory deadline for filing a lawsuit. After this deadline passes, it’s too late to bring a case against the person who caused your injury.