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Our attorneys and staff are fully dedicated to assisting you and answering your questions. We take great pride in being available and helpful.
Our law firm is focused on representing individuals injured by the negligence and wrongdoing of others.
We understand that traumatic injuries can have a profound effect on one’s family. We endeavor to use all of our attention and resources toward helping our clients and their families protect their interests and get back on their feet.
A Long Tradition Of Protecting Families
For over 100 years, people in CT have relied on the law firm now known as Buckley Wynne & Parese. Today the law firm’s Connecticut injury attorneys focus all their experience and resources on helping injured people recover compensation. If you, a family member or friend have suffered an injury or death in an accident due to another person’s actions, call us today.
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Know Your Rights and Responsibilities After an Auto Accident
After an auto accident, insurance companies immediately take steps to minimize claim costs. This generally starts off with efforts to steer victims to insurance company preferred auto body shops, pushing for imitation auto parts, and securing premature recorded statements or medical authorizations. As for auto repairs, the law is clear: Your Car, Your Choice. We recommend that you choose an auto body shop of your choice, and take any directive from an insurance company with great skepticism. Similarly, it is often against your interest and not required that you give a recorded statement or medical authorizations. We are here to guide you through this process, help you avoid the pitfalls, and work with you to discuss your rights and responsibilities after an auto accident. To learn more, please review our booklet below.
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Drunk Driving in Connecticut
Posted on Feb 11, 2019
Drunk driving is a criminal offense. Connecticut has an Implied Consent Law. Every person who operates a motor vehicle is presumed to have given consent to take a test to determine his or her blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
Is Distracted Driving Reckless?
Posted on Feb 6, 2019
We are all made aware of the dangers of texting and driving through various forms of educational and media sources. Yet many choose to engage in texting and driving anyway. Choosing to do something that you know can cause injuries to other people seems consistent with a reckless state of mind.
The Importance of Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Coverage
Posted on Jan 30, 2019
After the initial trauma of a car wreck, the concerns of insurance coverage are real. Does the party at-fault have insurance and is it enough to fully compensate for all injuries and losses? Will there be adequate coverage to fully cover future medical care, lost wages at work, and permanent injuries?