Did you know that more than 2.5 million people visit the emergency room each year due to automobile accidents and nearly 20% of those injured people choose not to commence a lawsuit because they do not realize the extent of their injuries. Please understand you have two years from the date of your accident to commence a personal injury lawsuit. So if you find yourself still feeling pain and seeking medical treatment prior to two years after your accident you still may be able to commence a lawsuit to cover your medical bills due to an accident which was not their fault.
A major issue we have in the Danbury area are vehicle owners who cause accidents not carrying insurance or not carrying enough insurance. Each month the Romanello Law Firm meets with clients who have been injured in a car accident to only find out the party that caused the accident was uninsured or underinsured.
Do not let that be the determining factor in deciding whether you should commence a lawsuit to pay for your out of pocket expenses, medical bills and to also be compensated for your pain and suffering. If you find out that the party that caused your accident does not have insurance that does not mean you cannot sue.
A little known fact is that most of our insurance policies have a section of coverage that allows us to be compensated when we are injured by an at-fault party who is either uninsured or underinsured. This allows us to be compensated for our injuries and pain and suffering even if the other party has no insurance.
So if you have been in an automobile accident come visit Joe Romanello at the Romanello Law Firm for a free consultation. We have successfully represented hundreds of personal injury claims in the Danbury and Fairfield County area for the past 19 years.