Loved One Suffer a Wrongful Death?

Connecticut Fatal Accidents Attorneys Help Clients Recover

Usually, wrongful death claims are brought by family members after a parent or child has been killed in a fatal accident. For example, the spouse of a person killed in an accident caused by a drunk driver often has a justifiable wrongful death claim against the insurance company of the negligent driver. A wrongful death claim can also arise out of a workplace accident, medical negligence, or an accident that occurred on unsafe premises.

Free initial consultation about your wrongful death case
No attorney’s fees for our services if you don’t recover money

Since we opened our doors in 1985, the personal injury litigation attorneys of Polinsky Law Group LLC, Attorneys At Law have been providing compassionate and aggressive representation for clients who have lost cherished family members in a fatal accident. We understand what a wrongful death case is really all about. We know how important the loss of a loved one is to your family’s emotional well-being and financial future. But we also know that you need more than a friendly ear. You need serious representation to pursue full and fair compensation for your family’s loss.

Don’t let your family become a victim twice!

We are ready with a team of experienced attorneys, professionally trained staff, technical resources, and a network of independent professionals to prepare your case for compensation. Whenever possible, we fight to resolve your wrongful death claim through negotiation. But we also know that wrongful death claims often must go to a jury verdict. We have the trial experience you can rely on and a track record to prove it.

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Don’t let your family become an accident victim twice. Let us help you recover the compensation you are entitled to. Contact our offices in Hartford, Connecticut, to schedule a free consultation about your wrongful death case. We handle cases in Connecticut courts.