Personal Injury Claims
At Biller, Sachs, & Robert our skilled and experienced team represents victims suffering from serious personal injuries and wrongful death. If you or a loved one has been injured due to another party’s negligence, contact our firm to discuss your potential personal injury claim by completing the form below.
Please refer to What to Do if You are Injured in an Accident in Connecticut below for the steps you should follow if you are injured.
With years of experience practicing personal injury law, our attorneys thoroughly prepare clients’ claims by gathering evidence, contacting witnesses, and negotiating with insurance companies. We assess the full scope of your damages, which could include medical costs, loss of earning capacity, physical and emotional suffering, and forced changes in lifestyle.
Our attorneys believe in fully representing all of our clients’ interests in an effort to help victims and their families recover what they are entitled to after an injury. We will be by your side and work with you every step of the way.
If our negotiations with the insurance companies fail to produce satisfactory settlement terms, as a litigation firm, we are prepared and willing to aggressively represent your interests in court.
We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis and charge no attorneys' fees if we fail to recover compensation for you.
If you or a loved one has suffered due to another party's negligence, contact our firm to file a personal injury claim or receive personal injury advice. You should take the following steps if you are injured in an accident:
First: Seek immediate medical attention. Many times injuries, including pain, stiffness, or bruising, do not manifest themselves until 24-48 hours after an accident has taken place. Even if there are no physical symptoms at the time of the accident, you should always consider seeking immediate medical attention. If symptoms develop after an accident, do not hesitate to consult a physician as soon as possible. Any hesitation, procrastination or delay may adversely affect you down the line.
Second: Identify the parties and witnesses. Be sure to identify all parties at the scene of an accident, and write down their contact and insurance information. This includes all emergency response personnel and witnesses, within reason, in case you need to obtain their statements or reports in the future.
Third: Record conditions. Be sure to revisit the site of the accident as soon as practicable and record the conditions from all angles. If possible, take as many pictures as you can, as they will assist in recreating the scene exactly as it existed at the time of your accident.
Fourth: Preserve evidence. If you've experienced a failed component or product which resulted or contributed to your accident, be sure to preserve it for safekeeping if it's reasonable to do so.
Fifth: Keep a record. Be sure to write down everything you can remember about the events leading up to and following your accident. It seems simple enough, but everyone's memory fades over time, no matter how traumatic the incident. By creating a record of everything that transpired, you will always have the details of the incident available, if necessary.
Sixth: Call your insurance company. Be sure to promptly report the injury and loss to your insurance company. Many insurance policies have time limits in which you must report an incident and file a claim. You don't want to limit your remedies or curtail your rights by filing a late report.
Seventh: Follow up on reports. Some government agencies and private companies delete their records over time. Be sure to follow up with the appropriate parties to get access to and make copies of all reports and statements that relate to your accident.
Eighth: Consult an attorney. Call Biller, Sachs & Robert at 203-281-1717 or contact us online. We can assist you with all of the above but most importantly, we know how to preserve your rights. The law often mandates strict time frames that must be met in order to make a claim for your injuries. Obtaining the much-needed advice of an attorney will help you avoid these obstacles and limit surprises. We also offer free initial consultations. Taking advantage of our expertise will save you the time and energy of worrying about whether or not your claim has any merit, so that you can focus on recovering.
Types of Personal Injury
Early involvement by an experienced attorney will help ensure full compensation for injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident.
Bicycle & Pedestian Accidents
Crashes involving bicyclists or pedestrians and motor vehicles are often devastating for the victims. If you or a loved one has been hit by a car while walking or on a bicycle and suffered injuries, you may have a claim.
Our attorneys are well-versed in the laws that protect consumers against the harm posed by defective products. When a consumer sustains an injury due to a defective product, a number of parties can be held liable for releasing a product that they knew or should have known posed a risk to users.
A workplace injury occurs because the work environment is unsafe. In addition to workers’ compensation you may be entitled personal injury compensation.
Traumatic Brain Injury
Head trauma in an accident can happen in only a second, but its consequences can reverberate for the rest of your life. Even a mild traumatic brain injury can change the entire course of a victim’s life.
If your family recently experienced the loss of a loved one due to an incident caused by someone else’s negligence or willful actions you may be entitled to seek compensation for your loss.
Our Success Stories
A settlement for a client with his underinsured automobile insurer for an amount four times the initial offer.
A settlement for a client with the insurance company of the driver who rear-ended him on the highway for more than double the initial offer from the insurance company.
Motor Vehicle - Bodily Injury
A settlement for a client injured in a motor vehicle collision who had a history of prior injuries that were aggravated as a result of the collision. The settlement was for three times the initial offer made by the other driver’s insurance company.
Motor Vehicle - Underinsured
A $100,000 settlement for a client insured in a motor vehicle accident with her underinsured automobile insurer, which originally offered less than $20,000.
Motor Vehicle - Underinsured Motorist
A $150,000 settlement for a client with the underinsured motorist insurer for the remaining policy limits.
Bodily Injury - $400,000 Settlement
A $400,000 settlement after a mediation for a client who suffered serious injuries to his back after a motor vehicle collision.
A confidential settlement for a client compensating her for injuries she suffered at a commercial shopping facility where the landlord and property maintenance company disputed liability.
Confidential Settlement - Missing Evidence
A confidential settlement for a client who was hit by another driver where liability was disputed and through evidence missing from the police report, the other driver admitted liability.