Recover Medical Bills And Lost Wages

Financial hardships are real when you're trying to recover from a serious accident. The injuries and damages include physical and emotional injuries and financial burdens. If you don't have health insurance or you're unable to work, losses can be devastating.

Many of our clients who do have health insurance, even on top of auto insurance, struggle to pay medical bills resulting from serious injuries.

Medical Bill Compensation

It is critical to get a full, accurate medical evaluation of your injuries along with your short- and long-term recovery paths. It is advisable to see specialists for evaluations of specific injuries such as brain injury, back injury, neck injury, joint injury, hand injury, foot injury, serious burns and others. Medical experts can then provide testimony concerning the severity of your injuries and future medical needs.

Securing Your Wage Loss Claim

Your ability to work has likely been negatively impacted. Missing work and missing paychecks can put you in the red quickly when everyday expenses add up on top of medical bills and vehicle damage.

What will you do if you can't work for weeks, months or ever again? Insurance companies are reluctant to pay wage loss claims. You need the representation of a personal injury lawyer who can secure compensation from the at-fault party's insurance company and build a compelling case for wages that you have already lost on top of the income earning power you will lose in the future.

We don't take property damage (vehicle damage) compensation out of your settlement. Achieving a favorable settlement secures full compensation for your vehicle repairs.

Keeping Bill Collectors At Bay

With over 25 years of experience handling insurance claims, our attorneys help clients from Hartford to Waterbury negotiate with insurance companies and other bill collectors. We will help you:

  • Manage bills to avoid late payment
  • Protect your credit from medical bills
  • Access insurance coverage you might not know you have
  • Postpone bill payments while your legal case is pending
  • Find medical care that doesn't require payment upfront

Insurance coverage in Connecticut and across the nation is complicated. Policies are not meant for the layperson to be able to interpret.

Getting an experienced and compassionate lawyer in your corner is critical. We will wipe away the confusion, and help you understand the Connecticut system and your full legal options.

Call Sheffy, Mazzaccaro, DePaolo & DeNigris, LLP — free initial personal injury consultation

Please call 860-384-6319 or 800-221-5026, or email us to schedule a meeting with partner attorney Tony Sheffy.

We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. Other matters may require an hourly fee arrangement. We never get more out of settlements than our clients do.