LOST LIMBS AND BODY PARTS
If you have lost a limb at the hands of a reckless or careless individual, you have the right to pursue damages for the unnecessary suffering you have endured.
Find Out How McCoy & McCoy Can Help You
With our help, you can take legal action against the responsible party, and you could greatly benefit from recovering a substantial monetary settlement that you deserve for past, present and future:
- Medical expenses, including additional surgeries and prosthetics
- Lost income
- Pain and suffering
- Long-term care needs
- Loss of enjoyment of life and other losses
Our firm will work tirelessly to reach a successful conclusion to your case, but it is up to you to enlist the professional help that you will need. Depending on the nature and the extent of your injury, you can pursue an appropriate amount of compensation that will allow you to return to a life that is as close to normal as possible.
Our principal lawyer, Frank McCoy Jr., is certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy — a distinction that fewer than 0.5 percent of all Connecticut lawyers have earned. We advocate for victims and their families throughout Connecticut. We are always prepared to win your case and maximize your results at trial, but more than 90 percent of the cases we handle settle outside of court to the benefit of our clients.
How Long Do You Have To Pursue Legal Action In Connecticut?
If you have suffered an injury that was caused by negligence, misconduct or malpractice, you only have two years from the date of injury to officially file a lawsuit, according to the Connecticut statute of limitations.
In the event that an injury was not discovered right away, however, and an amputation was needed thereafter, you may have up to three years from the date that the negligent act took place to pursue your case.
If you have suffered the loss of your limb and you are unsure of whether or not the statute of limitations has expired on your case, it is imperative that you consult an attorney at our firm as soon as possible. There may still be time.