In Meriden, CT, serious injuries resulting from negligent operation of an automobile or tractor-trailer truck are the legal responsibility of the negligent operator.
Have you or someone you love suffered an injury from an automobile or trucking accident? If so, please contact me, Timothy L. O’Keefe, Esq., a Connecticut Automobile Accident Attorney, to discuss a claim for financial compensation. My firm and I have years of experience in representing victims of automobile and trucking accidents, bringing cases to trial and negotiating many settlements. There is no fee for consultations.
Serious trucking and automobile accidents can result in significant injuries including:
• Neurological injuries
• Traumatic brain injuries
• Nerve injuries
• Orthopedic injuries
• Puncture wounds and permanent residual scarring
Featured Case: $167,500.00 for a woman injured in a low impact automobile accident less than a mile from her home.
Dangerous automobile and truck operators should be held legally accountable for these injuries.
Contact me even if you’re unsure if you have a case. We will discuss the incident at no charge to you.
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Hartford, Connecticut 06106
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Meriden is a city in New Haven County, CT. Meriden was originally part of Wallingford but was granted its own meetinghouse in 1727 and became a town in 1806. It was named after the town of Meriden in England. The city has an area of 24.1 square miles and as of the last census, the population was 60,868. For more information on Meriden, visit the official website.