In Waterbury, 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:
• Puncture wounds and permanent residual scarring
• Neurological injuries
• Traumatic brain injuries
• Orthopedic injuries
• Nerve injuries
Featured Case: We represented a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agent who suffered significant injuries in the line of duty in connection with a highway truck crash. The case resulted in a confidential six-figure settlement.
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.
21 Oak Street, Suite 208
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
Tel: (860) 930-4200
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Waterbury, nicknamed the ‘Brass City,’ is located in New Haven County, CT. It is the second largest city in New Haven County and the fifth largest city in CT. In the first half of the 20th century, Waterbury was the leading center in the U.S. for the manufacture of brassware, as reflected in the nickname ‘Brass City.’ For more information, visit the City of Waterbury website.