Your top rated Connecticut personal injury law firm.
Serious injuries require experienced personal injury lawyers. Bartlett Legal Group has successfully handled many significant Connecticut personal injury cases and wrongful death claims for clients and attorneys across the country. Let us leverage our decades of legal experience for you.
As your legal team we promise:
- We will fight to protect the rights and interests of you and your family.
- We will take your case to trial if needed to pursue the best outcome for you emotionally and financially.
- With experience, dedication, and compassion we will work to provide you closure and justice.
- No cost to you if we don’t settle your personal injury case on your behalf or win at trial.
Cheshire Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyers
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Our core Personal Injury cases are:
Wrongful death claims in Connecticut involve a death caused by the negligent, willful, or wrongful act, omission, or fault of another. To address the unique challenges of wrongful death claims, our firm has developed a network of experts including medical professionals, accident reconstructionists, and economists to assist us in building the strongest case possible.
Our firm has handled wrongful death claims stemming from car accidents, motorcycle accidents, boating accidents, medical malpractice and nursing home neglect. Contact our office to set up a free consultation to discuss your legal rights. For more key information on wrongful death claims in Connecticut, click here
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Our centrally located Connecticut lawyers can help you if an auto accident resulted in your personal injury or bodily harm. Connecticut law allows you to file a personal injury case to recover damages suffered in an auto accident, including medical bills, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life’s activities and lost wages.
We have handled hundreds of car accident cases and can draw on our years of experience to work towards maximizing your compensation. Many answers about Connecticut car accident lawsuits.
Adult victims of childhood sexual abuse now have a voice. The statute of limitations in Connecticut provides victims of childhood sexual abuse thirty years from when they turn eighteen to pursue a claim stemming from the abuse. In some sexual abuse cases there isn’t a statute of limitations.
Our firm represents many clients who have been sexually abused by those in community organizations or positions of trust and authority including
- Boy Scouts of America
- Schools (teachers and coaches)
- Medical institutions, medical professionals and doctors
- Churches (clergy, camp counselors)
For important information on sexual abuse laws in Connecticut, please click here
As Connecticut motorcycle riders ourselves, we know firsthand the dangers and complexities of motorcycle accidents, and the often life altering impacts a motorcycle accident can create.
We work hand in hand with accident re-constructionists to determine what factors contributed to the accident and identify potentially liable parties. For more information on motorcycle accident lawsuits in Connecticut.
The medical malpractice attorneys at our law firm regularly handle this complicated type of personal injury case. Medical malpractice cases require medical experts on your team that can identify what specifically went wrong and how it should have been prevented.
Our medical expert Bonnie Caines works closely with her network of medical professionals and with our attorneys to bring the strongest possible suit on your behalf. Things you need to know about Connecticut medical malpractice claims.
Other Personal Injury
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CT Appellate Attorney
Below is TV coverage of Attorney Frank Bartlett before the CT Supreme Court in Wood v. Club LLC. His arguments start 30 minutes 20 seconds into the video. This is a rare opportunity to see how your attorney deals with the unique intense pressure of our State’s highest court. Click on the photo below to view the video. After watching the video click here for the Supreme Court’s Ruling.