Do You Need A New Haven Personal Injury Lawyer?

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February 12th, 2020

Hopefully you have never needed a New Haven personal injury lawyer. Many people do not know what they do until they need one. New Haven personal injury lawyers represent those clients who were injured as the result of another’s negligence. Our firm has been helping the injured along the Connecticut shoreline for nearly 60 years. We help the victims of auto accidents, workers’ compensation injuries, slip and fall accidents, and any accident where a negligent party contributed to the injury (including death). From the onset, our firm builds your case as if we are taking it to trial. We work tirelessly to seek damages for the following: Medical bills. Getting treated for your injuries can be extremely costly from tests conducted to diagnose as well as being treated by a physician and any medications you received while at the hospital. Future medical bills. Depending on the nature of your injuries, you may require lifelong medications and future treatments. Your claim will account for your future expenses. Lost wages. If you are unable to work because of your injuries, your lost wages are a part of your claim. The New Haven personal injury lawyers at The LoRicco Law Firm work to not only demand compensation for your missed work right after our injury, but also for any future lost wages to any treatments and/or disabilities. Any damages specific to your injuries and your case. Every injury and case is…continue reading

New Haven Personal Injury: 4 Things You Should Do If You Slip & Fall

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February 10th, 2020

When you visit a public place like a store, school, or hospital, and you injure yourself as the result of a slip and fall accident, the property owner may be liable for your injuries. New Haven personal injury lawyers, like those at the LoRicco Law Firm, can help. If you are ever involving this type of accident, make sure you do the following: 1.) Report your accident to the owner or manager. The owner or manager will help you get the medical help you require. 2.) Seek medical care. Get your injuries checked out by your primary care provider, emergency room doctor, or at the doctor specified by the manager or owner (this is especially important if this was an injury that happened on the job). 3.) Document the scene. As best you can, photograph the scene from all angles. Getting the most accurate photographs of the scene will help you build a stronger case. 4.) Contact a New Haven personal injury lawyer. The lawyers at the LoRicco Law Firm are experienced in handling cases like this. They will help you build your case from start to finish.

4 Things To Do After Your New Haven Slip & Fall Injury

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February 5th, 2020

While visiting a public place like a hospital, store, or school you may injure yourself as the result of a slip and fall accident andthe property owner may be liable for your injuries. New Haven personal injury lawyers, like those at the LoRicco Law Firm, can help. If you are ever involving this type of accident, make sure you do the following: 1.) Report your accident to the owner or manager. The owner or manager will help you get the medical help you require. 2.) Seek medical care. Get your injuries checked out by your primary care provider, emergency room doctor, or at the doctor specified by the manager or owner (this is especially important if this was an injury that happened on the job). 3.) Document the scene. As best you can, photograph the scene from all angles. Getting the most accurate photographs of the scene will help you build a stronger case. 4.) Contact a New Haven personal injury lawyer. The lawyers at the LoRicco Law Firm are experienced in handling cases like this. They will help you build your case from start to finish.

Did Your New Haven Auto Accident Cause A Soft Tissue Injury?

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February 3rd, 2020

Your healthcare provider may have told you have a soft tissue injury after your New Haven auto accident, slip and fall injury, or other New Haven personal injury. But what does that mean? A soft tissue injury is damage to muscles, tendons, and ligaments that could result in pain, swelling, bruising, and possibly loss of function. Common soft tissue injuries include, but are not limited to: Sprain or strain to a joint Contusions (bruises) Whiplash from a car accident If you or a loved one was injured, contact the experienced New Haven personal injury lawyers at The LoRicco Law Firm. We can help you navigate your insurance claim.

Avoid Ice Skidding on New Haven Roads

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January 31st, 2020

Traveling along New Haven road in icy conditions like today can be frightening, especially if you were injured in a New Haven auto accident because your vehicle either skidded or your vehicle was hit by one. If you are ever behind the wheel and your vehicle starts to skid, there are some tips offered by the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Ice is twice as slippery at 30 degrees than 0 degrees. If you hit an icy patch, take your foot off the brake and either accelerate or downshift. If you are skidding, take your foot off the brake and steer your wheel into the direction the back of your vehicle is going. Using a light touch will take you out of the skid. Leave plenty of space between yourself and the car in front of you. If you were injured in an auto accident involving a skidding vehicle, contact the attorneys at The LoRicco Law Firm. Whether your injuries were caused by another motorist on the road, or could have been prevented if the municipality de-iced, our New Haven Auto Accident attorneys can help you file your claim.

Avoid A New Haven Personal Injury By Playing Nice With Your Neighbor’s Dog

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January 27th, 2020

Nearly 5 million people get dog bites in the United States each year and almost a million of those people require medical attention. In the State of Connecticut these dog bites which require medical attention are the responsibility of the dog owner. The Connecticut Humane Society has some suggestions on how to avoid being one of the people who needs to seek medical attention for a dog bite . Don’t approach a strange dog that you are unfamiliar with Never turn your back on a dog and run away, they will want to give chase. Don’t pet a dog without letting him sniff you first Teach your children to ask permission before petting a dog Don’t disturb a dog that is eating, caring for puppies, or sleeping Following these steps will not completely prevent the possibility of being bitten by a dog, but they can significantly reduce the chances that you will find yourself seeking medical attention for a dog bite. If you are bitten by a dog, seek medical attention and consult an experienced and knowledgeable New Haven personal injury lawyer to help you file your claim.

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