Life changes drastically after a serious car accident. You may require multiple surgeries or extensive rehabilitation. You may not be able to work for weeks or even months. And pain management becomes a daily battle. In dealing with all of these challenges, you probably wonder who can be held responsible.

Getting The Compensation You Deserve

If someone else caused your car accident, you are entitled to receive compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. However, securing fair compensation usually takes more than filling out an insurance form. Insurance companies are notorious for minimizing car accident claims and offering lowball settlements. Without proper legal guidance, you could risk your financial future and give up important legal rights.

This is where Ganim Legal, P.C., can help. Our legal practice was built fighting for the rights of accident victims. Attorney Paul Ganim has nearly 25 years of legal experience and has helped hundreds of injured individuals maximize their settlements and verdicts. As a Bridgeport car accident injury lawyer, he is ready to help with cases involving:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck collisions
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
Will I Have To Go To Trial?

At Ganim Legal, P.C., we are often able to secure favorable personal injury settlements outside of trial. However, we always prepare for a courtroom battle from the beginning. It is through this advanced trial preparation that we secure vital evidence to support your position. When the defense sees we have built a solid case, it is less inclined to risk it at trial.

It is important to note that no personal injury firm, including ours, can ever promise a specific result. However, because our firm works on a contingency fee basis, there is little financial risk for you. If we do not win your case, you will not owe us any attorney’s fees.

Contact Us To Learn More
After a car accident, contact our Connecticut law firm at 203-864-6625 for a free consultation. The sooner we get started on your case, the better.