An injury can occur when you least expect it and change your life and the lives of your family members forever. When faced with such a terrible situation, you can turn to the experienced personal injury lawyers at Tremont & Sheldon to obtain justice and ensure you have the means to put your life back together.
If you are considering a personal injury claim to obtain compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages, every minute counts. Call 203-335-5145 or toll free in Connecticut at 877-335-5145 for a free initial consultation.
Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Communities Throughout Connecticut
At Tremont & Sheldon, we provide skilled representation from attorneys who are dedicated to obtaining justice for people who have been harmed by negligent individuals and corporations.
A personal injury claim can stem from a variety of situations, including traffic collisions, slip-and-fall accidents, defective products and injuries that occur due to the mistakes of medical professionals. For a claim to be successful, an injured person must be able to show that the harm and losses were caused by someone else's carelessness. Injuries can be mental or emotional in nature in addition to the physical injuries that people suffer.
Personal injury claims can also involve intentional acts such as the deliberate conduct involved when an adult sexually abuses a child or physically assaults another person.
To learn more about our personal injury practice, see the following:
- Types of injuries, such as spinal cord injuries and brain injuries
- Wrongful death
- Workplace injuries
- Defective products
- Unsafe premises, such as dog bites, security issues and falls
- Bars over-serving alcohol (dram shop)
Injured? We Are Here To Help.
If you have been injured, please do not hesitate to contact our Bridgeport, Connecticut, personal injury lawyers for a free consultation. We have extensive experience handling these claims and will examine your individual circumstances and make a judgment about whether you have a personal injury claim. Don't allow others, or yourself, to make that judgment for you.