At Adelman Hirsch & Connors LLP, we
prepare every personal injury or wrongful death case as if we are going to take
it to trial. Our practice emphasizes early investigation to preserve evidence,
engage forensic experts, and document the components of your personal injury
claim. Even though we very often settle our clients' claims on favorable terms,
our trial preparation mindset is highly effective in getting our insurance
defense opponents to deal with your claim fairly.
The attorneys of Adelman Hirsch & Connors LLP are established leaders in Connecticut's legal
community. Robert B. Adelman has been
listed among the Best Lawyers in America since 1991 and is an
AV-rated trial lawyer in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification
procedures, standards and policies. He
is a past President of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) and all
of our firm's named partners serve on the organization's Board of Governors. We are frequent authors and lecturers to
professional audiences on emerging topics in Connecticut personal injury law.
Most of all, we are trial lawyers committed to
providing the best client service possible for people who have been seriously
or fatally injured. We handle a wide
range of personal injury claims, including wrongful death, traumatic brain
injuries, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, premises liability
claims, defective products cases and motor vehicle collisions.
We represent clients on a contingency fee
basis. In other words, you owe no
attorney's fee until we obtain a settlement or verdict for you. In addition, our past success allows us to
commit very substantial legal, investigative, and forensic resources to cases
from the very first stages of our engagement.
This enables us to preserve and develop the evidence that is essential
to providing liability and documenting the full extent of your damages. We advance the expenses of this commitment at
our own risk. For a free consultation
about our approach to client service in your situation, contact us in Bridgeport, Danbury or Middletown.