Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Basics of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage

Connecticut Auto Insurance Requirements

According to the Insurance Research Council, about 12 percent of licensed drivers in Connecticut drive without auto insurance coverage. When the Council looked at national statistics, it found that one in six car accidents are caused by drivers without any kind of auto insurance. When you stop to consider these numbers, the open road starts to feel a bit like the Wild Wild West.   (more…)

What Is Pain and Suffering?

Personal Injury Damages in Connecticut

Most people have heard the term "pain and suffering." If you have been hurt in an accident, you may have even been told that you are entitled to damages for your pain and suffering. But do you really know what this means? Doesn't pain mean different things to different people? In the personal injury context in Connecticut, pain and suffering has a very specific meaning.  

Types of Damages

Injuries – especially those caused by accidents – usually result in two types of harm: economic