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Our firm is dedicated solely to representing individuals. We do not represent any insurance companies. This means we do not feel any pressure to settle a case unless it is in the best interest of our client.
In addition, we pride ourselves on the customer service we provide our clients. Our Connecticut personal injury attorneys take the time to answer your questions, explain the legal process, and review all your potential options. Our staff will guide you through every step of the process and make sure you, as our client, are comfortable with the decisions that are made in your case. We are well aware that our clients have put their faith and trust in our firm and therefore we go out of our way to make sure that all their needs are met.
The process begins with an initial interview where you will meet with one of our attorneys (either in our office or at your home or hospital if you cannot leave).
Our personal injury lawyers will ask you questions about the accident, your injuries and treatment and other background information. After getting this information, they will explain your options and answer any questions you may have. If we determine you have a case and you decide you want to retain the Law Office of Kevin C. Ferry, LLC, our attorney will have you sign a retainer agreement.
Once we have all of the information we need to fully assess your case, we will then begin to negotiate with the insurance carrier. If we are unable to resolve your case with a mutually agreed upon settlement, the case will be put into suit. This is when a lawsuit is actually filed with the court. As a part of this process, you may have to answer written questions (also known as interrogatories) and attend a deposition (where the attorney for the insurance company will ask you questions). During this process, our attorneys will continue to work with the insurance carrier and try to resolve the case. If it cannot be resolved, the case goes to trial.
Throughout the process, it is important that you keep your attorney updated in regard to your medical treatment and contact information. It is also important that you respond to communications from our office as soon as possible. Although we will do everything we can to make the process as easy as possible, we cannot do it entirely alone. This ensures that we have the information we need to aggressively fight for you.
In a typical personal injury case, the process can range from a few months to a few years. It depends on the extent of your injuries, your medical treatment and whether the case can be resolved by entering into an agreed upon settlement or must be resolved with a trial.