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What Happens If the Other Driver Was Uninsured?

If you’ve been in a serious car accident, you might have injuries that are hard to treat and are long-lasting. Naturally, you want to seek compensation from the at-fault driver whose conduct caused the collision. But what do you do if that person was uninsured? Can you still get the compensation you deserve? This will explain how AHC Injury Law can help you do just that.

Can You Claim Compensation If the Other Driver Was Uninsured? 


When you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another, no amount of money will bring them back or make you whole again. However, hiring an experienced wrongful death lawyer can help you get some peace of mind knowing you did everything possible to get justice for your loved one.

Get Justice and Peace of Mind With a Wrongful Death Lawyer

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Injury Lawyers FAQs: How Long Does an Injury Claim Take to Resolve?

A serious injury can be stressful. In addition to the trauma of the incident and the hassle of numerous trips to the doctor, there is anxiety watching bills pile up while you wait for your claim to be resolved.  AHC Injury Law has amongst the finest injury attorneys in Connecticut, and we know what you’re going through. We will walk you through some of the factors that determine how long it may take for your injury claim to resolve.

Accident Injury Lawyers FAQs: How Long Does an Accident Claim Take to Resolve in Connecticut?


What Evidence Is Important In A Car Injury Case?

If you have been injured in a motor-vehicle collision, it is only natural to want compensation for your medical bills, the time that you were out of work recovering, and for the pain, the suffering, and the effect on your life’s activities.  If you are thinking about pursuing legal action after a motor vehicle collision, discover what kind of evidence is important in a Car Injury Case in Connecticut.

What Evidence Is Important In A Car Injury Case in Connecticut? 


You have been injured, and now you are seeking the fair compensation you deserve. But medical bills and missed time from work mean that you may not have time to wait.  Once you have made the first step of contacting a personal injury attorney, how long will it take before your case could go to trial? Read on to learn more about what you can expect from the process of getting compensation for the hardship that you have suffered.

Ask a Personal Injury Attorney: When Does a Case Typically Go to Trial in Connecticut?

What Are the Possible Outcomes of a Personal Injury Case?


After you have suffered a personal injury in Connecticut, it is easy to feel that the world is crashing down around you. You might be struggling financially, experiencing physical pain, or suffering emotionally. You know you need a personal injury lawyer, but you do not know the right time to make that call. AHC Injury Law is here to offer clarity and peace of mind during this trying time.

Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer: How Soon Do I Need to File a Personal Injury Case?

It is best to contact a lawyer as soon as possible.  Every state imposes a time limit, known as a statute of limitations, within which a personal injury lawsuit must be filed in Court.  The statute of limitations for personal injury cases in Connecticut can be as short as one year, and the statute may begin to run as soon as you are injured.  Moreover, there are certain Notice of Claim requirements in Connecticut that must be complied with or you cannot file a lawsuit.  Therefore, because you do not have a lot of time within which to file appropriate Notices or lawsuits, you should speak with an experience lawyer as soon as possible after an injury.

Blog-SixSignsofMedMalpracticeIt can be difficult to know whether you or a loved one has been the victim of medical malpractice.  While it is always best to consult an experienced attorney if you believe you or a loved one has been the victim of medical malpractice, you should also learn to recognize some potential signs.

Six Signs of Potential Medical Malpractice



Every automobile insurance policy issued in Connecticut is required, by law, to provide uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. The purpose of uninsured motorist coverage is to provide protection in several circumstances, such (1) as if the at-fault driver does not have car insurance, (2) if you are struck intentionally by the at-fault driver, (3) if are struck by a hit-and-run vehicle, or (4) if the at-fault driver’s insurance company refuses to provide coverage. The purpose of underinsured motorist coverage is to provide protection if you are hit by an at-fault driver whose liability insurance policy limits are insufficient to compensate you for your injuries. In that situation, you would make a claim against your own insurance company up to the limit of underinsured motorist coverage. But such a claim only applies if the limits of your underinsured motorist coverage are greater than the liability limits of the at-fault driver’s policy, unless you have coverage known as underinsured motorist conversion coverage. Conversion coverage allows you to “stack” the limits of underinsured motorist coverage on top of the liability limits of the at-fault driver’s insurance policy.

A couple of examples will illustrate how these uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage works:

  1. Case 1 – Uninsured Motorist – You are rear-ended by a vehicle who flees the scene. Your injury case is worth $100,000 and you have uninsured motorist coverage of $200,000. You receive $100,000 from your insurance company.


If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, consider hiring a personal injury attorney experienced in motorcycle cases to help you present a strong case so you can get the compensation you deserve.

Six Ways an Experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorney Can Help Your Case

They Will Gather the Evidence


AHC Injury Law

While our name and logo have changed, what we do has not. We are very excited to launch our new name and logo while continuing to represent our same clients and communities. 

AHC Injury Law is a new name that better reflects what we already do. For over twenty years, Adelman Hirsch & Connors has served people who have sustained injuries and needed strong, passionate, and experienced legal representation. The team at AHC Injury Law has extensive experience in achieving excellent results for our clients with cases throughout the injury law spectrum from automobile collisions to premises liability, medical malpractice to products liability. All we do is personal injury and wrongful death litigation. 

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