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When Fairfield made Time Magazine’s Best Places To Live list, it probably was not a surprise for residents and regular visitors. This Connecticut town located on the shore of Long Island Sound has something for everyone, including historical sights, arts and sports venues, and a beautiful coastline.

Yet, no charming place is immune to car accidents and other unfortunate events. For instance, 730,201 people were involved in Connecticut motor vehicle accidents from 2018 through 2020. After you’ve been hurt in a car accident or in any other way, the faster you contact personal injury lawyers, the faster you can get the legal advice you need to make wise decisions.

In Fairfield, CT, you can get assistance fast by scheduling your free consultation at Gould Injury Law. Call 888-WIN-FAST to learn how our attorneys can get you maximum compensation for your personal injury claim.


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Proving Your Personal Injury Claim in Fairfield County

At our law firm, our CT personal injury lawyers are dedicated to building strong cases that yield our clients optimal results fast. Over the past 20 years, Gould Injury Law has won millions of dollars in personal injury compensation for the injured.

Our bright and ambitious accident attorneys have learned from experience the essential elements required for fast, successful personal injury claims:


  • Duty: An attorney establishes the level of responsibility people have based on their relationship to the injured person. For instance, a driver has an obligation to all who share the road. He or she must take reasonable measures to avoid an auto accident to protect others.


  • Breach: A personal injury lawyer works to prove that an action (or lack of action) on the defendant’s part was a breach of duty. In other words, the party failed in their responsibilities. For instance, an attorney could investigate a car accident to determine whether a motorist breached his or her duty by ignoring traffic laws.


  • Injury: The person making the personal injury claim must have experienced physical, emotional, or financial damages. An attorney might seek medical records and professional options to show the extent of an injury and other accident-related costs. In wrongful death cases, a close family member or representative of the estate can file for damages on behalf of the deceased victim.


  • Causation: An attorney shows that the defendant’s breach of duty was responsible for injuries or preventable loss of life.

What happens when our capable team of attorneys win personal injury cases for clients like you? 

Getting Maximum Compensation For Your Losses

Since all Fairfield, CT, accident claims are different, there is no set amount for personal injury compensation. In many cases, insurance companies offer victims a sum of money to settle the case fast and avoid going to trial. In others, courts decide how much you should receive based on the evidence of your losses provided by your attorney,

Property damage

Property damage refers to injury (or loss of use) of tangible possessions, such as cars or homes. For instance, suppose your vehicle gets dented in a car accident. The at-fault party could be held responsible for the cost of repairs, plus car rental fees.

Your property could also suffer damage in a premises liability case. To illustrate, imagine that something falls on your car from the roof of a local store. If negligence or improper maintenance was the issue behind the incident, the property owner can be held liable.

Medical expenses

Medical treatment, especially emergency services, can be expensive. At our law firm, our CT personal injury lawyers want you to get what you are due. We aggressively pursue compensation for expenses incurred from the start of the injury to treatment and rehabilitation.

Typical medical costs are:

  • Ambulance fees
  • Hospital bills
  • Surgery costs
  • Laboratory tests
  • Physical therapy
  • Doctor consultations 
  • Prescription drugs
  • Medical assistive devices

A shameless insurance company might negotiate a settlement that seems sufficient to cover your medical bills. Yet, a good rule-of-thumb is to never accept a settlement without consulting with an attorney. 

Our experienced personal injury lawyers can let you know what your case is really worth. Besides reimbursement for past bills, we can help you get what you deserve for medical expenses that will surely arise in the future. Getting fast legal advice is free, so call 888-WIN-FAST today to schedule your personalized case review.

Lost wages

After a personal injury accident, you might be unable to work for some time during recovery. Performing the same work duties as before may be impossible if your injuries are severe. But in Fairfield, CT, the law is on the victim’s side.

Our personal injury attorneys have recovered thousands of dollars of lost wages for clients, and we continue to help Connecticut residents claim lost wages based on hourly pay or salary. You might also be entitled to overtime rates, bonuses, sick days, vacation days, and lost working privileges. 

Pain and suffering

If your injury has caused you mental anguish and physical pain, you know that money will not change the past. At our law firm, a resourceful attorney can fight for the pain and suffering damages you need to improve your life. 

Please contact us and tell us what damages you may have suffered, including (but not limited to):

  • On-going pain
  • Mental distress
  • Permanent impairments (e.g. loss of vision or hearing, incontinence, erectile dysfunction)
  • Disfigurement 
  • Insomnia
  • Loss of ability to enjoy life’s pleasures

Funeral and burial expenses

Losing someone precious to us is never easy. Family and friends should be able to say goodbye to their loved ones with a dignified service. 

You may be able to get compensation for reasonable death expenses including:

  • Death certificate cost
  • Funeral and burial costs
  • Vehicle rental for the funeral procession
  • Tombstones, urns, or caskets

As a grieving family member, you might also be facing emotional and financial troubles. During a free consultation, a personal injury lawyer can determine whether you are eligible for damages related to loss of support, companionship, and consortium (for spouses).

Finding Legal Representation in Fairfield, CT

At our law firm, you can get fast legal help at our New Haven, Waterbury, and Hartford offices. Besides visiting in person, there are many other convenient ways to get in touch. For instance, our toll-free number, 888-WIN-FAST, will be answered by one of our representatives 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Our competent law team is ready to hear your story involving these types of personal injury claims, and more:

  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home abuse
  • Premises liability
  • Car accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Dog bite injuries 
  • Workers’ compensation 
  • Wrongful death 

Do not worry if you feel like your accident injury does not fit any of the above practice areas. We welcome your call so we can give you more information about the type of personal injury case that suits the situation.  

Our Law Firm Acts Fast For Fairfield, CT Residents

After a traumatic event, such as a motor vehicle accident or dog bite, getting better fast should be the main priority of injured people. Yet, all personal injury cases are subject to the Connecticut statute of limitations. 

Missing this deadline could mean that you lose your right to pursue damages. But with more help, the more successful you can be. Why not allow a compassionate attorney to settle your case fast so you can focus on recuperating from your accident? 

If you leave us a message via our simple contact form, we will let you know how you can pursue your rightful compensation. Gould Injury Law will be fast to respond and fast to offer our assistance.

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