Greetings! Attorneys Paul Levin and Kelly Kasheta have authored a new book, now available on Amazon and shortly Kindle as well.
You may want to read this book because you have been hurt, or a loved one has been injured or killed in an accident. You might have a life altering, catastrophic injury. You may have a Connecticut workers' compensation claim, personal injury, or wrongful death case. Or, you may be reading this to educate and prepare yourself in the event you find yourself injured and needing guidance and assistance. More than anything, you want to heal and get back to your life. But, someone is at fault for the injuries and pain, and for your loss of life enjoyment. If you have been injured in the course of your employment, you may be wondering who is supposed to pay the bills. What if things do not get better? What will happen if I cannot return to the same kind of work? Your days were full and busy before the accident — where will you find the time it takes to deal with insurance companies? How can you get fair compensation for all you have to go through? Even more catastrophically, what if a loved one has lost their life in, or as a result of an accident. Our book provides the answers to many questions you may have to help you get started, as well as how to understand what factors impact case valuation, and questions to ask before hiring a lawyer to make sure that they do a good job for you.
To our Friends and former clients, please do not buy this book. We would like you to have it for free. Simply click the link below, fill in your email address and proceed to download a pdf version of this pocket guide for dealing with serious personal and work injuries that occur in Connecticut.
The following case is successfully handled in Connecticut courts by Attorney Levin.
Poteat v State of Connecticut
CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD THE FAQS:
- 56 Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Cases
- Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims
- How Adjusters Reduce Your Settlement?
- 11 Factors That Affect The Value Of Your Personal Injury Case
- Critical Evaluation Factors For 17 Types Of Injury Cases
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