A person's poor decisions can sometimes lead to another person's death. The person who died cannot act to recover for injuries and seek justice in civil courts in New Haven County, Connecticut.
The victim's family, however, can pursue a wrongful death action. In a wrongful death case, the deceased person's loved ones may seek to recover money damages for that person's death, including hospital bills, funeral and burial expenses and loss of support.
Depending on the jurisdiction and circumstances, the loved ones may also be able to recover for loss of consortium in a wrongful death action brought in or near New Haven County, Connecticut.
The AAJ is committed to promoting a fair and effective civil justice system while supporting the work of attorneys representing plaintiffs.
The CTLA s a professional association dedicated to preserving the rights of individuals seeking justice through Connecticut's civil court system while supporting and educating attorneys representing plaintiffs.
New Haven County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service - The Lawyer Referral Service sponsored by the New Haven County Bar Association helps individuals and businesses find a qualified private attorney throughout the New Haven, Waterbury, Valley and Shoreline areas of Connecticut. The service is designed for individuals who can afford to hire a private attorney but need help finding the best attorney for their particular case. When you call this community based service in New Haven, CT, a trained staff person will determine which type of attorney might be best suited for your case. If a referral is appropriate, the service charges a nominal processing fee. Attorneys that participate in the service must carry malpractice insurance and are pre-screened for their experience and good standing with the Connecticut State Bar.