Groton, Connecticut
4 Fort Hill Rd
Groton, CT 06340
(860)449-8059

Injury Statutes September 17, 2018

Groton, New London
Injury Statutes, Groton, Connecticut

Beware of statutes.  They are everywhere, lurking, waiting to strike, and defeat your case.  If you’ve suffered an injury at work in Connecticut, you've got one year to file your claim, if you are injured in a car accident or fall down, you have two years, subjects to adjustments and additional time limits in special situations such as accidents caused by municipalities.  Don’t let a statute pass.  Quickly after being injured contact an attorney and see what the various time limits are.  If you intend to bring a case, you won’t regret it.  Contact Attorney Mark O. Grater in Groton Connecticut at 860-449-8059.  Located at 4 Fort Hill Road  in Groton near the Dairy Queen  Serving New London county for more than 30 years.

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