When you or a loved one has been injured or arrested, you may have many questions:
- What do I do next?
- Should I give a statement?
- Who is going to pay for my bills?
- Do I need an attorney?
- How do I pay?
- What kinds of cases do you handle?
- Who will handle my case?
A: It is always wise to start with a consultation an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Jim Miron offers everyone a free, no obligation, initial consultation. Call him at 203-339-5991 or fill out the contact form on this website to make an appointment.
A: If possible, it is often best to consult with an attorney before giving a statement.
A: It depends on many factors that include the type of accident, whether insurance is available and whether there are other assets that ought to be considered. We think it is always best to consult with an attorney to help answer these questions.
A: Possibly. The best thing to do is to consult with an attorney as soon as possible.
A: Attorneys that handle personal injury and workers’ compensation cases usually work on a contingency fee basis. This means that the client does not pay attorney’s fees unless there is a successful recovery. At that point, the attorney takes a percentage of the recovery (usually no more than a 33.3% in personal injury cases and 20% in workers’ compensation cases). As for the costs and expenses of litigation, we typically will advance these costs if we accept the case, and then accept reimbursement out of the recovery proceeds.
A: Attorney Jim Miron law practice includes the following types of cases:
- Automobile Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Dog Bites and Injuries Caused By Dogs
- Slip/Trip Fall
- Unsafe Premises
- Wrongful Death
- Workers’ Compensation
- Criminal Defense & DUI Defense
A: Attorney Jim Miron will personally handle your case. You will never be passed off to a junior attorney or a “team” of attorneys. In addition to Jim, a legal assistant will be assigned to your case. You will always be able to talk to your legal assistant or Jim about your case.