Rutland Personal Injury Attorney
Results-Driven Personal Injury Advocacy
The public at large views personal injury claims with great skepticism because people who were not seriously injured were able, for an extended time, to obtain large judgments against insurance carriers. Over the years, the public has gotten quite cynical about personal injury claims, and juries have been able to sort out real injuries resulting in real pain, suffering and disability from those that are simply opportunities to obtain money from an insurance company.
Take Action Now to Protect Your Rights
When you or someone you love is involved in an accident, it is important to protect your rights and recovery. You will have only one opportunity to collect for medical expenses, lost wages, long-term care needs, pain and suffering, and any other losses you and your family have endured. You want experienced advocacy focused on recovering the compensation you deserve.
Vermont Attorney Ted Parisi offers informed, strategic counsel and legal representation focused on recovering maximum compensation for our clients. Our Rutland personal injury lawyer is experienced with cases involving:
- Automobile accidents
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Premises liability
- Workers’ compensation claims
- Third-party liability in workplace accidents
Working Toward Long-Term Security and Your Recovery
People who are injured as a result of another person’s negligence may face the prospect of permanent injury that will dramatically affect that person’s day-to-day life and the loss of enjoyment of it. A person suffering from a serious personal injury with permanent consequences can never really get his or her life back to where it was before the injury.
Though money cannot make an injured person whole, it is the only way that our society can attempt to compensate someone for his or her loss. Over the years, our firm has litigated and settled hundreds of personal injury cases and continues to work on behalf of victims and their families.