Accidents can be tragic and often lead to high medical bills, wasted work time, and the need to get help to take care of yourself or your children during recovery. In the case of serious permanent injuries, people may have to modify their careers or their professional lives completely because of their physical state.
The devastation, emotional trauma, and healing involved in these incidents require significant time, energy, and expense. Fortunately, the law provides a mechanism to compensate and hold the culprits accountable.
If you suffered a serious injury in a car accident or any other type of accident in Fairfield County, Connecticut because of someone else's negligent actions, it is important that you know that you are not alone. The attorneys of the firm Miller, Rosnick, D'Amico, August & Butler, P.C. are ready to stand by and fight for their right to obtain fair and complete compensation. We offer our customers an incredible success trajectory in helping them get the right and complete compensation to which they are entitled under the law.
Contact the firm of Miller, Rosnick, D'Amico, August & Butler, P.C. today if you require legal assistance with any of the following:
Call the firm of Miller, Rosnick, D'Amico, August & Butler, P.C. today at 203-544-4654 to schedule your free initial consultation.
Attorney Rosnick has tried many cases before the Connecticut Superior Court and the Workers' Compensation Commission, and he helped effectuate a settlement in a drunk driving case worth close to 1.9 million dollars. Recently, in 2011, Attorney Rosnick reached a settlement of 1 million dollars in a motor vehicle accident case.
$4.5 Million - Reportedly the largest Connecticut Workers' Compensation settlement awarded, on behalf of a 19 YEAR OLD undocumented worker who fell from a roof during the course of his labor and was left paralyzed. The $4.5 Million settlement was reached after several years when the injured worker expressed a desire to move back to Guatemala to be closer to family. The award included the purchase and renovation of suitable housing and provisions for ongoing medical care.
$3 Million - Award to Injured Worker
$3 Million - Trucking Firm reaches $3m deal
$2.5 Million - Jury Awards $2.5 million in a Wrongful Death Case
$2.45 Million - Contested liability construction site accident. Plaintiff was an independent contractor hired to perform maintenance work on large equipment. While inspecting the brakes of a tractor trailer, an employee of the Defendant entered the vehicle and drove away causing the Plaintiff to sustain significant injuries. Settlement was reached after mediation.
$2,263,939.58 - Awarded on behalf of a young man who suffered life ending injury when his vehicle collided with a transport vehicle. Transport vehicle was backing from a commercial facility on US-1 in Milford. Award reduced 35% for Plaintiff's comparative negligence.
$2 Million - Awarded on behalf of construction laborer injured at work and left paralyzed below the waist.
$1 Million - Jury awards Oxford man $1 million in crash case.
$1 Million - Woman gets $1M settlement in car crash
$1 Million - award upheld for Ex-Trooper
$660,000 - Workman Gets $660,000 for Broken Leg
$600,000 Recovery – 45 year old landscaper injured in car crash who underwent two (2) neck surgeries. Recovered $50,000 from the responsible driver and $550,000 in underinsured motorist benefits.
$525,000 Settlement - A charging dog caused client to suffer a fractured ankle that required surgery.
$490,000 - Secured for police officer injured by the negligent actions of his partner during a high-speed chase. Settlement was reached after several full day mediation sessions before retired Appellate Court Judge Frederick Freedman.
$388,000 - Jury Awards $388,000 to Woman
$350,000 Settlement – a Bridgeport electrician who underwent three (3) shoulder surgeries following a car crash.
$330,000 - 64 year old man fell on ice outside his apartment. He sustained a transverse fracture of the right patella (knee cap), requiring open reduction, internal fixation. There was a subsequent infection. Settled.
$317,000 - Head-on motor vehicle accident resulting in injuries to the cervical spine, lumbar spine and shoulder. Settlement was reached after mediation.
$300,000 - Slip and fall on ice in the parking lot of a local restaurant resulting in knee injury. Settlement was reached after mediation.
$225,000 - Tire Dealer Awarded from Jury
$195,000 - Slip and fall on handicap ramp outside of a local grocery store resulting in knee injury. Settlement was reached after mediation.
$165,000 - Confidential Settlement
$160,000 - 52 year old woman fell over a box on the floor in her office building. She sustained fractures of both the right and left elbows, requiring surgery. Questionable liability. Settled.
$150,000 - settlement against commercial property owner and elevator company for defective elevator door. Client sustained a cervical spine injury that required surgical intervention.
$125,000 - injury to the lower extremities after employee fell in the course and scope of his employment. Settlement was reached by way of full and final stipulation.
$120,000 - Jury finds fault with Stew Leonard's
$115,000 – woman fell at ice skating rink off raised platform causing a fracture of the right humerous that required surgery.
$110,000 – woman fell in commercial parking lot causing a knee injury that required surgical intervention.
$90,000 - Slip and Fall on ice at the front steps of the Plaintiff's apartment resulting in a fracture of the right foot.
Judge Rules Restaurant Can Stay
Successful defense of local restaurant Ralph N Rich's in a two-year trial during which the developer/landlord was attempting to evict the restaurant from its leased space.
Successful defense and court ordered reinstatement of local police officer, whom the municipality was attempting to terminate for alleged non-disclosed medical issues.
Significant Confidential Settlement - Husband-and-wife driving to their ski condo in Killington, Vermont. Their car struck an 1800 pound bull, which was standing on the state road in Killington. Driver killed at the scene. The owner of the bull was aware that the bull would often escape from the farm and wander onto the road. The owner of the bull was indicted for involuntary manslaughter. A claim was made against the owner of the bull for the death of the operator of the car. The case was resolved before litigation for a substantial and confidential amount.