Mike Tyson: “Everybody Has A Plan Until They Get Punched In The Mouth”

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It’s going to happen.  It’s inevitable.   If you’re the plaintiff in a serious Connecticut personal injury case, it’s a long, long fight, and sooner or later, your law firm is going to get punched in the mouth.

The question isn’t how to avoid it. The question is how does your law firm react when it does happen.  

Does your crack legal team go down for the count?   Are they dizzy, stumbling around the ring and telling you to throw in the towel – settle and settle now?

One of the defining characteristics of complex litigation is the surprise.   There are always surprises.  Witness who can’t be found and witnesses who suddenly show up.  Lost documents, good video, bad video, brilliant expert witnesses and expert witnesses who end up looking and sounding like goats.

What will your law firm do?   Will they have the resilience?  Do they have the skill to pivot?  Do they have the leg strength to take the punch, recover and punch back even harder?  

Mike Tyson punched hard.  He was considered one of the hardest punchers in boxing history.  But, he could also take a punch, in the mouth, and still win.  

When you or a loved one are seriously injured in a Connecticut accident, you will need a relentless, tireless, take-anything-they’ve-got, and keep moving forward law firm.      

That’s the Connecticut Auto Accident Law Group.  Our plan is to win, no matter the surprises, no matter the punches.   If you plan to reach the best possible result in your serious Connecticut accident case, call us today.