When is New Britain the Proper Venue for a Death or Injury Claim Arising from a Connecticut Auto, Bicycle, Car, Motorcycle, or Truck Accident?

Whenever we have a choice, we will file your motor vehicle accident claim in the courthouse that we believe would be best for you based on our judgment and experience. Sometimes, however, we won't have a choice because of the law of venue. (Venue refers to where a lawsuit should be filed; if a lawsuit is filed in the wrong courthouse, it could be dismissed.)

The proper venue for a Connecticut lawsuit seeking damages for injuries or wrongful death arising from a motor vehicle accident involving a car, truck, or motorcycle, depends on one of three criteria: (1) where the injured party resides; (2) where the negligent or reckless driver resides; or (3) where the collision or accident occurred if neither party resides in Connecticut.

According to General Statutes Section 51-344 (7), the courthouse for the Judicial District of New Britain (located at 20 Franklin Square, New Britain 06051) would be the proper venue for your motor vehicle accident claim if the above criteria are met for any of the following Connecticut towns: Berlin, Bristol, Burlington, New Britain, Newington, Plainville, Plymouth, Rocky Hill, Southington and Wethersfield.

In addition, even though the following towns are not located in the Judicial District of New Britain, we can choose to file your auto accident claim there if you or the defendant driver live in any of the following Connecticut towns: Avon, Canton, Farmington, or Simsbury. See General Statutes Section 51-345 (g).

Rest assured, the lawyers on our AutoAccidents.pro Team will analyze your situation and choose the best courthouse for your claim based on our experience and judgment.

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury or loss caused by a car accident, motorcycle accident, or truck accident, please contact our AutoAccidents.Pro Team to arrange a free and confidential consultation.

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