Every day, individuals suffer serious personal injuries in automobile accidents caused by a careless or reckless driver. When an accident is caused by another driver’s negligence, the auto accident lawyers at Logan & Mencuccini, LLC can help you through the process and make sure that you obtain all of the benefits and money you are entitled to receive.

For over 30 years, John Logan and Al Mencuccini have represented accident victims throughout Connecticut and within Litchfield County. Following an accident, it is important to protect your family and make sure that you take the steps necessary to protect your legal rights.

Before talking to the insurance company adjuster, request a free consultation and claim evaluation with our firm to make sure you understand you obtain everything you deserve. The negligent driver who caused the accident is protected by their insurance company, and it is important to have a qualified personal injury attorney on your side to protect you.


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If you have sustained an injury due to a auto or motorcycle accident and are ready to learn how our firm can assist you and your family, please call us today for a free consultation. John Logan and J. Paul Vance are experienced trial attorneys who will provide you with wise and compassionate legal counsel and representation through each stage of the process. Remember, you pay no fees to us if we do not win your case. You can contact John Logan and J. Paul Vance by calling 1-860-489-5000 or by filling out the form below.


The results of a particular case cannot be based upon a lawyer's or firm's past results. Each case is different. The value of a case can depend on a number of factors, such as: the facts concerning liability in the case, potential defenses asserted in the case, the harm both monetary and personal suffered by the injured person, the legal complexity of the case, whether the defendant was insured or not, the available insurance coverage in the case, and whether the case was resolved through negotiation, at trial, or in arbitration.