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Carter Mario, CEO and President of Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, is passionate about customer service. What began as a general practice law firm in 1989 in Milford, Connecticut, grew into a firm dedicated exclusively to Connecticut personal injury law under the direction of Carter Mario in 1998.
A complete restructuring enabled the firm to get back to the basics and put all the focus on clients. A
team approach, including a case management system that pairs each client with a personal case manager, supervisor, and Connecticut accident attorney, ensures all clients are constantly informed about their case.
Carter Mario makes it clear that client contact is the number one priorityâclients are guaranteed a return call the same day, or lunch is on the firm.
At Carter Mario, we believe that being a great Connecticut personal injury lawyer takes more than just education and experienceâit takes having a genuine interest in each one of your clients. We want to learn about your unique situation and hear about exactly what happened in your accident so we can figure out the best way to prepare and win your case.
From keeping our phone lines open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, to calling you back the same day you call or lunch is on us, we want you to know that we care about your case, and our injury lawyers will take the time to hear your concerns anytime. That's how we operate.
Giving our clients access to their attorneys is part of what makes us a community law firm and what helps us get the maximum results for you.
To our legal team, handling your claim is about more than just getting you a settlement check. It's about making sure that you feel confident through the legal process. The attorneys, paralegals, case managers, and intake specialists at Carter Mario Injury Lawyers do everything we can to provide you with the resources you need and to assure you that your case is being handled properly.
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