New Haven, Connecticut Personal Injury Attorneys
Mills Law Firm, LLC
New Haven, Connecticut 06510
(203) 772-8941 or(866) 603-7532
Law Firm Overview
Mills Law Firm, LLC is based in New Haven, Connecticut and specializes in personal injury law with an expertise in bicycle injuries. Our firm serves clients throughout Connecticut by seeking the maximum amount of financial compensation in each case. If we believe your settlement offer is inadequate, our attorneys are fully prepared to go to trial. At the Mills Law Firm, we understand that roads can often be unsafe for bicyclists. Because of this, our attorneys offer uniquely focused representation if you have been injured on your bicycle, motorcycle or scooter.
The Mills Law Firm has developed a reputation of excellence throughout the State of Connecticut due to a strong track record of results. Attorney John Mills has practiced law in Connecticut since 1990 and has taken over 50 cases to trial. When other attorneys in the area cannot obtain a reasonable settlement in their cases, they come to the Mills Law Firm to take a case to trial. If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident or suffered a wrongful death, the Mills Law Firm will fight for justice in your case and we will do everything in our power to deliver the highest amount of financial compensation to you and your family.
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Articles Published by Mills Law Firm, LLC
Bike Walk CT & the Capitol Region Council of Governments Publish Rules of the Road for Cyclists in Connecticut
The Connecticut Department of Transportation, the Capitol Region Council of Governments and the Central Connecticut Bicycle Alliance have published a Share the Road brochure on bicycle safety and bicycle traffic enforcement in Connecticut.Read Article
Beginning in 2010, Google Maps has offered routes specifically for bikes. Now, cyclists can use their computers to plot the best route from point A to point B, including the topography and traffic conditions.Read Article
At the end of November, 2010 the New York City Department of Transportation officially released a written proposal asking private companies to submit bids to establish a year-round bike share system that would offer 10,000 bicycles at about 600 stations throughout Manhattan.Read Article
As the world continues to struggle with voracious energy demands, traffic congestion, and global warming, many communities are looking to promote bicycle use among young people as an alternative to cars.Read Article