If your accident could have been prevented, that means your suffering was preventable, too. A Long Island auto injury attorney can help you hold the negligent party accountable for your wreck and all you’ve been through.
Many factors can lead to a serious auto wreck, such as distracted drivers, speeding, drunk drivers, red light runners, and more. It’s unfair to be injured in a car crash when you’ve done nothing wrong, but, unfortunately, it happens.
Filing a personal injury claim against the parties who hurt you not only allows you to recover financial compensation for your losses, but also serves justice to those whose carelessness has caused harm.
Your vehicle collision has likely caused you serious physical injuries, pain, mental anguish, and financial stress. We can’t take away your pain and suffering, but we can help you handle the financial burden before it weighs you down for good. Call a Long Island auto injury lawyer with our office to get started on your case today.
In minor collisions, New York residents most often file a claim with their insurance company in order to use their personal injury protection (PIP) benefits.
These benefits will cover your injuries after an accident, with certain limitations. Your benefits will cover no more than $50,000 of medical expenses, lost wages, and caregiving costs.
So what if your damages exceed the limits of your insurance policy? To recover your losses, you would need to file a personal injury claim against the person who caused your Long Island auto injuries.
Suing the at-fault driver can help you recover the compensation you deserve for all of your suffering. After all, your suffering amounts to more than just medical bills and missed wages, which are all that your PIP benefits will cover.
You might also have suffered debilitating physical pain, mental trauma, and accident-related stress. These are examples of non-monetary (also called non-economic) damages you can seek in a personal injury case. Keep in mind that you can’t request these damages from your no-fault insurance carrier.
The following are examples of damages you can request in your Long Island auto injury claim:
Most vehicle collisions are caused by someone else’s carelessness. When your life has been altered by the poor decision-making of a negligent driver, you deserve to seek compensation. You can get fair compensation for your losses by filing a personal injury claim.
Allow a Long Island auto injury lawyer from Siler & Ingber, LLP to help you with your claim. We have the resources necessary to investigate your accident, assist with claim paperwork, deal with insurers, and fight for you in court. Call 1-516-294-2666 to discuss your case for free, or fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page.
As long as the police responded to your accident, they should have filed a report, either electronically or on paper. If the police filed your report on paper, allow up to thirty days before searching for it. If the police filed the report electronically, it should be available within fourteen days.
If you request an electronic version of your accident report, you should be able to access it within seven days of your request.
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ends on May 1, 2023 at 11:59 PM ET.
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