A car accident lawyer serving Freeport from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. may be able to help you seek a payout for your medical treatment, lost wages, and more following a collision in Freeport. It may be possible to hold the at-fault driver accountable, depending on the facts of your case.
At Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P., our collision team will review and evaluate your car crash today to learn as much as we can about what happened, who was responsible, and how much you lost as a result. We may be able to file your insurance claim or take your case to trial. You can reach our office in Nassau County today at (631) 451-7900.
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Seeking Financial Recovery Following a Car Crash in Freeport
Our team understands the stress collision victims face following a crash in Freeport or elsewhere in Nassau County. We want to help you navigate the claims process and secure a payout in your case, reducing your frustration and allowing you to focus on what is really important: your physical recovery.
In New York, because the state requires drivers to carry no-fault insurance coverage, drivers who suffer injuries in a collision have no-fault coverage for basic economic losses including medical expenses, some lost earnings, and other expenses related to the collision.
While no-fault coverage has its merits, it only provides financial damages, including coverage of your basic losses and expenses. You cannot recover non-economic damages through a no-fault claim, and your recoverable damages are strictly limited based on the policy limits and the state laws. In order to recover for non-economic damages, or expenses beyond what no-fault covers, a third-party claim is needed.
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How Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. Can Help with Your Car Crash Claim
A car accident lawyer serving Freeport from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. helps clients navigate the collision insurance claims process, including both no-fault claims and fault-based claims. We can determine if you qualify to seek pain and suffering and other non-economic losses by holding the at-fault motorist legally accountable.
Doing so generally involves proving your injuries qualify as “serious” under New York Insurance (ISC) §5102(d). This law could require showing that your injuries are permanent, long-term, will keep you out of work for an extended time, or that you meet another category of serious injury.
Our team will investigate your collision, including working with accident reconstruction experts and others to prove:
- What happened
- Who is responsible
- The recoverable damages you suffered
We will gather evidence that supports the allegations against the other driver and present this case to their insurance provider. If their insurer does not agree to a fair settlement agreement that compensates our client justly based on their documented losses, our team may take the case to civil court to seek a payout.
You can learn more about your case and your legal options today by reaching out to Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. We will review your collision and injuries at no cost to you and determine your options. If you were hurt in a crash in Nassau County, let our team help you. Call us at (631) 451-7900 today.
Understanding Damages in Your Traffic Collision Case in Freeport
No-fault benefits based on your PIP policy will provide compensation to cover your most basic accident losses. This coverage includes your medical care up to policy limits, a portion of your lost wages, and a small stipend to cover daily expenses if you have proof of these expenses.
While PIP coverage offers a way to get some money into your pocket quickly, those with serious injuries or significant time away from work have likely lost a lot more than this policy will cover. This is where fault-based claims can help.
When you pursue a case against the driver or other party who caused your car accident, you may be able to recover additional losses and expenses. This includes more of your lost income, additional expenses you paid on your own, and non-economic damages. Non-economic damages are intangible losses that can be difficult to quantify. They include pain and suffering, diminished enjoyment or quality of life, mental stress, and more.
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Time Limits on Taking a Car Crash Case to Trial
There are time limits we must meet in order to pursue a third-party case. Per New York Civil Practice Law & Rules (CVP) §214, we generally only have three years to file a civil suit in New York. However, there are exceptions that may shorten this time, and they could apply in your case. Contact us quickly after your accident, and let us determine how long you have to begin the claims process and take legal action if necessary.
Talk with a Team Member from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. Today
A car accident lawyer serving Freeport from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. will represent you based on contingency if we believe we can help you with your car crash case. Our team provides free case reviews and assessments to victims of car accidents in Freeport and elsewhere in Nassau County.
You can speak with a team member from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. at no cost to you today. Dial (631) 451-7900 and tell us about your collision, injuries, prognosis, and more. Our team regularly files no-fault claims as well as fault-based actions on behalf of clients. We want to discuss your crash today. We also have staff who speak Spanish if you are more comfortable talking about your accident in your native language.