Accidents are an unwelcome part of life. An accident can happen in a split second but leave survivors with life-long injuries and consequences. In 2020, 55.4 million people in the U.S. sought medical treatment because of preventable injuries due to all types of accidents. While the negligence of others didn’t cause all of these accidents and resulting injuries, many accident victims do sustain injuries and medical bills because of someone else’s negligence.
Accident-related injuries, including those due to motor vehicle accidents, can cause astronomical financial difficulties along with inconvenience, emotional trauma, pain, and suffering. Most personal injury claims involve insurance companies, and many accident victims hire Brooklyn car accident lawyers to represent their interests.
You’d probably think that insurance companies pay the maximum damages incurred by their policyholders willingly, but you’d be wrong. These carriers often drag their feet and make lowball settlement offers, hoping that car accident victims will accept out of desperation.
Proving negligence is a crucial component in personal injury cases, regardless of the type of accident that occurred.
To prove negligence, you must show that:
Having the right Brooklyn car accident attorney on your side can make the difference in receiving only minimal compensation and obtaining maximum damages. The lawyers at https://888askelliot.com/ know how to deal with insurance company tactics and fight for your rights. We can also gather evidence to prove negligence in a car accident claim or other type of personal injury case. You didn’t ask for your car accident injuries or the impact they make on your life, and someone needs to compensate you.
Car crashes occur every day, from fender benders to multiple-vehicle accidents with fatalities. New York laws governing fault and liability in vehicle collisions are complex; without legal representation, you stand to receive less compensation than you deserve in your car accident case. Even dealing with your own insurance company can be difficult, and we can help.
Many construction sites exist in New York at any given time. Crews build roads and new buildings, demolish old structures and renovate others. Workers face the risk of injury accidents every day, and bystanders can also sustain injuries in construction accidents.
Law requires employers to provide workers’ compensation insurance to cover medical expenses and lost wages for workers hurt on the job, but if you sustained injuries in a construction accident, that compensation may not pay all of your expenses. Consult with an experienced construction accident attorney from Elliot Ifraimoff & Associates to see if you qualify for other damages.
People can fall for many reasons, but not every fall qualifies for slip and fall accident damages. To obtain compensation for your slip and fall injury, you must prove that someone else’s negligence caused your accident; this is more difficult than you might think.
Landlords and business owners should attempt to make their premises safe for customers and invitees to visit their property. If a dangerous situation arises, they must warn others about it immediately and correct the hazard as soon as possible.
In slip and fall accidents, the timing showing when the party responsible for the property found out about the danger is crucial; but unfortunately, it’s often difficult to prove on your own. Hiring a slip and fall accident attorney as soon as possible after your fall is important because critical evidence is sometimes unavailable as time passes.
If you sustained injuries in a workplace-related accident, you can make a workers comp claim. The accident doesn’t have to take place at your worksite; if your employer sent you on an errand or if your job duties include driving, workers comp insurance still covers you in most cases. In other cases, such as if someone hits your car while you’re performing a work function, another party might be liable to pay your damages.
A worker’s compensation lawyer assesses the cause of your incident to determine who is liable for your injuries. At times, you can obtain damages from more than one source. Hiring one attorney to handle both cases makes sense, and the lawyers at Elliot Ifraimoff & Associates, P.C. have the experience needed to successfully proceed with all claims related to your injuries.
If someone dies as the result of accident-related injuries that would have qualified for a personal injury claim if the deceased had survived, that person’s estate might receive compensation. There is a two-year statute of limitations for filing wrongful death suits in New York.
Examples of valid wrongful death cases include:
Survivors can only receive specific types of damages in wrongful death cases. The wrongful death lawyers at Elliot Ifraimoff & Associates will examine the cause of death and tell you what compensation you might obtain.
In New York, your degree of fault in a car accident determines how much compensation you can receive. Auto collision claims are sometimes complicated when there are only two drivers involved, and the case’s complexity dramatically increases with every additional driver in multiple-vehicle crashes.
We at Elliot Ifraimoff & Associates use our skill, knowledge of the law, and vast resources to help our clients obtain maximum compensation for eligible damages in car accident cases.
With over 60 years of combined experience, Elliot Ifraimoff & Associates has the knowledge and resources to obtain maximum compensation for damages in personal injury cases. When you hire us as your auto accident attorneys, we aggressively negotiate with insurance companies to pursue compensation or, if necessary, file a personal injury lawsuit.
We understand that you don’t need to worry about legal matters; your focus should be recovering from your injuries. Our attorneys service Brooklyn, NY, and all of the boroughs of NYC, as well as Long Island and surrounding areas. We’ve helped accident victims recover compensation in motor vehicle accident cases for decades, and we’d like to assist you too. For a FREE consultation with our firm, call (888) ASK-ELLIOT / (888) 275-3554, or (718) 205-1010. You can also reach us by submitting our contact form or reaching out 24/7 via live chat.