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Claim filed to recover damages for personal injuries, etc., Following a boating accident, the plaintiff her husband, and their son, were settled.

At trial, the treating physician of the plaintiff testified that the doctors who performed magnetic resonance imaging (hereinafter MRI) and nerve function test (hereinafter EMG) scans were reliable, that he used their reports to form a treatment plan, and that these reports were the kind generally accepted by physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of their patients. Doctors opined that the plaintiff’s spinal injuries were the result of trauma from the boating accident.

The jury returned a verdict awarding damages in the sums of $50,000 for past pain and suffering, $19,300 for past lost earnings, $100,000 for future pain and suffering, and $120,000 for future lost earnings, and awarding the plaintiff’s son damages in the sums of $3,000 for past lost services and $7,000 for future loss of services.
Ajlouny Injury Law, New York car accident lawyers, represents serious injury auto accidents, bicycle accidents, MTA bus crash, taxi accident, limo crash, tractor-trailer collision, head-on collisions, rear-end car accidents, rollover car accidents, side-impact car crashes and wrongful death claims.

Statistically there are 11.3 million licensed drivers in New York with over 300,000 motor vehicle accidents annually. Ajlouny Injury Law New York personal injury lawyers receive hundreds of calls monthly from people injured in New York car accidents looking for FREE ADVICE.

Car accidents happen suddenly, however, what comes after the crash can change lives forever. A negligent driver slams into your loved ones car head-on in a fatal wrong-way crash on the Thruway, resulting in a devastating loss. A sleepy truck driver brakes fail and slams into your vehicle on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. Your loved one is killed after being struck by a yellow cabs on the Upper East Side in Manhattan.

A distracted driver hits you in Bushwick causing serious broken bones, nerve damage, or traumatic brain injury (TBI). An overly eager driver tries to overtake another vehicle and then attempts to get back into the left lane entering the westbound Belt Parkway entrance ramp.

The vehicle loses control and drives onto the shoulder before striking a light pole and a tree. Loss of life. Accidents happen. 2017 despite Vision Zero safety measures, driving in New York safely is challenging. 

53,000 motor vehicle collisions have been reported in NYC during the first three months of 2017 alone (close to 600 per day). 13,106 people injured resulting from motor vehicle collisions. 11 people killed. Central Brooklyn, the West Bronx, Kips Bay, DUMBO being the most dangerous streets. 

Injured In A Car Accident. What Now?

Stay at the Scene
Check for Injuries.
Call the Police
Say Nothing
Inform Your Insurance Company
Keep Track of Your Medical Treatment
Take Pictures
Don't talk about the accident to anyone other than your lawyer, your insurance company, and the police.
Consider Hiring an Attorney

If anyone was injured in the accident, it's best to consult an experienced car accident attorney. Once hired, an attorney can help you maximize your recovery if you're injured or better defend yourself if you're at fault.

Car Accident FAQs

Do I Have A Case?

If you or a loved one have recently been injured in an accident in New York State, you probably have so many question rolling around in your head. The first being “Do I Have A Case?”

There are certain factors to consider before answering that question. Each and every accident is different due to the circumstances of events. Let’s consider what an personal injury attorney will ask you in your initial free consultation.

1. Are you Injured?

Simple enough. Personal injury refers to a physical injury, not just mental injury. These types of injuries can include broken bones, burn injuries, catastrophic injuries, paralysis, soft tissue injuries, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injury and wrongful death. If you answered yes to this question, we can say “yes” you may have a case.

2. Did you immediately seek medical attention?

If you sustained injuries in an accident, then the likely-hood that you saw a doctor is very high. After an accident, not everyone goes to the hospital immediately. They may have been in shock and just convinced themselves mentally that they are OK.

Symptoms of injury can come on later. Its probably a smart idea to be examined by a doctor after an accident. Holding out on seeking medical attention can play against you with insurance companies when evaluating your claim.

3. When did the accident occur?

New York – Three to Five Years. Time is not on your side. If you have suffered a personal injury due to a car accident, medical malpractice, work injury or another cause, the law limits the time in which you have to file a personal injury lawsuit.

I was involved in an (not at fault) in New York. I am aware that New York is a no-fault state. Not only was I injured, but my car was also totaled. Do I have a case?

No-fault will cover your medical bills, damage to your vehicle, and lost wages no matter who is at fault. you can definitely file a personal injury claim against the at fault driver for personal injuries sustained in the accident. Speak to a New York personal injury lawyer ASAP.

Should I Talk To The Other Drivers Insurer?

NO! You should always consult with a car accident attorney first. Insurance companies want to settle your case quickly.

Manipulation tactics Include:

- Making you believe you are not injured.
- Low-ball offers in an attempt to devalue your claim.
- Recorded statements without your knowledge 
- or current and future medical bills, physical therapy and rehabilitation, lost wages and potential earnings, and the cost of vehicle repair. 

I feel my attorney is negligent in his representation of my case. Can I change attorneys?

If you are not comfortable with your current personal injury attorney you have the right to change attorneys at any time. If you are thinking about changing attorneys, call Ajlouny Injury Law to schedule a free consultation. We have offices located in Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Queens & Long Island to serve you.

Another car rear ended the vehicle I was a passenger in. Do I have A case?

Yes, you have a case. Passenger's injured in an accident in New York will need to file a no fault claim which in New York State offers up to $50,000 in coverage. No fault will pay for medical expenses and other losses regardless of who's at fault, cause of the accident, road hazard, etc... Call Ajlouny Injury Law New York Car Accident Lawyers to schedule a free consultation

How long do I have to file a lawsuit in New York State?

New York CPLR 214(4), if anyone was injured in a car accident -- that includes a driver, passenger, motorcycle rider, bicyclist, or pedestrian -- they must get their lawsuit filed within three years of the date of the crash.

I was injured in a car accident. Do I need a lawyer?

That's a question with many answers. If you were seriously injured in an accident or acquired a serious illness, you definitely need a lawyer .Hiring a personal injury lawyer can protect your rights as well as get you the maximum compensation deserved. We can assess your case at no cost to you and with no obligation. The advice is free.

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