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Nassau County Car Accident Lawyer

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For over 30 years, the lawyers at Ajlouny Injury Law have protected the rights of accident victims injured due to the negligence of others. Individuals hurt in an accident need an advocate to manage their personal injury claim while they focus on recovering from their injuries. Injured in a car accident? We can help!

Our experienced, compassionate, and aggressive personal injury lawyers understand the state of mind of our clients. We will shoulder all the responsibility of dealing with insurance companies, opposing attorneys from defending the at fault party. Our firm serves Long Island, New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens, Westchester County, Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx.

Get the Help You Need After a Car Accident in Nassau County, NY

If you are seriously injured in a car accident, you want answers. In many cases, you may be in unbearable pain, facing financial hardship if you are unable to work. The insurance company may offer you a settlement, but it will likely be less than what you deserve. You should not have to suffer because of another person’s negligence.

At Ajlouny Injury Law, our experienced lawyers can help you obtain the compensation you deserve after an accident. We represent individuals who have been seriously injured in an accident. Contact our office at (718) 233-3913 to get the free legal advice you need after a Nassau County auto accident. All consultations are free, and there are never any fees unless we win. 

Nassau County Car Accident Statistics

According to the New York State Department of Health, traffic crash-related injuries are the 2nd leading cause of hospitalization and injury-related emergency department visits in Nassau County. Nearly half (42%) of the Nassau County residents who are hospitalized after a traffic accident are diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Every month car accidents in Nassau County result in:

  • 7 deaths
  • 111 hospitalizations
  • 1,028 trips to the emergency department

On average, each year, car accidents result in 81 deaths and over 12,000 emergency department visits in Nassau County. The cost is tremendous on both injured parties and state and local governments. The Department of Health estimates that annually traffic accidents cause $77.6 million in hospitalization charges. 

How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?

In New York, you only have a limited amount of time to file a claim for damages based on personal injury or wrongful death. New York law requires that a person file a personal injury lawsuit within three (3) years from the date of the accident. If a loved one is killed as a result of their injuries sustained in a traffic accident, the family has two (2) years from the date of their death to file a wrongful death claim.  

It is imperative to act quickly after a car accident. While the statute of limitations may appear to allow an ample amount of time to file a lawsuit, car accidents involving serious injuries may take months to investigate. 

Contacting a lawyer immediately after the collision can help to ensure that you file within the statutory requirement and that you receive maximum compensation based on your injuries.

Will Insurance Pay Me For My Injuries?

Individuals injured in car accidents often believe that the insurance company is on their side and will offer fair and full compensation. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Insurance adjusters will try to get you to settle early for the least amount of money possible after your accident. They are not on your side.

After a car accident, you should never (without first consulting with an attorney):

  • Speak to the insurance company;
  • Sign anything related to your accident;
  • Accept a settlement that does not cover your losses;
  • Fail to get emergency medical care; or
  • Stop seeking treatment on the recommendation of the insurance adjuster.

An insurance representative may try to convince you that your injuries are not that serious or that you are not entitled to seek damages beyond the no-fault insurance limits. An experienced Nassau County car accident lawyer can help you understand your rights and stand up to the insurance company to ensure that you get the recovery you deserve.

What Is My Case Worth?

Determining how much your case is worth depends on a number of factors, including the cause of the crash, the extent of your injuries, and whether you were partially to blame. In most cases, an injury victim that is not represented by an attorney is unlikely to receive the compensation that they need to fully recover.

You may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Medical bills
  • Cost of future treatment 
  • Rehabilitation and therapy
  • Vehicle repairs
  • Lost wages and future loss of earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering

Hiring a lawyer is the best way to ensure that you receive the largest recovery possible. Our Nassau County car accident lawyers will conduct an independent investigation to determine the full value of your case and all of your legal options. 

What If I Was Partially to Blame?

In New York, you are still able to collect damages if you are partially responsible for your injuries. An insurance representative may try to convince you that because of your contributory negligence, you are unable to receive compensation. This is not true. Do not allow the insurance company to deny your claim or downplay your injuries without consulting with an attorney.

Injured in a Nassau County Car Accident?

Were you or a loved one injured in a Nassau County car accident? Contact Ajlouny Injury Law today for free legal advice. Call our office at (718) 233-3913 to speak directly with a lawyer about your case. Even if your case was rejected by another lawyer, we might be able to help. Get a FREE second opinion.

Our Nassau County car accident lawyers have recovered millions in settlements and verdicts on behalf of injury victims throughout New York. Do not wait until it is too late. Let us help you get the money you deserve. Call today.



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Car accidents happen. The aftermath of a vehicle accident leaves victims, including family members traumatised and uninformed. If the collision resulted in personal injuries, victims and their families are left with mounting medical bills. This type of fire storm situation is just another day, different client, at Ajlouny Injury Law.

Ajlouny Injury Law understands what follows after a traumatic accident that has caused serious injury. Victims and their families will be left with questions regarding: lost days from work, loss of income, difficulty meeting financial obligations, recovery time, mounting medical bills.

Although your accident is going to be covered under New York no fault insurance, you may find that the insurance company, while pretending to be compassionate, will use suspect tactics to minimize your injuries or just not want to pay. Beware of giving recorded statements!

Working with a Nassau County, NY car accident lawyer will relieve your anxiety allowing you full recovery from your injuries. Ajlouny Injury Law will fight to get you the just compensation you deserve.
The attorneys at Ajlouny Injury Law has over thirty years of experience representing car accident victims throughout the NYC metropolitan area including the 5 boroughs (New York City, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Long Island, NY.

If you sustained serious injuries or lost a loved one in a wreck, then contact Ajlouny Injury Law Nassau County, NY auto accident attorneys for a free consultation today.
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Common Causes of Car Accidents

In New York the most common cause of car accidents according to the NYPD is driver distraction. Determining fault is the most important question that victims face in an injury related accident.

Ajlouny Injury Law has top investigators available that have a decade of expertise must be done that will help you figure out what caused the crash and who was to blame for it. The police on scene will investigate and issue a police report that will be available at the designated precient within 3 working business days of the accident. Ajlouny Injury Law will then start putting the peices of the puzzle together in order to build a solid case.

In situations where a driver ran a red light or rear-ended you is almost 99.9% the other drivers fault. However, not all accidents are that clear cut.

Determining the cause and fault of a car accident, is what Ajlouny Injury Law top New York personal injury attorneys do best. We know the “what caused the accident” and “who is at fault pretty quickly.” Some of the most common causes of car crashes include the following:

Distracted Driving: – Driving while distracted is a recipe for disaster ending in serious injury even death. New York driving laws regarding distracted driving according to the Zebra has the most lenient distracted driving penalty; a cell phone use violation increases insurance rates for New York state drivers by just 5%. Cell phone apps are one reason for the increase in distracted driving. Apps like Snapchat record the speed of a vehicle, the navigation app Waze rewards drivers for reporting traffic conditions in the moment, and games like Pokemon Go encourages drivers to search for virtual creatures along roads and highways. (New York Times, 2016) (Source:

Driving under the Influence – New York has established severe penalties for DUI. The reason for the severity is not only to punish people who have been arrested for driving drunk, but to set an example to those who haven’t yet. That way, if they are ever in a position where they are considering drunk driving, they will think better of it. Penalties increase for repeat offenders. (Source:

Common Causes Continued 

Speeding – Under New York’s Vision Zero trafffic fatalities from speed have signifanctly lowered since last year. Lowering the speed limit on most New York streets to 25 miles per hour has helped. However, according to The New York Times, pedestrian deaths, which account for the largest share of traffic fatalities, increased last year to 114, from 107 in 2017 — a troubling sign that the city’s streets remain dangerous for many New Yorkers. Motorcyclist deaths increased to 39, from 33 in 2017. (Source:

Faulty Auto Parts – Tens of millions of vehicles with Takata air bags are under recall. Long-term exposure to high heat and humidity can cause these air bags to explode when deployed. Such explosions have caused injuries and deaths. NHTSA urges vehicle owners to take a few simple steps to protect themselves and others from this very serious threat to safety. Injured due to a vehicle defect? Hire Ajlouny Injury Law. Call 718-233-3913. Check for Recalls using your vehicle identification number (VIN).

Drowsy Driving – In 2018, according to statistics from the Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research (ITSMR) at the Rockefeller College and the University at Albany, “fatigue/drowsy driving” and/or “driver fell asleep” were listed 5,708 times as contributing factors on police crash reports statewide. So far in 2019, according to preliminary figures from ITSMR, those same factors have been listed 3,512 times on police crash reports from across the state. Nationally, it is estimated that in 2017, drowsy driving contributed to 91,000 police-reported crashes and nearly 800 deaths, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (Source:

Poor Road Conditions – New York ranked among the top 10 states in terms of poor highway conditions, placing seventh in highest percentage of highway miles in poor condition, at 18 percent. Whether it be a parade of potholes lining local streets, or uneven roadways on the borough’s highways and service roads, Staten Islanders have grown far too accustomed to deteriorating infrastructure. (Source:

What Are Common Car Accident Injuries?

Sadly, it is all too common for car accidents to cause drivers, passengers, cyclists, and pedestrians, serious, sometimes permanent injuries. How serious your injury is will determine how much compensation you ultimately stand to receive. That’s because serious injuries can change your life forever, financially and emotionally.

The total of pedestrian fatalities in 2019 in unofficial statistics came to 114 — an increase of 7.5 percent over last year’s 106 pedestrians killed on the roads of New York City. 199 in New Yorks mean streets, people overall were killed on the roads. If you are injured in New York car accident hire Ajlouny Injury Law Now! No matter how serious your injury may be — Let the experts tell you if you have a case or what your case may be worth.

Injured in a crash leaving you with a paralyzing spinal injury? Serious injuries such as fractures, brain damage, amputation, spinal injury ultimately change the life of the victims and his or her family as well. Hiring the right personal injury attorney that will fight to ensure full compensation for their clients is crucial. Remember if we dont win your case — we get payed nothing.

Some of the injuries that may result from a collision include

Serious injury equates to a transport by abulance or chopper to the nearest hospital—Accident victims are imfamous for rejecting that ride to the ER . Big Mistake!! Huge!! The adrenaline rush and after-shock of an accident can cause the victim to feel invincible; convincing them that they are just fine. That does not mean they are OK. Far from it. Serious injuries, like head trauma, back injury, whiplash, Neck damage may develop over the next few day’s even weeks. Waiting to be seen by a medical provider can hurt your case!

Traumatic brain injuries – Skull fractures
Back, Neck, Whiplash Injury
Burn Injuries
Facial injuries – Eyes, Ears, Nose, Throat Fractures
Back injuries
Internal bleeding and organ damage
Broken Bones & Lacerations

To help you get the most compensation possible, we will likely advise you to get a copy of any medical records pertaining to the accident. This may include medical bills, a medical analysis from your doctor, and proof of any medications that were prescribed as a result of the accident.

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