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(NY) With COVID-19 causing companies across the nation to close their doors and send employees home, it is an unfortunate fact of life that accidents and injuries that can affect your life and livelihood continue to happen. Accidents and injuries happen when you least expect them, whether you are involved in a car accident, a workplace injury, or a slip and fall accident, the results can be devastating and have a long-term impact on your
There is no question that motor vehicle accidents can happen anywhere. In Syracuse and the Central New York area with all the highways, this is no exception. Car accidents can have a traumatizing effect on those that are involved and the legal concerns are probably the farthest from your mind just after a serious car crash. Like a lot of big businesses, Insurance companies are looking to line their own pockets. When there is a
Probably the first thing someone who has been injured thinks of after an accident (automobile, workplace, etc.) is "am I alright," and then they think about seeing a doctor or going to the emergency room. Other things on the agenda might also be about filing an accident claim with their insurance company, and if necessary finding another car to get them to and from work if they were in a car accident and their car
How Much Is My Workers’ Compensation Case Worth? A frustrated worker in Syracuse called our office recently. A couple of years ago he was injured while on the job, and his case was close to being completed. His frustration came from his lawyer who wouldn’t give him any idea what amount he would receive for his settlement. He came to us hoping to get some insight. Firstly, let's be clear: no attorney should tell you
Contingency based fees are the standard payment arrangement between a personal injury attorney in New York and their clients. What this means is that you do not pay anything to hire an attorney in New York. A car accident lawyer only collects fees after you win your case and obtain compensation. A Syracuse car accident lawyer will represent you during this difficult time, fighting to make your life easier following an accident. Your Car Accident
How Long After A Car Accident Can You Sue in NY? The short answer is that in New York, you only have three years to sue. This statute of limitations can be shorter if the liable party is a government entity. There are other deadlines that can are also very short. An example of this are cases against a governmental / municipal entity that require a “Notice of Claim” within 90 days of the accident.
How Long Do I Have to File a Car Accident Claim in New York State? In New York, most cases of a statute of limitations on car accidents are three years. With that being said, the time you have to file a lawsuit against the other driver can vary. If you file a lawsuit outside of that time you may not be able to recover compensation. By talking to an experienced Syracuse car accident attorney,
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