If you or a member of your family has been injured in a car accident caused by the negligence or recklessness of another driver, the first thing to do is get medical care. Then, it is time to file an auto accident claim. And while it may seem like an easy enough process, a mistake can be costly. The auto accident attorneys at Birzon, Strang, and Associates know that the information you give an insurance company can be used against you when it comes time to settle your claim.
If you have been hurt, don’t let the insurance company add insult to your injury. Let our Long Island auto accident lawyers answer your questions and help ensure that your claim is completed and filed properly. Getting the information you need so that you can make the informed decisions that you need to make, starts with scheduling a free consultation with Birzon, Strang, & Associates, to learn more about your rights as an accident victim.
Let’s say for example, that you were hit by another vehicle and seriously injured. Of course, it appears obvious who was at fault for the accident. Because New York is a no-fault state, and because the insurance company will try to assign at least partial blame to you (what is called comparative negligence), we will work hard to establish liability and get you full and fair compensation. We will try to negotiate a settlement, but if injury litigation is necessary and in your best interest, we are ready, willing and able to take your case to court. We are Suffolk and Nassau auto accident attorneys who can help injured people anywhere in New York.
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The Birzon, Strang, and Associates Law Firm has served thousands of Long Island accident victims and their families, throughout our local Smithtown community where our office has been located for over Thirty (30) years. It costs you nothing to learn more about your legal options if you have been injured in a car accident. To schedule your free consultation, please contact us online or call us at (631) 517-1822. We can arrange to meet you in your home or hospital.