Motor Vehicle Accidents
Every day numerous motor vehicle accidents occur across the roadways of New York and Connecticut ranging from fender benders to accidents that cause serious physical injury, and even death. It should come as no surprise that car accidents make up a major percentage of all personal injury claims in New York and Connecticut. Driving under the influence, texting while driving, speeding, and reckless driving all contribute to motor vehicle accidents involving the cars, SUVs, tractor-trailers, bicycles, motorcycles, and pedestrians on our interstate highways and town roads.
Some of the most common injuries in these case accidents are whiplash, burns, nerve damage, broken bones, neck and back disc herniations, lacerations, and soft tissue tearing in knees. Additionally, many individuals suffer persistent headaches and residual pains as a result of their accidents that never go away. The moment a car accident occurs, it sets off a variety of events that no one likes to think about.
Issues involving insurance companies, car repair, missed work, and medical recovery will be confronting you on a daily basis. When you are injured in a car accident, the last thing you need is to face the process without guidance or expertise.
Fortunately, most of the time, you will step into your car and get to and from your destination without issue. But on the occasion that something happens along the way, MayaLaw is on-call to help. If you have been in a car accident, it is important to take action quickly, in order to protect your rights. After an accident as occurred, there are many steps in which legal representation is beneficial and necessary. An experienced personal injury attorney can effectively counsel and guide you through the accident investigation, the criminal investigation (if any), determining insurance coverage, the potential civil suit against the other driver, and in receiving appropriate examination and treatment by a doctor for your injuries.
At MayaLaw, we strive to get you from accident to the best possible recovery as quickly, efficiently and as cost effectively as possible. In many instances, our personal injury attorneys will work on a contingency basis when handling your Connecticut car accident. This means our attorneys do not get paid unless you recover from the other driver or settle your case. To get a better understanding of your rights, and to start on the road to recovery, call the Personal Injury Group at MayaLaw today at 203-221-3100 or contact us for a free consultation.