Bronx Car Accident FAQ
Are you flooded with questions about filing a Bronx car accident claim? Read the below FAQ to get answers to some of your top questions.
Who is at fault for my Bronx car accident?
Figuring out who is at fault for a car accident requires investigation. Here are just a few of the parties that could be responsible for your Bronx car accident: reckless drivers, vehicle manufacturers, mechanics, the government, construction companies, commercial truck drivers, or distracted drivers.
How does my car accident lawyer get paid?
Your car accident lawyer gets paid after they win you a settlement or a financial award. Your lawyer’s fees can come out of the money you’re awarded.
Will I have to go to court to win a car accident claim?
Most likely you will not have to go to court to win a car accident claim. Most claims are settled outside of court through insurance negotiations.
What is the serious injury threshold in New York?
The serious injury threshold in New York refers to how serious your injuries and damages must be in order for you to file a car accident claim or lawsuit. Your damages must be greater than $50,000 and your injuries must be serious. Talk to a lawyer to find out whether your injuries and damages meet this threshold.
How do I prove a Bronx car accident claim?
To prove your Bronx car accident claim, you need evidence of fault. Some types of evidence often used in car accident claims are statements from witnesses, crash reports, medical evidence, photos, video evidence, crash scene expert statements, and physical evidence.
Connect with a Bronx Car Accident Lawyer
If you have suffered serious injuries and losses in a car accident in the Bronx, you have every right to file a claim seeking damages. Call 1-800-VICTIM2 (842-8462) to speak to an attorney at Greenstein & Milbauer, LLP. You can also fill out the form below to reach our office and receive a free case review.