Auto Accident Auto Accident Litigation – Car Accident Attorneys – Westchester County and White Plains, New York

Auto accidents occur every day in cities and towns across the country. Regardless of how minor or serious the damage, an experienced lawyer can help protect your rights if you’ve been injured in a car crash. Our auto accident attorneys serving Westchester County, White Plains, and all of New York help clients to recover from the emotional and financial burdens that result from car accidents. If you’ve been involved in an auto accident, accepting a settlement from an insurance company before consulting an attorney may limit the amount of compensation you are able to receive. To be sure that your rights are being protected, contact the car accident attorneys at Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP. Auto accident claims are decided based on three main considerations.

Damages – Personal Injury and Property Damage

Because there are so many different types of car accidents, the resulting damage can range from minor vehicle dents to wrongful death or catastrophic injury. Filing an insurance claim or a lawsuit requires evidence of the damages sustained and proof that they occurred during the auto accident in question. In addition to medical reports, estimates for vehicle repairs and police reports can aid you in establishing these facts.

If you or a passenger in your vehicle sustains an injury during a car accident, our experienced auto accident attorneys serving White Plains, Westchester County, and all of New York can help ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve. To be sure that you receive adequate compensation for your pain and suffering, property damage, and time you’ve lost at work, contact the auto accident attorneys at Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP.

Liability – Car Accident Causes

There are two types of liability associated with auto accidents: criminal and civil. Criminal charges may be brought in car accident cases that result in death or injury, especially when they are caused by the driver’s gross negligence or decision to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Car accident civil liability cases usually involve personal injury lawsuits and require the jury to decide who is at fault, what percentage of liability each driver holds, and how much money should be paid to the victim by the at-fault driver’s insurance company.

There are many types of auto accidents, including head-on collisions, rollovers, rear end accidents, and more. Some common car accident causes include:

  • Negligence – An estimated 90 percent of auto accidents are caused by driver negligence, which includes a broad range of driver behaviors.
  • Reckless Driving (Intentional Misconduct) – Reckless driving includes operating the vehicle in a way that is known to be risky, such as speeding, failing to obey basic traffic rules, and driving with too many passengers in the car.
  • Product Failure – Automobile manufacturers can be held responsible if an equipment malfunction causes an accident or serious injury. Examples include brake failure, tire blowout, loss of steering, and more.
  • Poor Roadway Design / Road Maintenance – Poor roadway maintenance, the presence of potholes, and road construction all increase the probability of car accidents occurring, as do poorly marked roads and hazardous road designs.
  • Driving Under the Influence – Although illegal, driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol causes numerous injuries and deaths each year, as intoxicated drivers have impaired judgment and motor skills.

If you or someone you know has been injured in a car accident, contact our auto accident attorneys serving Westchester County, White Plains, and all of New York. Our legal team can provide professional representation and help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

Insurance Coverage

The amount of money that insurance companies pay to auto accident victims depends on a number of factors, including the severity of the injury and resulting disability, the type of coverage purchased by the insured driver, who is at fault, the percentage of liability each driver bears, the market value of the damaged vehicle, and the estimated cost of repair to the cars involved. If you’ve been in a car accident, contact the auto accident attorneys at Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP before accepting any compensation from an insurance company. Insurance company representatives decide the amount of money they’ll pay regardless of the actual cost of automobile repairs, the amount remaining on car loans, and the amount of medical expenses. By accepting a settlement from the insurance company, you may be agreeing not to sue for damages, which could deprive you of the full sum you deserve.

Our Auto Accident Attorneys Can Help

Being involved in an auto accident raises numerous issues that can be confusing to sort through, and it is often the case that some parties do not have their rights adequately represented. Contact the attorneys of Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP if you’ve been injured in a car crash. Our auto accident attorneys serving Westchester County, White Plains, and all of New York can help ensure that you receive the maximum settlement you deserve.

Team at Worby Vecchio Edelman LLP

Worby Vecchio Edelman LLP

The personal injury attorneys at Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP, have advocated for the rights of injured clients for over 40 years. Our attorneys' affiliations and recognitions include:

  • Super Lawyers
  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Trial Lawyers Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Westchester County Bar Association
  • American Academy of Trial Attorneys (Premier 100)
  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association

To schedule a free consultation at our law office, contact us online or call (914) 686-3700.

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