Skilled Attorneys To Handle Your Car Accident Case
Many of the roads of Long Island are busy and congested at nearly all hours of the day. When distracted, drunk or otherwise negligent drivers enter the scene, innocent lives are put at risk.
At the Law Offices of John W. DeBlasio, P.C., our attorneys stand up for people injured in Long Island and throughout all five boroughs of New York City. Handling car accident cases is not just a business to us. We are here to help you pursue fair and just compensation for all of the losses you have suffered due to a motor vehicle accident in New York.
Getting The Answers You Need
We thoroughly investigate car accidents to determine how they occurred and to identify responsible parties. Some of the many ways negligent drivers alter the lives of our clients include:
- Distracted driving, including texting while driving
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Reckless driving
- Lane violations
- Red light and stop sign violations
In the aftermath of an accident, it is not uncommon for the insurance company to send their investigators to find facts that help them deny responsibility. This is why it is so important to have a skilled car accident attorney on your side. We have the experience and resources to counter the tactics insurance companies and other parties will use to limit or deny the compensation you deserve.
Get Medical Treatment, Then Talk To A Lawyer
If you have been injured in a car accident, it is important to obtain medical treatment as soon as possible. This is not only important for your well being, but also for any legal proceedings that may result from the accident. Only with thoroughly documented medical evidence can a personal injury lawyer begin building a successful case for you.
When you are ready to speak with an experienced car accident attorney, we will be here for you. We work with clients across the New York City metro area, including Suffolk County and other parts of Long Island. You can reach our law offices by telephone at 888-571-0424 or online by filling out a brief contact form.