Your Personal Injury Questions Answered
At the Law Offices of John W. DeBlasio, P.C., our lawyers are highly knowledgeable in New York personal injury law and provide skilled representation to people throughout Long Island and all five boroughs of New York City. We are prepared to answer any questions you have about personal injury claims in Suffolk County and throughout New York. On this page, we will answer some of the most frequently asked questions about personal injury claims in New York.
How much is my case worth?
What if I can’t afford to hire an attorney?
The good news about hiring a personal injury lawyer is that there is typically no upfront fee. Most personal injury claims are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning there is no fee for the initial consultation and you won’t owe the law firm anything unless your attorney obtains a financial recovery for you.
What does “no-fault” insurance mean?
In a no-fault insurance claim, which is the model used in New York, a motor vehicle accident victim’s own insurance coverage is the first source of compensation for medical bills and other losses, no matter which driver was at fault. If the injury is serious and damages exceed policy limits, however, the victim may pursue additional compensation through a personal injury lawsuit.
How will I pay my medical bills?
Personal injury law allows you to pursue compensation for all losses arising from another person’s negligence, including medical bills, wage loss, and pain and suffering. It is important to work with an attorney who knows how to fully and accurately assess damages so that you are not left with less compensation than you need to recover and rebuild your life.
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While this page covered general information about personal injury law in New York, our attorneys are here to answer specific questions that pertain to your case. To arrange a free initial consultation, contact our law firm online or by telephone at 888-571-0424.