William Mattar Law Offices has handled thousands of motor vehicle accident injury claims for clients throughout New York State, and we want to put our knowledge and resources to work for you. If you’ve been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, our 24/7 legal staff is ready to help.
Whether you’ve been injured in a serious car accident or a fender-bender, William Mattar can help. Our team of car accident attorneys has the experience needed to help you get compensation for your injury-related expenses. We have more than 30 years of experience protecting the rights of injury victims in New York State.
Our injury attorneys handle motor vehicle accident cases with one or more vehicles, including those involving bicycles.
There are many things to consider when riding a motorcycle—weather, time, traffic—but safety should always be your first priority.
Pedestrians must obey all traffic regulations and signals when walking on the road or crossing an intersection. Drivers must also obey traffic rules, including yielding to pedestrians when they have the right of way.
If you’ve been injured in a truck accident in New York, filing a claim can be complicated to do alone. Various forms need to be completed and submitted by the state-required deadlines.
Drunk driving is a dangerous and selfish act that leads to many unnecessary and devastating car accidents every year.
Distracted driving occurs when a driver takes their focus off the road and onto a different task such as texting, eating, or talking to other passengers.
Ridesharing programs have risen in popularity in recent years. If you are injured in an Uber accident or Lyft accident, it may be difficult to determine who is at fault.
In general, self-driving systems use some combination of robotic technology and “machine learning” to navigate through their surroundings. As with any car accident, a self-driving car crash can result in serious injury.
Product liability law protects consumers against products that are defective and pose an unreasonable danger. Defective products—such as faulty auto parts–can cause serious injury.