Do I Have a Car Accident Claim?
In New York State, not every car accident results in a claim for personal injuries. There are factors that may determine whether or not you are able to file a claim for personal injury in addition to the benefits provided by your No-Fault insurance company.
For common types of claims, you must be able to prove that:
- The negligence of another motorist was responsible for causing the accident.
- You’ve sustained a serious physical injury as a result of the accident.
If you have any questions about your ability to file a claim, it’s important to protect your legal rights to compensation by talking to a car accident attorney. At William Mattar Law Offices, our legal staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—call (844) 444-4444 or fill out our free initial consultation form today.
What is Negligence?
Determining who was negligent, or legally responsible, for your rear-end collision can be simple. But, in other accident cases, proving another motorist was at fault for your accident may be more complicated.
The other driver may be considered negligent if he or she:
- was driving distracted
- drove under the influence
- failed to yield
- failed to observe a stop sign or traffic light
- improperly maintained his or her vehicle
- made an illegal turn
- or drove the wrong way
William Mattar focuses on New York State motor vehicle accidents. That means we know the law in New York State, and we may be able to determine who was at fault for your accident. Contact our experienced Buffalo accident lawyers today and let our focus be your advantage.