Have you been injured by someone who was acting carelessly or negligently? You are likely entitled to accident damages in the form of financial compensation. Our Long Island injury lawyer has helped many people in our community get full justice after an accident that left them severely injured. We would love to meet with you for a free consultation to talk about how we can build a strong case for you. Give us a call today to set up your first free consultation.

Economic Accident Damages

There are two types of damages that you can recover. They are your economic and non-economic damages.

Your economic damages are meant to financially reimburse you for the monetary loss that you have suffered because of your accident.

If you suffered property damage during your accident, you are entitled to receive compensation for that. You are also entitled to all of your accident-related bills. That would include medical bills and travel expenses that are related to your medical treatment.

If you had to miss time at work and lost money, you are entitled to receive that in your compensation. Essentially, your economic damages are meant to cover any type of loss that you experienced financially.

Non-Economic Accident Damages

After an accident, you are likely going to have a fair number of damages that are non-economic. That has to do with the damages that are not financial. You may be wondering what that includes.

Typically, everyone will go through some level of pain and suffering. Many people will experience emotional damage as well. This might include anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and sleep issues.

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We aim to get you justice for all of the ways your life has been negatively affected by your accident.

Who is Responsible for My Accident Damages?

When you are seriously injured, we will collect evidence and analyze the scene of your accident to determine who the liable party is. In NYS you are legally allowed to still collect compensation for your accident even if you share some fault with the liable party. That is called pure comparative fault.

You may be wondering who is financially responsible for your compensation award. We go for the liable party’s insurance company to give you the money damages that you deserve.

Call Our Long Island Injury Lawyer Today

If you have been severely hurt by a negligent party, you deserve justice. Our Long Island accident lawyer has had many years of experience fighting for our clients to receive full accident damages from the liable party’s insurance company. We want to help you get that same justice. When you want to fight for your rights, give our office a call to set up a free consultation.

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