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Were You in a Car Accident with a Vehicle Making a Dangerous Left Turn?

Dangerous Left Hand Turn Car AccidentsLeft turn accidents are all too common. Whether these accidents involve cars, motorcycles, buses, trucks, bicycles or pedestrians, they are generally caused by the left turn driver doing when he or she either fails to yield to oncoming traffic or midjudges the speed and distance of oncoming traffic.

These accidents are usually high impact collisions and often result in serious injuries. Common injuries may include:

Who Pays for Your Injuries From a Car Accident in NY

For minor accidents with no serious injuries, New York’s no-fault insurance will pay up to $50,000to cover your medical bills and lost wages. However, if you or a family member were seriously injured—including any of the injuries listed above—a competent lawyer can help you collect compensation above the $50,000 limit as well as for your pain and suffering.

Have Questions about an Accident Involving You or a Family Member?

Were you or a family member seriously injured in a left-turn accident? Call or contact our Long Island car accident lawyers through our website to set up a free consultation—there is no obligation or fee. We will answer all your questions, go over your case and discuss your legal options. Our personal injury attorneys are experienced in working with these types of accident cases throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties and have helped numerous clients collect the maximum compensation they deserve to cover their medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, physical therapy bills and any other costs and damages. We work with top-notch investigators, accident reenactment experts and the best medical authorities to collect all the necessary evidence to support your case and ensure all everything is properly documented to prove your case and help you get the best possible outcome.

Contact us for a free consultation. There is no obligation and never a fee—you only pay when we get you a settlement or verdict.

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