Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyers
Motor vehicle accidents are a common occurrence on our roads, and they can happen to anyone at any time. They can be caused by driver negligence, mechanical failure, or other factors beyond our control like poor weather conditions.
When you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, it can be a traumatic experience that leaves you feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, Sobo & Sobo can help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact us online for a free consultation, or call 855-GOT-SOBO to speak with an auto accident attorney today.
Types of Auto Accident Lawsuits
Motor vehicle accidents can happen in many different ways, and they can involve a wide range of vehicles. The most common types of motor vehicle accidents include:
Car accidents are the most common type of motor vehicle accident. They can be caused by driver negligence, mechanical failure, or other factors beyond our control.
Semi-trucks and other commercial-use vehicles are larger and more dangerous than other vehicles on the road.
Auto Accident Client Reviews
Examples of Negligence
In Motor Vehicle Accidents
Negligence is a legal term that refers to a failure to exercise reasonable care, which results in harm to others. In the context of motor vehicle accidents, negligence can take many different forms. Here are 10 examples of driver negligence in motor vehicle accidents:
Lights & Stop Signs
Driving Under the Influence
of Drugs or Alcohol
(ex: without signaling)
Common Injuries in Auto Accident Lawsuits
Vehicle accidents can cause a wide range of injuries,
from minor bruises and cuts to life-threatening injuries
that require extensive medical treatment.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the most common injuries sustained in vehicle accidents include:
Often caused in sudden collisions where a driver’s head hits the steering wheel, the windshield, or by debris from a crash. They can range from minor concussions to traumatic brain injuries that require extensive medical treatment.
These are common in vehicle accidents and can be caused by whiplash. They can range from minor strains to serious spinal cord injuries.
Back injuries are also common in vehicle accidents and can be caused by whiplash or by impact with another vehicle or object. They can range from minor strains to serious spinal cord injuries.
Caused by impact with the steering wheel or dashboard. They can range from minor bruises to serious internal injuries.
Abdominal injuries can be caused by impact with the steering wheel or dashboard. They can range from minor bruises to serious internal injuries.
Arm and leg injuries are common in vehicle accidents and can be caused by impact with another vehicle or object. They can range from minor bruises to serious fractures.
Vehicle accidents can also cause psychological injuries such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression.
Auto Accident Settlements
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and other losses. The amount of compensation you can receive will depend on a variety of factors, including:
- The severity of your injuries: The more severe your injuries, the higher your settlement is likely to be.
- The cost of your medical treatment: The cost of your medical treatment, including hospital bills, doctor’s visits, and rehabilitation, will be factored into your settlement.
- The length of your recovery time: If your injuries require a long recovery time, you may be entitled to more compensation.
- The impact on your daily life: If your injuries have a significant impact on your daily life, such as preventing you from working or enjoying your hobbies, you may be entitled to more compensation
- The extent of property damage: If your vehicle or other property was damaged in the accident, you may be entitled to compensation for the cost of repairs or replacement.
- The amount of insurance coverage: The amount of insurance coverage available will also impact your settlement. If the other driver is underinsured or uninsured, it may be more difficult to recover full compensation for your losses.
- Liability: The degree of fault or liability will also be considered in determining your settlement. If you were partially at fault for the accident, your settlement may be reduced.
It is important to note that each case is unique, and the factors that determine a settlement can vary widely. An experienced motor vehicle accident attorney can help you navigate the complex legal process and ensure that you receive fair compensation for your injuries and losses.
Benefits of Hiring an
Auto Accident Attorney
can provide a range of benefits, including:
Knowledge and expertise
An experienced attorney will have the knowledge and expertise to navigate the complex legal process and ensure that your rights are protected.
Communication with insurance companies
Your attorney can communicate with insurance companies on your behalf and negotiate a fair settlement that covers your medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses.
Investigation of the accident
Your attorney will conduct a thorough investigation of the accident to gather evidence and determine liability.
Representation in court
If necessary, your attorney can represent you in court and fight for your rights in front of a judge and jury.
Peace of mind
Hiring an attorney can provide peace of mind and alleviate some of the stress and anxiety associated with a motor vehicle accident.
Contact a Motor Vehicle Accident Attorney
If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, the attorneys at Sobo & Sobo can help. With over 50 years of experience winning settlements for victims injured by negligent drivers, our attorneys have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that you receive fair compensation for your injuries and losses.
To schedule a free consultation and discover the value of your case, call us today at 855-468-7626 or contact us online. Our attorneys are available 24/7 to answer your questions and provide the legal representation you need to recover from your injuries and move forward with your life.
The very first thing you should do is seek treatment by a medical professional, and be sure mention all the areas of pain or injury. Second: call Sobo & Sobo to secure your rights.
You likely have a personal injury if: (1) you were in an accident that was not entirely your fault, and (2) you sustained an injury from the accident.
The Sobo & Sobo “No Fee Guarantee” puts in writing that there is never a charge unless the firm, wins money for the client.
No-Fault refers to the legal system that requires the insurance company for the vehicle that you are occupying to pay for certain benefits such as medical bills and lost wages, regardless of who caused the accident. New York, for example, has a no-fault law that requires the insurance company for the vehicle you occupy to pay benefits even if that vehicle did not cause the accident.
There are different statute of limitations in New York, and exceptions that can add additional time. While every case is different, the statute of limitations in New York for personal injury claims is three years from the date of the accident.