Car accidents are probably the most common type of all the accidents we on Long Island experience. The issues concerning a car accident can be complicated, especially in light of the law as it pertains to paying for medical bills, recovering for lost wages and making a claim for pain and suffering. Be assured that Glynn Mercep and Purcell, LLP can help you through the maze of issues you will face.
Under the no-fault insurance law of the State of New York, your own insurance company is obligated to pay your reasonable medical bills even if the car accident was your fault. You may or may not have health insurance, but this does not matter. The No-Fault Law requires your own automobile insurance company to pay these bills after your car accident under virtually any circumstances.
However, a serious physical injury as a result of the car accident, if the accident is at least in part someone else’s fault, entitles you to make a claim for compensation for these injuries. We can help you navigate the issues concerning your injury, which may include a serious injury such as broken bones, disfiguring scars or more catastrophic injuries.
Dealing with your own insurance company to get your reasonable medical bills paid in a timely fashion can be overwhelming. At Glynn Mercep and Purcell, LLP we are extremely experienced with these insurance issues and can help you obtain treatment that is necessary at the insurance company’s expense. But over and above that, we pursue your claim for compensation for the injuries you have sustained in your car accident right through a trial in court, if necessary.
Please contact Glynn Mercep and Purcell, LLP to set up an appointment to discuss your car accident. There is no consultation fee, and if we take your case, we only collect our fee if we are successful in resolving your case to your satisfaction. It is you, in the end, who decides if the compensation being offered for your car accident is adequate, with our advice and counsel.