Bronx New York Auto Accident Lawyer Glenn Herman Explains Types of Accidents in NYC With a New Resource
In this article, Bronx Car Accident Lawyer and a leading personal injury attorney Glenn Herman explains the kinds of car accidents commonly seen in New York City. The law firm represents clients in all five boroughs of New York (NY): Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, along with Suffolk County & Nassau County on Long Island, Westchester County, Rockland County, and throughout the entire state of New York.
There are several elements that influence the amount of compensation survivors of vehicle accidents receive. The sort of accident is one such element, since different sorts of accidents result in varying degrees of harm and who is held responsible for the incident.
Some of the types of motor vehicles accidents in in NYC include:
About New York City-based Car Accident Lawyers Glenn & Robin Herman
Our New York City car accidents lawyers Glenn & Robin Herman take the time to learn every aspect of your case during our initial meeting in order to properly evaluate the full extent of the damages you or a loved one have suffered. We have been representing seriously injured New Yorkers for over 25 years. Born, raised, and living in the City, we know that when you have been injured in this town, you need an attorney to protect your rights and explain the law to you in a way you can understand.
The NYC car accident lawyers Glenn & Robin Herman represent clients in all five boroughs of New York.
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