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If you or a loved one has been involved in a Brooklyn car accident you should contact Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC for a free consultation concerning your legal rights. You may be entitled to money compensation for expenses you incur such as medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages for the time you are stuck out-of-work.
After being involved in a car accident in Kings County, Brooklyn, NY it can take quite a bit of time to get back to normal. Steady income suddenly stops coming in because you cannot work due to injury and bills start piling up, adding anxiety to an already tough situation. Thankfully, you may be entitled to compensation if you got hurt because someone else was careless.
But no insurance company is going to simply write you out a big check even if their insured was wrong and you were hurt as a result – it just does not work that way. You need to hire a lawyer that has experience handling Brooklyn car accident cases like Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC.
At Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC we have more than Fifteen Years of battle-tested courtroom experience that will be put to work for you! From the inception of your case which includes the drafting of pleadings, through discovery and depositions, jury selection and trial we have the experience to fight for you! Which is why former clients regularly refer their friends and family to our firm and come back to us in the case they are in another accident.
Accidents happen all over Kings County, Brooklyn. Some of the more dangerous intersections are listed, below:
Why are Brooklyn car accidents so prevalent? It’s hard to pinpoint to just one thing because there are, indeed, many factors that contribute to Brooklyn auto crashes. However, in our experience some of the more common causes of auto accidents in Brooklyn are:
After you get injured in a car accident in Brooklyn, you may be entitled to compensation if the accident was the fault of another. However, based on New York State No-Fault law, you have to look to your own auto insurance to pay your medical bills. A lot of our clients are surprised and troubled to hear this, asking things like:
These questions are all understandable, but no-fault is structured that each party, regardless of fault, looks to their own car insurance to pay their medical bills. You can still sue the at-fault party for pain and suffering, but your own insurance carrier pays the doctor’s bills. Certain forms need to be filled-out right away though, so contacting a lawyer with experience in this field is warranted.
NEWS: August 19, 2023: Two drivers are facing charges in a Downtown Brooklyn crash that left 1 dead and 3 injured. Charges are now pending against two drivers involved in Friday morning’s fatal car crash in Downtown Brooklyn. The two-car collision occurred just before 3:30 a.m. at the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Court Street. As a result of the accident, a black Mercedes Benz and white Honda Accord, ended up on opposite sides of Court Street. Police say an 18-year-old passenger of the Honda Accord was found unconscious and unresponsive with trauma about the body. She was taken to New York-Presbyterian Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.