Nassau County Car Accident Attorney
Let Attorney Gueli Handle Your Injury Claim
Finding the cause of your
car accident and who was responsible is the key to your
personal injury case. Without being able to show liability, your claim can be denied or
devalued. You need a dedicated Nassau County car accident lawyer to push
for your rights to recover compensation after an accident.
For over 20 years, Charles R. Gueli has focused his efforts on personal
injury law. Our firm's experience, along with our commitment to our
clients, allows us to provide the high-level representation you need.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious or catastrophic injury
as a result of an auto accident in Nassau County or Suffolk County, NY,
What Should You Do Immediately Following an Accident?
New York law obligates you to stop and exchange information with other drivers immediately
after an accident. This includes providing the other parties involved
with your driver’s license, insurance information, and registration.
Of course, if you are too injured to move, you should remain still until
medical personnel arrive on the scene.
Do not admit to any fault in your interaction with other drivers. Even if you were partly to blame, refrain from apologizing as this may
be construed by other parties as accepting blame and thereby voiding your
chance at recovering damages.
Call the police
or 911 right away if anyone is injured or was killed in the accident. After police arrive on the scene, ask the officer for a copy of the accident
report to file with your Nassau County personal injury lawyer.
Take careful note of the accident scene. Photos of your vehicle and those of the other parties involved, the accident
scene, and any injuries of yours can be significant help to placing fault
with another driver and ensuring you recover fair compensation.
Retain skilled legal counsel in the aftermath of a car accident. Our Nassau County car accident lawyer can keep you informed of your rights
and fight to win the compensation you need to cover your losses.
Common Causes of Car Accidents
Personal injury cases revolve around the idea that someone lacked reasonable
care, thereby causing your accident and subsequent injuries.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the leading
causes of car accidents include:
- Distracted driving
- The use of cell phones or texting
- Driver fatigue
- Drunk driving
- Aggressive driving
- Weather and road conditions
Note, with the exception of weather, that all of these factors point to
drivers who were negligent. Even on the subject of weather, if a driver
does not take reasonable precautions when driving in extreme snow, rain,
or wind, they may be found to be the cause of an accident. By far, the
majority of incidents which resulted in severe injuries or
wrongful deaths were due to driver negligence.
How We Fight for Your Compensation
We investigate exactly what occurred in your accident when necessary. Our
legal team reviews the physical evidence as well as conducting accident-site
investigations. Our Nassau County car accident attorneys review and analyze
witness statements, police reports and other pertinent information.
We make prepare ourselves to take on all phases of your case, including
preparing, presenting and negotiating your claim with insurers as we fight
for maximum compensation. In many cases, it may entail bringing your case
to trial to pursue the most favorable result.
Available 24/7 – Clients Are Our #1 Priority
Offering weekend and evening appointments, it is our goal to be available
at all hours because we know that accidents do not just happen from 9-5pm.
Allow our qualified injury lawyer to provide you with the personalized
legal attention you need so that you can focus on making a full recovery.
Contact a Nassau County car accident attorney
at our firm to set up your free case evaluation!