Get Damages for Your Crushing Injury!
Call Our Skilled Personal Injury Attorney in Nassau County
Being pinned and squeezed in any type of accident can crush parts of your body and leave you devastating injuries which may last the rest of your life. When a crushing injury is the result of a car accident or some other accident caused by another person's negligence, you may be able to hold them liable for damages in a personal injury suit. By speaking with a
personal injury attorney in Nassau County, you can recover the compensation needed to move forward with your life after a crushing accident.
You need an experienced litigator when you are wrongfully injured that will work tirelessly on your behalf. The Law Offices of Charles R. Gueli has over 20 years of experience working exclusively with personal injury cases and has a reputation for achieving positive results for our clients. We make ourselves available to our clients 24/7 to answer any questions. Our firm takes the time to understand your needs after being injured, so give us a call.
Suffer a crushing injury?
Injuries stemming from a crush injury can be extensive and very painful. You may require prolonged medical attention in terms of hospital stays or physical therapy, and a personal injury claim can compensate you for all medical related costs in addition to the emotional trauma such an injury can bring.
Injuries caused by crushing can include:
- Bleeding, potentially internally
- Broken bones
- Nerve damage
- Organ damage
- Traumatic amputation
Such injuries can stay with you for life and seriously impact your day-to-day existence. The loss of a limb, for instance, could limit you and reduce your enjoyment of life. Thankfully, our Nassau County crushing injury lawyer can work to recover damages even for non-economic, emotional trauma.
Look to Our Firm for Your Compensation
Begin working with our firm today and we can get to work on a strong claim for you. If someone else was at fault for an accident which caused you harm, you have a legal right to compensation.
New York state grants three years' time to file a personal injury claim before the statute of limitations expires and defense attorneys and insurance companies can work to slow the legal process—call us as soon as you are injured so we can build a strong case for you and get you back on your feet!
We offer free case evaluations, so don't hesitate to call on us when you are injured!