Westchester County Car Accident Attorneys
Our NY car accident lawyers have recovered millions of dollars for injured crash victims
In Westchester, car accidents often come out of nowhere. Maybe you were commuting on I-287, running errands on W 225th St in White Plains, heading to a restaurant by Peekskill Bay, or another scenario. It just takes one red-light-runner, drunk driver, or negligent motorist to change your life.
Many car accident victims are in similar situations: in severe pain, unable to work or complete everyday tasks, and uneasy about the medical bills stacking up next to monthly expenses. You’re looking at an uncertain future. We can help you find your way forward.
Never settle for less than what your claim is worth
When the insurance company calls and offers to settle your case quickly, it may feel like a lifeline. Unfortunately, it isn’t. Insurance companies always want to settle cases for as little as possible. The industry earns billions annually by denying claims and short-changing seriously injured accident victims.
Demand better. In Westchester County, Giampa Law stands up to the insurance companies. With one of our Westchester County car accident lawyers on your side, you can feel confident that your claim is moving forward while you focus on healing.
If you were injured in a car accident in White Plains, Yonkers, Greenburgh, New Rochelle, Spring Valley, Ossining, or anywhere else in Westchester County, contact us for a free case consultation. At no cost to you, a member of our team can estimate the value of your claim and help you decide what to do next.
Types of car accident claims Giampa Law handles in Westchester County
Giampa Law is an experienced personal injury and car accident law firm with offices in Valhalla and the Bronx. We are known for putting the highest value on our clients’ needs and aggressively pursuing results.
Our case results are full of big wins for complex catastrophic car accidents. But we know that there is no such thing as a “minor” car accident with injuries. We also know that there is no such thing as a simple injury claim, thanks to the insurance companies. Studies show that a vehicle occupant can suffer severe, lifelong injuries in crashes under 20 mph.
Here are some, but not all, of the types of car accident claims we handle at Giampa Law:
- Rear-end accidents.
- Intersection crashes.
- Pedestrian accidents.
- Drunk drivers.
- Distracted drivers.
- Head-on collisions.
- Road rage incidents.
- Multi-car pileups, chain reaction accidents, domino effect accidents.
We see the devastating effects of accidents on individuals and families in New York every day. Helping injured accident victims regain the physical, mental, and financial health that was stolen from them by negligent drivers is what fuels our passion to win. Giampa Law fights to protect accident victims’ rights. We don’t give in. We dig in until we get results.
Where are the most dangerous roads and intersections in Westchester County, NY?
A car accident can happen anywhere. But some places see more crashes than others. In Westchester, fatal crash data points to hotspots at:
- Tarrytown Road/Route 100 at Central Ave and Bronx River Pkwy in White Plains.
- Yonkers Ave between Nepperhan Ave and Walnut Street in Yonkers.
- Route 6/E Main St at Bear Mountain State Pkwy in Peekskill.
- North Ave at Beechmont Dr in New Rochelle.
- Crompond Rd (Route 202) from the Bear Mountain State Pkwy to the Taconic State Pkwy in Crompond.
What is the average car accident claim settlement in Westchester, NY?
The average Westchester car accident settlement can be tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars. How much you get for a car accident is affected by the type and severity of the injury, fault, and available insurance and assets.
Typically, the more severe and life-altering an injury is, the more compensation a victim can receive.
Common car accident injuries for which you can collect compensation include:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries like brain hemorrhages and concussions.
- Spinal cord injuries.
- Back and spine injuries like herniated or slipped discs and fractured vertebrae.
- Neck and shoulder pain.
- Torn ligaments, tendons, and muscles.
- Internal injuries.
- Cuts, lacerations, and punctures.
- Fractured bones in the wrist, ankle, leg, arms, skull, and hands.
- Nerve damage.
If it was a fatal crash, the victim’s family is also often entitled to compensation.
The insurance company doesn’t value your health or your comfort. The goal of any insurance adjuster is to reject a claim or settle it for as little as possible. They can’t get away with much if you have the attorneys from Giampa Law on your side. We know how the system works in Westchester County. We are relentless in pursuit of the results you deserve.
Why does fault matter in ‘no-fault’ New York?
New York is a no-fault state, meaning that if you are injured in a car accident, you file a claim with your car insurance company first – regardless of who caused the crash. However, if you have a significant injury, you are usually eligible to “step outside” the no-fault system and file a liability claim for additional compensation. Our legal team can analyze your situation and explain your options in a free consultation.
Contact a Westchester County car accident lawyer today
At Giampa Law, our Westchester County car accident attorneys have taken on the same insurance companies you may be dealing with and have come out on top.
If you were injured or a loved one died in a Westchester County car accident, contact Giampa Law for a free case consultation. At no cost to you, we can answer your crash-related questions and explain compensation options. Our law firm has offices in Valhalla and the Bronx. But if you can’t come to us, we can go to you.
We proudly serve all of Westchester County – including White Plains, Yonkers, Ossining, and Greenburgh. In addition, we offer legal representation to crash victims on contingency. That means there is no upfront cost, and you pay no fees unless we win your case.
Don’t delay. A statute of limitations applies to car accident and wrongful death legal action. A member of our team is available any time, day or night, to hear from you. Contact us to schedule your free case consultation right now.