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Very few of us will get through life without encountering a car accident. And while the vast majority of injuries from vehicular accidents will heal given the proper medical attention and rehabilitation, some will impact the victim for months, years, and even a lifetime. Even more heartbreaking are the ones that take the life of the victim, leaving loved ones in their aftermath to pick up the pieces.
If you have been injured in a vehicular accident, you may be facing enormous difficulty getting the financial help you need from your insurance company. Furthermore, if you suffered car accident injuries because of the negligence of someone else, you may be able to seek compensation for your injuries and other damages from the at-fault party. Let us help. At Kucher Law, our experienced Brooklyn personal injury lawyers have seen it all before and work tirelessly to help injured victims get the compensation they deserve.
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How common are vehicular accidents in Brooklyn? In December 2021 alone, there were 2,776 car accidents reported on our streets. That represents only one month.
Nationwide, car accidents are the number one cause of injuries and fatalities. The National Safety Council reports that motor vehicle accidents remain the leading cause of death in the United States, with 39,107 individuals losing their lives in a vehicular accident in 2019. The estimated injuries for that one year alone? An astonishing 4.5 million people suffered injuries requiring medical care in car accidents in 2019.
While these figures are staggering, the sheer amount of physical, emotional, and financial costs are often overwhelming for those who are left to recover and get on with their lives. While insurance may cover some of the costs, injured parties often have to fight to get fairly compensated for their injuries. When benefits run out, many are forced to pay the difference out of their own pockets. Fortunately, in some cases, victims of vehicular accidents can hold the at-fault party accountable, but this requires bringing a personal injury lawsuit against them.
If you have been injured in a Brooklyn car accident, you owe it to yourself to understand what your legal rights and options are. While our no-fault insurance laws are designed to offer immediate benefits for those who are injured and need help fast, in many cases, getting those benefits can be a struggle. The insurance industry often works at odds with the very policyholders they are tasked to protect. As for-profit entities, they frequently actively work to mitigate their financial exposure after an accident, leaving the victim to fight for fair benefits when they should be focused on healing.
Unfortunately, getting fairly compensated for vehicular accident injuries has become challenging, with the insurance company looking to limit benefits whenever possible. Consequently, without the assistance of a Brooklyn car accident lawyer in your corner holding the insurance company accountable, you may be at risk of accepting less than you are entitled to. This is when having our skilled team of attorneys at Kucher Law on your side can be a tremendous benefit. Call us today at (929) 563-6780 to schedule a consultation.
While the insurance company would prefer that you take their settlement without asking questions, we ask the questions and do the work necessary to ensure that your settlement is sufficient to cover your needs. If it isn’t, we negotiate vigorously on your behalf. If that still doesn’t result in a fair settlement, we have no problem taking large insurance companies to court to ensure that our clients get the compensation they need to heal and move forward.
At Kucher Law, we have a strong team of legal advocates who will:
When you have suffered an injury because of a Brooklyn car accident, the insurance company realizes that you may be desperate to get any settlement to quell the financial leak. We are here to ensure that you are protected and offer peace of mind during these overwhelming times. A claim or lawsuit may take a long time to unfold to ensure that you get compensated for all you are entitled to. With the help of Brooklyn personal injury lawyer Samantha Kucher and her team of lawyers at Kucher Law, you can focus on your physical recovery while we focus on your financial recovery. To schedule a consultation, call us today at (929) 563-6780.
Of all the boroughs in New York City, Brooklyn sees the largest share of motor vehicle accidents. In 2020, most of these accidents were caused by:
While these are the most common causes of accidents in New York City, they are not the only factors.
It is important for car accident victims to understand their legal rights and what they may be entitled to in compensation. Before you agree to any insurance settlements that may limit your ability to hold the insurance company responsible for the entirety of those benefits, it is crucial to get the guidance of an experienced Brooklyn car accident lawyer. At Kucher Law, we can help ensure that your financial recovery is the one you deserve.
In New York, we have no-fault insurance laws which were designed to make it easy for accident victims to get needed benefits for their injuries and damages without having to take the time and effort to prove fault and get compensated from the at-fault party. This was often a lengthy and involved process. With no-fault insurance, you are responsible for your injury benefits, with every registered car owner required to have a minimum coverage of:
In New York, you are eligible to receive these benefits regardless of who is at fault for the accident when:
While, in theory, no-fault laws should make claims easier to navigate, there are ways that no-fault has created problems for car accident victims who need benefits. While some car accident injury victims get the benefits they need after an accident, $25,000 doesn’t go very far. This leaves individuals to go to their medical insurance or pay out of pocket for their costs and other damages that exceed their policy limits. It also becomes problematic when the insurance company questions the extent of those injuries and seeks to downgrade or deny an injury claim.
At Kucher Law Group, you have a team of attorneys who are ready to help you seek compensation for your injuries. Our team of lawyers may be able to help you understand and receive the benefits you deserve after being injured because of someone else’s fault. To schedule a consultation, contact us today at (929) 563-6780.
In addition, our laws have made it more challenging to hold at-fault drivers accountable for the harm they have caused. You may only collect compensation from an at-fault party if your injuries meet the state’s criteria of “severe injuries.” These include:
While some of these conditions are easily determined, some can lead to lengthy disputes. And some injuries, while not specifically addressed in this statute, may be considered severe depending on the effect it has on the injured party.
It can be difficult to determine and prove that injuries that were sustained in a vehicle accident meet the severe injury threshold, and the at-fault party’s insurance company will often try to prove otherwise. This is when it is critical to have the assistance of a Brooklyn car accident attorney representing your interests. At Kucher Law, our Brooklyn car accident attorneys diligently represent our clients to ensure that they get compensated by all possible parties after a serious injury.
Insurance benefits and compensation from a vehicular accident lawsuit can compensate you for your:
A car accident case can be complicated and tough. Victims of car accidents are often left to navigate the complex aftermath of mounting medical costs, insurance claims, and fighting to get paid fairly for their damages. What an injury victim should be doing, instead, is concentrating on their healing and recovery. That is where we come in.
At Kucher Law, you have a team of Brooklyn personal injury attorneys on your side dedicated to your physical and financial recovery. While you are healing, we are diligently fighting on your behalf to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve for your damages. That hard work and diligence pay off time and again for our clients. Because we only work on contingency, you never pay until we recover compensation on your behalf. This is a no-lose situation for our clients.
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While we all know the dangers of driving drunk in New York, the statistics paint a distinctly grim picture.
When someone chooses to drive their car while intoxicated in Brooklyn, it is not only reckless, it is against the law. An accident can occur because of this recklessness. The intoxicated driver can be subject to serious legal consequences as well as civil action from anyone who is injured because of their reckless, careless, and negligent conduct.
If you have been injured in a drunk driving accident caused by an intoxicated car driver in Brooklyn, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries. At Kucher Law, we can help. Brooklyn driving accident lawyer Samantha Kucher and our skilled team of experienced New York car accident lawyers are here to ensure that victims get the justice they deserve after accidents caused by drunk drivers in New York.
To schedule a free consultation for any injuries sustained in an accident involving drunk driving, call our law firm now at (929) 563-6780. We may be able to help with your case. Whether you are looking for a New York car accident lawyer, a Brooklyn personal injury attorney, or a Manhattan personal injury attorney, we are here to provide the legal advice you may need.
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Closer to home, Brooklyn sees a substantial share of injuries and fatalities resulting from accidents caused by driving drunk, with the CDC reporting 3,752 alcohol-involved deaths from 2003 to 2012 in New York state alone. As for New York City, the NYPD reported that in 2018, there were 2,683 accidents involving alcohol throughout the city. Consequently, even though drunk driving is purportedly down in the area, accidents still significantly impacted thousands of victims and their families.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in a car accident caused by a drunk car driver in Brooklyn, you should get the guidance and representation of a New York drunk driving accident attorney in order to hold the driver accountable for your injuries.
At Kucher Law, Brooklyn car accident lawyer Samantha Kucher and our team of New York DUI accident attorneys have dedicated our careers to the rights of accident victims. To schedule a free consultation regarding accidents caused by drunk drivers in Brooklyn, call our firm today at (929) 563-6780.
Drunk driving accidents can have serious consequences for victims:
If a drunk driver caused you or a loved one to suffer from injuries after an accident, you deserve justice. Brooklyn drunk driving accident attorney Samantha Kucher and the experienced New York City DUI injury attorneys at Kucher Law are ready to provide you with legal representation. Victims of car accidents caused by drunk drivers in Brooklyn don’t have to fight alone to receive proper compensation from their insurance company or the liable party.
To schedule a free consultation regarding your DUI injury case or accident in New York City, contact us at Kucher Law Group at (929) 563-6780.
Having an experienced drunk driving accident attorney on your side after sustaining serious injuries in Brooklyn is critical to ensure that you are fairly compensated for your damages. At Kucher Law Brooklyn, we have the experience, expertise, and knowledge to hold the at-fault party liable for your damages. We build a strong case by:
The last thing injured victims from accidents want to do is to fight with insurance companies, at-fault parties, and the legal system for fair compensation. At Kucher Law, Brooklyn DUI injury attorney Samantha Kucher and our team of skilled Brooklyn drunk driving accident lawyers are in your corner, diligently fighting for the proper compensation you are entitled to.
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If you have suffered injuries in an accident with a drunk driver in NYC, you may be entitled to compensation from that driver. At Kucher Law Brooklyn, our team of skilled drunk driving accident lawyers can hold the driver accountable for:
Our talented team of drunk driving accident attorneys consults with skilled professionals to determine all possible damages, so accident victims are fairly compensated for everything they are entitled to under the law after accidents. To speak with a car accident attorney, call our firm today.
Although insurance is the first resource we seek compensation from, the first settlement offer insurance companies make is usually grossly inadequate to cover all the damages that an injured party will suffer. Without significant negotiation, you will probably not get nearly what you are entitled to for your damages through the first insurance settlement offer. At Kucher Law, we have seen it many times before.
Injuries from accidents caused by driving while intoxicated should be compensated. Attorney Samantha Kucher and our team of experienced drunk driving accident lawyers will hold the insurance company accountable for the compensation you deserve. If it is impossible through negotiation, we will litigate before a court of law in NYC to ensure that victims get compensation for the damages they suffered from accidents caused by drunk drivers. Before you settle your case with an insurance company, contact us at Kucher Law to understand exactly what you are entitled to so you don’t sell yourself short and you get proper legal representation.
To schedule a free consultation regarding your DUI injury compensation case against an insurance company, call our law firm today at (929) 563-6780.
Driving drunk is reckless and endangers everyone else sharing the road. It is also against the law. In NYC, we have extensive and complex DUI criminal laws, with charges ranging from infractions to felonies, resulting in penalties that result in license suspension, significant fines, and, often, jail time. If the drunk car driver caused serious injuries or a fatality, the criminal charge will be even more severe.
If you have been involved in an accident caused by a drunk driver in Brooklyn, it may result in criminal charges against the drunk driver. But a criminal charge does little for a victim who is suffering injuries from the accident. If you have been injured by a drunk driver, you deserve to hold them accountable.
Personal injury law in Brooklyn revolves around negligence. When there are injuries involved in accidents, the injured party has the burden of proving that the other person acted negligently. This is often complicated. But under the legal concept of negligence per se, if an unlawful action results in the injury of another individual, the at-fault party is presumed negligent under the law. It then becomes their burden to prove they were not drunk or in violation of the law at the time of the accident. While a criminal charge lodged against the other driver may not help you directly, it can help your civil case.
In order to establish negligence per se, it must be proven that:
When you have sustained serious injuries because of another’s violation of the law in Brooklyn, establishing negligence per se can be a critical component of your personal injury damages claim. Hiring a skilled drunk driving injury lawyer will significantly increase your chances of receiving proper compensation for the injuries you have suffered due to the drunk driving car accident.
At Kucher Law, Brooklyn DUI accident lawyer Samantha Kucher and our team of experienced drunk driving injury attorneys fight for the rights of victims of DUI accidents. To schedule a free consultation with drunk driving injury lawyer Samantha Kucher, contact Kucher Law at (929) 563-6780.
The term “legally intoxicated” refers to someone who operates a vehicle with too much alcohol in their system. The term may be contradictory because of the fact that it is illegal to drive while legally intoxicated. Every state in the USA has its own legal limits for drivers. A legally intoxicated driver may be held liable if they get involved in a car accident or hit another person while they are driving.
Brooklyn drivers are considered legally intoxicated at the following blood alcohol concentration levels (BAC):
A driver in Brooklyn who is younger than 21 years old and has a BAC of 0.02 or more can face DWAI charges, even if there are no signs of impairment. This rule is because of Brooklyn’s “zero tolerance” law for underage drinking.
Driving and drinking are never compatible. Alcohol can affect the body in a lot of different ways even just after minutes of consuming it. It is not safe to have even just a glass of a drink and then drive afterward. A driver can become more intoxicated and impaired as they consume more alcohol.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) states that alcohol can affect drivers in the following ways:
The NHTSA points out that alcohol can have noticeable effects on your mind, body, and brain even at levels as low as 0.02. This BAC level will be reached by most people after one drink. If you or a loved one has been hit by a drunk driver in Brooklyn, it is important to take note of the driver’s behaviors or what they are saying. It can be very helpful if there are records that the driver was drunk when it accident happened and it can help the victim when it comes to holding the driver responsible for their actions.
Kucher Law Group’s experienced Brooklyn drunk driving attorneys may be able to help you. Our lawyers are dedicated to helping our clients receive the compensation they deserve for their personal injury cases. We may be able to help you with your injury case too. To schedule a free consultation with our skilled personal injury lawyers in Brooklyn, call our law firm today.
While most liability for accidents caused by drunk driving usually falls to the reckless driver, others can be similarly held liable. In Brooklyn, establishments responsible for serving alcohol can face similar consequences when one of their patrons causes an accident.
In Brooklyn, we have what is called the “dram shop law” that can hold a bar or restaurant liable in specific cases. If a bar or restaurant sells or gives alcohol to:
That establishment may be held liable if the person they served causes an accident resulting in the injury or death of another person. As an injured party, this enables you to recover the maximum compensation possible for your damages.
In Brooklyn, NY, we have a program called STOP-DWI, standing for Special Traffic Options Program for Driving While Intoxicated. This system was designed to help convince establishments to stop over-serving their patrons and allowing them to drive while intoxicated.
If an establishment in Brooklyn has continued to serve someone who was visibly intoxicated and allowed them to get behind the wheel of a car, the experienced drunk driving lawyers at Kucher Law can use many resources, including eyewitness testimony and video surveillance to hold the establishment accountable.
Despite our best efforts and legal consequences, drunk driving remains one of the most common causes of car accidents in Brooklyn. If you have been injured in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, you shouldn’t face this terrible time alone. Get the skilled advice of an experienced Brooklyn drunk driving lawyer in order to understand your legal rights and options.
At Kucher Law, we have recovered more than $25 million from personal injury cases. Brooklyn personal injury lawyer Samantha Kucher and our team of skilled Brooklyn drunk driving injury lawyers have dedicated our careers to fighting for the rights of accident victims in Brooklyn.
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Brooklyn and New York City see hundreds of thousands of car accidents each year. Rear-end car accidents are some of the most common types of vehicular collisions. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that rear-end accidents are responsible for approximately 29% of all U.S. car crashes.
Kucher Law Group has been representing New York City’s car accident victims for years. New York City personal injury attorney Samantha Kucher and our experienced team of Brooklyn rear-end car accident attorneys do all they can to make sure victims get justice and fair compensation.
If you have been hurt in a rear-end accident, call us at (929) 563-6780 to speak with a skilled Brooklyn rear-end car collision lawyer about your auto accident case.
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People commonly assume that the driver in the rear vehicle is to blame for a rear-end car accident. This is because rear-ended collisions are often prevented by increasing the distance between the two vehicles (something usually under the control of the rear driver). Each collision is unique and occurs under different circumstances.
However, here are a few common reasons why rear-end collisions occur:
Kucher Law Group’s Brooklyn personal injury lawyer Samantha Kucher and our team of skilled New York City rear-end collision attorneys are here to help you seek the compensation you deserve. Our team in Brooklyn understands how challenging it can be to navigate an injury claim while trying to recuperate from your injuries. You are not alone.
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Minor rear-end collisions are often called “fender benders” and can cause minimal or no damage to cars or other vehicles. However, a rear-end collision can also cause serious injuries to passengers regardless of the severity of the vehicle damage or the accident itself.
Common injuries from rear-end car accidents include:
The Brooklyn accident attorneys at Kucher Law Group may be able to help you seek compensation if you have been injured in a rear-end car accident. Our attorneys are well-versed in navigating car accidents and they may be able to help you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Every motorist is expected to practice basic care and respect for other drivers. This includes maintaining a safe distance from your car and others in front so that you can stop safely if needed. You may be eligible to share the liability of another motorist in certain accident situations, as New York’s comparative negligence rules allow.
These situations could include:
A rear-end collision accident can be complicated. A New York lawyer can help you understand your rights and determine who is liable for the accident.
Kucher Law Group’s injury attorneys are experienced in navigating injury claims for victims of accidents involving car rear-end collisions in New York. We may be able to help.
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Rear-end collisions are one of the most common types of motor vehicle accidents. According to NTHSA, this type of accident accounts for nearly one-third (26.9%) of all traffic accidents in the country.
Rear-end collisions can cause serious injuries and in some cases, they can prove to be fatal. There were at least 2,346 rear-end fatalities in the United States in 2019. This accounted for 7% of all motor vehicle fatalities that year.
Many rear-end collisions in New York City are caused by distracted driving, tailgating, or following too closely. According to the NYPD in August 2021, there were 9,565 car accidents in New York City. At least 785 of these accidents were caused by following too closely. Distracted driving was another factor in 2,461 accidents.
If you were injured in a rear-end car accident in Brookly, it is important to seek the help of an experienced attorney who may be able to help you recover the compensation you deserve. The Brooklyn injury lawyers at Kucher Law Group know how to navigate the complicated terrain of injury claims and personal injury cases. Get in touch with us today to speak with an experienced Brooklyn lawyer for car accidents about a personal injury case or car accident case in Brooklyn.
A driver can take part in an accident involving more than one vehicle in a rear-end collision. These types of accidents are often called “chain links.” This type of accident happens when the second vehicle behind strikes the car ahead. The chain reaction then occurs where other vehicles follow the first one and rear-end other vehicles. Generally speaking, reasonable care means each vehicle must keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front. If the vehicle ahead stops, then the trailing vehicle should be able to stop quickly and avoid striking the rear of the vehicle in front of it. Simply stated, if a vehicle rear-ends another in front of it, another vehicle following too closely or failing to pay attention may also end up rear-ending it in the same manner resulting in an accident.
Safe driving distances are generally defined as at least one car per 10 miles traveled. If you’re driving at 60 MPH on the highway, make sure you leave six cars between your car and its rear. Although this safe distance cannot be set in stone, engineers and accident reconstruction specialists often refer to it when presenting evidence in jury trials. This distance considers human factors such as normal reaction times. It may also include an analysis or discussion of the relation between brain recognition and how long it takes the body to react. Even if the distance is safe, it is not enough to avoid an accident with an attentive driver. One second of distracted driving can cause a complete change in the outcome.
Kucher Law Group in Brooklyn has a team of attorneys for personal injury claims who may be able to help you receive the maximum amount of compensation you deserve after an accident. Speaking to our skilled attorneys in Brooklyn who are experienced in navigating personal injury claims after accidents may help ensure that you understand your rights and that you can seek favorable compensation after your accident.
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New York City adheres to the strict comparative negligence rule. This is an important principle to keep in mind when filing a case for rear-end accident cases. Comparative negligence is a legal term that allows both sides to be partially responsible for a particular issue in civil litigation. A motorist in Brooklyn who rear-ends another car may be found responsible for it. However, under the comparative negligence rules, the driver driving the other car can also be held liable. This is because they may have done something to contribute to the accident. A Brooklyn personal injury attorney can help determine whether partial or full liability if you are rear-ended.
New York is also considered a no-fault state when it comes to auto insurance. This means that all drivers who have a New York vehicle must be covered by no-fault insurance. No-fault insurance covers anyone who is injured in an accident involving a motor vehicle up to $50,000, regardless of fault. This policy doesn’t cover damages to your car, only personal injury.
New York’s No-Fault Insurance policy may limit your rights to file a personal injury case. To be eligible, you must prove that your injuries are severe enough to justify a lawsuit. You may be able to file a personal injury case outside the policy’s no-fault if your injuries include broken bones, disfigurement, and severe limitation of an organ or body function. A Brooklyn lawyer can help you understand the no-fault law and determine if you have the right to file a personal injury claim.
At Kucher Law Group, Brooklyn car accident attorney Samantha Kucher and our team of experienced rear-end car accident lawyers are experienced in navigating personal injury claims for accidents involving rear-end collisions. We may be able to help. Schedule a consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers.
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Although a rear-end collision can initially look like a simple accident, these types of collisions can be quickly complicated by a number of other factors. An experienced Brooklyn rear-end collision lawyer should be aware of New York State’s possibility for a motion to petition the court to grant summary judgment to resolve the question of liability. By bringing a summary judgment and winning it, the victim wins half the battle without having to worry about the jury finding no fault with the driver who caused the accident. Winning a summary judgment leaves the accident victim in a more favorable situation to negotiate favorable compensation. An insurance company is exposed to greater risk when the only thing left is to negotiate the amount of compensation a victim may receive for their injuries. Therefore, a Brooklyn insurance company will be more likely to resolve your case fairly.
However, simply because the victim’s vehicle was hit from behind doesn’t mean that their summary judgment will be granted on liability or fault. Sometimes, the defendant in the suit will dispute or deny the Plaintiff’s claim that their vehicle was hit from behind. Even if the victim’s vehicle sustains damage, this could happen. These denials are often made in an attempt to stop the victim’s lawyer from asking for a declaration that the defendant is responsible. The defendant may claim the collision from behind was caused by a sudden lane shift of the front vehicle. This means that the front vehicle quickly changed lanes and swerved in his direction, before stopping abruptly. Although accidents can sometimes occur in this way, rear-end cases are rare where this claim is raised. This is because defendants can sometimes alter their testimony or outright fabricate these claims in an organized and premeditated effort to prepare for the defense of a motion for summary judgment. In New York State case law, defendants have a tendency to say that victims crossed over lanes rather than that they stopped in the right spot. This is because the defense of the driver’s negligence is ineffective.
The plaintiff should deal with the defense team’s claims seriously, regardless of whether or not the claim is true. To question the defendant and investigate the veracity of these claims, it is important for the victim to have a competent rear-end accident lawyer. A Brooklyn accident lawyer has many options to question the driver who caused the accident. This is a set of well-written and sequenced questions that are related in some way to distance, time and speed. This is a skill that is learned from years of practicing law and something only an experienced lawyer may be able to achieve.
Kucher Law Group has a team of experienced New York attorneys who may be able to fight for your rights to receive favorable compensation. Having a skilled Brooklyn accident lawyer may be able to help the victim maximize the settlement they deserve. Contact us today to speak with our Brooklyn injury attorneys.
It is crucial to act quickly after an accident to obtain legal assistance. New York’s statute of limitations — which is the deadline to file personal injury claims — means that you must move fast. New York law generally gives you three years to file a suit from the day of your accident. The courts will likely deny your case if you miss the deadline.
Insurance companies will almost always try to get settlements for rear-end accidents fast to prevent the victim from receiving the full amount they are entitled to. It is unlikely that the victims receive the maximum compensation. It is a good idea to offer the victim a smaller settlement amount than what the victim deserves so that the insurance company can save money. You should never settle a claim for car accidents without consulting an attorney.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a rear-end collision, Kucher Law Group’s team of New York injury attorneys can help. Call us at (929) 563-6780 to schedule your free consultation with one of our experienced New York attorneys.
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