How Long Will the Legal Process Take After My Brooklyn Car Accident?

By Prev Info - October 19, 2022

 Many car accident victims, upon filing a personal injury claim, ask the question: How long will my case take? The answer is that it depends on the circumstances of your accident and your injuries.  If you're thinking about filing a personal injury case, call the Brooklyn car accident attorneys

It can be difficult to provide a correct estimate for how long a case will take because there are so many variables that can come into play.  But we will always be honest with you. 

Many of cases are successfully resolved within two years. We understand that this is a long time, but it is a much shorter time frame than you will find with many other attorneys, and your particular case could resolve much faster. 

We understand your accident may have turned your life upside down, and you need a speedy resolution to your case in order to get back on track.

General Accident Claims

If you've suffered injury in a recent car accident, you may wonder if you are eligible to file a personal injury claim. In New York State, you or your family can file a claim for injuries resulting from an accident, including the following:

-Fracture of a bone or part of a bone, including a broken nose or teeth

-Significant limitation on the use of a body function or system

-Permanent significant limitation of the use of a body organ or member, when that use causes persistent or chronic pain

-Permanent loss of use of a body organ, function, member or system

-The 90/180 Day Rule: A nonpermanent impairment that prevents the victim from conducting daily activities for 90 of the 180 days after the accident

-Loss of a fetus


-Significant disfigurement;

-Dismemberment (loss of limbs)


Every vehicle in New York is required to carry a minimum amount of insurance by state law. Therefore, accident victims can receive benefits regardless of who caused the accident, or whose fault it was. However, many Brooklyn drivers are not aware that an application for No-Fault benefits must be filed within 30 days of your accident or the insurance company may not have to pay for your medical bills or lost earnings.

The money and benefits you may be entitled to after a car wreck include money for past and future lost wages, mental and physical pain and suffering, medical bills, loss of annuity or pension, loss of household help and non-economic damages.

Insurance companies may  try to deny your claim, stall on payments or attempt to pay you less money than you deserve. That’s why it’s essential to work with a law firm in Brooklyn that is experienced, has a proven track record of success and can help with your New York car accident.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a car accident, the Brooklyn lawyers can help you obtain the money and benefits you need.  



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