Rochester, NY Dangerous Roadway Accident Lawyer

While the Rochester-region is very beautiful, there are many roads that offer harrowing and dangerous travel conditions. Many serious injury-causing accidents have occurred on routes 104, 96, 31, 33, 15, 531, 44, as well as our stretch of interstate highways such as: I-90, I-390, I-490 and I-590.

We will investigate your accident on any dangerous street or highway and pursue justice for you and your family, whether by negotiations with insurance companies or municipalities, or a trial if necessary. We have the knowledge, skill and creativity to prove liability and the dedication to negotiate or litigate for the compensation you deserve. We will also be honest as to what constitutes reasonable compensation for your injuries.

Brad is a dedicated accident injury attorney with knowledge and experience relative to:

  • Car, semi-truck and motorcycle accidents that leave victims with brain injuries, spinal cord injuries resulting in paralysis and other life-changing consequences
  • Drunk drivers
  • Distracted drivers (i.e. texting while driving)
  • Head-on, side-impact and rear-end collisions
    Vehicle accidents caused by excessive speed for road conditions, tailgating, unsafe lane changes and other driving behaviors that put other drivers and passengers at risk
  • Improper road design
  • Improper road maintenance
  • Accidents caused by dangerous road conditions
  • Wrongful death caused by a driver’s reckless or careless behavior

Put an Experienced New York Auto Accident Lawyer to Work for You.

Kammholz Law has extensive knowledge of the personal injury legal system in New York and specifically in the Rochester region. We are a hometown firm with deep knowledge, resources and passion. We have seen it all and litigated it all and have attained excellent results. We know the tactics and strategies necessary to maximize your compensation resulting from almost any type of serious auto accident, truck accident, or bus accident.

When you come to us for an initial conversation, we will help you determine if the injuries you have suffered are worth pursuing compensation for damages and losses beyond your No-Fault insurance coverage. We can apply the law and let you know whether or not you have a case that should be investigated and give you the peace of mind that we can help.

We look forward to speaking with you, helping you overcome legal challenges and relieving you of financial worry. Contact us to schedule a free consultation. We represent injured parties across Western New York.

Statute of Limitations on a Roadway Accident Claim

It is in your best interest to immediately start the investigation into whether you have a valid personal injury claim after an accident.

In addition, there are time limits called “statutes of limitations” on how long you have to file a personal injury lawsuit in New York. You must bring a formal lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires or you will be forever barred from doing so.

The statute of limitations for your claim depends on who hit you – a private vehicle or State/Municipal vehicle. The statute of limitations can be as short as one (1) year from the date of the accident or as long as three (3) years from the date of accident. You may also be required to file a “Notice of Claim” with the municipality within ninety (90) days of the incident.

Contact Kammholz Law to determine whether you have a claim and the applicable statute of limitations. We are here to help!

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We’re here to help! To schedule a free consultation, please call us at 585.678.4500 or complete the secure form below.

Paying For Your Personal Injury Case

We Get Paid Only When You Get Paid

There’s no cost to find out whether you have a case. There is also no upfront costs to pursue a case, should you have one. If there is a successful outcome, we receive our costs and a percentage of what you receive called a contingency fee. In New York, the contingency fee for dangerous roadway accidents is one-third (33.3%) of the total damages paid. Percentage is calculated on the net amount after expenses and disbursements are deducted.

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