Get The Compensation You Deserve For Pedestrian Accident Injuries
In New York, all pedestrians and bicyclists are protected by the No-Fault insurance policy of the driver who struck them. If you were struck by an unidentified driver who left the scene, you can make a claim on your own No-Fault and uninsured motorist (UIM) policy. If you do not have your own auto insurance coverage, you may be able to seek No-Fault benefits and uninsured motorist protection coverage through the Motor Vehicle Accident Indemnification Corporation (MVAIC).
There may be other options to recover compensation from additional insurance policies you hold, such as your health insurance. It is important to speak with an experienced and resourceful personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
At Kammholz Rossi PLLC – Personal Injury Lawyers, we help our clients understand their full legal options and the rights they are entitled to as victims of pedestrian knockdowns or vehicle collisions while walking, running or biking.
We understand that many pedestrians are victims of hit-and-run accidents. No-Fault insurance coverage and MVAIC may be options in your case, but securing the maximum compensation you need for best possible recovery should be pursued appropriately and effectively with our top team of attorneys who will fight for you after a pedestrian accident.
Put 35 Years Of Combined Legal Experience On Your Side
Your best possible recovery is what matters most. To achieve this, we offer personalized legal counsel and representation throughout all phases of the legal process in your unique case. We will hold negligent drivers accountable, and we will not let any insurance provider diminish the value of your case.
Our team will collaborate with a network of expert witnesses, working to find the best medical, economic and accident experts necessary to maximize the compensation to which you are entitled. We will independently investigate your accident, guide you in tracking your treatment, and defend a strong case for your full and fair compensation.