How An Attorney Can Help Your Personal Injury Claim
After a serious personal injury, a person may think that they are guaranteed to receive the money they deserve. People may also assume that they have all the time in the world to pursue the compensation they need. If you have suffered a serious personal injury, this kind of thinking can jeopardize your compensation for your injuries.
At Godosky & Gentile, P.C., our lawyers have decades of combined legal experience helping clients secure the settlement they deserve after their personal injuries. We know laws in New York that involve these claims and we know how to work with them to help you earn the best possible outcome in your claim.
Time Is Not On Your Side
One of the biggest mistakes an accident victim can make is waiting too long to file their claim. New York grants victims a maximum of three years to file a claim. While this may seem like a long time, it is not. Recovering from your injuries and adapting to your life after your accident can drastically delay depending on when you file your claim, and if you wait too long, you lose the right to file a claim at all.
This is where our team comes in. While you are focusing on your health and recovering, we can act on your behalf to take care of everything in your injury claim including:
- Filing your claim
- Going to trial
- Negotiating settlements
- Uncovering and collecting evidence
- Consulting with expert witnesses
- Collecting important documentation
- Gathering your medical information
Instead of doing all the busy work by yourself or accidentally accepting a settlement that is far less than you deserve, allow our team to maximize the compensation you receive with as little delay as possible.
See How We Can Help You
The window for you to begin pursuing the compensation you deserve is closing. Let us help you take advantage of the time you have by calling us today to schedule your initial consultation. Call us at 212-742-9700 or email us here to take the first step in earning the compensation you deserve for your injuries.