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What to do after an Injury caused by Someone Else

What to do after an Injury caused by Someone Else

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

If you have been injured due to the actions of another person, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, or pain and suffering. When you sustain a serious injury due to the negligence of another, you may feel overwhelmed and scared, and unsure how to proceed. A Newburgh injury lawyer can answer your questions about personal injury and help you get back on track.

If you have been injured by the actions of someone else, please contact experienced personal injury lawyer Charles N. Rock, P.L.L.C. today, or call 888-603-3541 to schedule a free initial consultation in the Newburgh or Bronx areas of New York.

Protect Your Rights after an Accident

Personal Injury includes any injury to a person’s mind, body, or emotions caused by the actions of another person or a company. Personal injury cases can arise from nearly any kind of accident, including:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Construction accidents
  • Dangerous premises
  • Defective products
  • Slip and Fall Injuries
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Dog Bites

Even if you sustain an injury from which you will fully recover physically, you may be faced with serious debt due to medical bills or lost wages, or lasting emotional distress. Other injuries can be life-altering and can affect both the injured party and his or her family in devastating ways. Because of the complexity of these cases and the huge variety of causes, there is not a single approach that will ensure you get the compensation you are entitled to. The most important things you can do following any accident are to seek proper medical attention, and contact our experienced injury lawyer as soon as possible.

If you have been injured in an accident of any kind, please speak with our dedicated Newburgh injury lawyer, Charles N. Rock, today.
Category: Personal Injury
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