Holding Reckless Drivers Accountable For Your Injuries
Even the most experienced drivers can suffer catastrophic injuries that a reckless or negligent driver causes in a car accident. These injuries can haunt a victim for a lifetime, and it is essential for them to earn a settlement that reflects those consequences. A skilled attorney is the first step in securing that compensation.
At the Rochester office of The Marasco Law Firm, you can find New York personal injury attorney Paul Marasco. Attorney Marasco has over 20 years of experience representing clients in their personal injury claims, including the challenging matters of recovering from a motor vehicle accident.
The Guidance You Deserve
There are many causes of car accidents. A driver can be fatigued, drunk, eating or drinking, or distracted by their phones, but none of that excuses them from being responsible for the consequences of their actions. Whether your accident with a car, truck, motorcycle or commercial vehicle, the injuries can all be the same. Mr. Marasco can help you fight for the full compensation you need for injuries such as:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Internal organ damage
- Muscle damage
- Broken bones
As an experienced attorney, Mr. Marasco knows that the costs of your accident extend beyond the first medical bills you receive. He can help you maximize the compensation you receive so that it covers all of the expenses of your accident, including current future medical costs (both in and out of network), rehabilitation therapy, reconstructive or cosmetic surgeries, lost income, emotional therapy, and property damage.
Start Building Your Claim Today
Whether you were driving in your car, walking on the sidewalk, or on your bike at the time of your accident, there is no guarantee that you will receive fair compensation without an attorney. If you are ready to schedule your free initial consultation at Mr. Marasco’s Rochester office, call 585-789-2690 or email him here. Now is the best time to speak to a lawyer, so call today.