Queens Car Accident Frequently Asked Questions

Car accidents are complicated and overwhelming matters that can’t be summarized in a few FAQs. However, you may be able to find brief answers to the most common Queens car accident frequently asked questions here.

How Much Will this Cost Me?

Most injury cases are based on a contingent fee agreement which means we don’t get paid unless you get a settlement agreement. You likely have enough stress dealing with injuries and medical bills without piling on additional expenses.

Can I Get Help with My Medical Expenses?

You should submit your medical bills to your insurance provider. However, if you receive a settlement in your case, an attorney with experience in car accidents can help you deal with creditors and getting those bills included in your compensation.

What Is No-Fault Car Insurance?

New York is considered a “no-fault” state which means insurance companies are responsible for compensating drivers for the cost of minor injuries, regardless of who is at fault for the car accident. Basically, if you have been injured in car accident, your car insurance should cover minor injuries, even if you aren’t sure who caused the accident.

What Should I do after a Car Accident?

After a car accident, you should usually notify the authorities and get a police report. It is important to document the details of the car accident as much as possible. The health and safety of anyone involved, however, should be the priority so make sure you seek medical attention for any injuries or concerns. Furthermore, you will need legal representation immediately and should contact Greenstein and Milbauer to help you proceed.

How do I Know if I Need a Lawyer?

If you have been in a car accident and suffer from injuries or damage to your vehicle, you likely need a lawyer to help you navigate the process. We offer a free initial consultation so even if you aren’t sure if you need an attorney, it’s worth checking.

What if I’m Not Sure the Other Driver is Entirely Responsible?

It’s nearly impossible for the average person to determine on their own whether they or someone else is entirely responsible for a car accident. Car accidents are complex cases that require the skill and experience of New York City car accident lawyers. Even if you think you might be at least partially responsible for the accident, we can help.

How Long Until I Receive a Settlement?

If your accident occurred as a result of someone else’s negligence or if another entity is responsible for your injuries, you could be entitled to compensation for your injuries and car repair. However, car accident cases can be complicated requiring research and negotiations, and the road to settlement varies. While insurance companies and other professionals may entice you with a speedy settlement, don’t become victimized again. It isn’t usually worth accepting less than you deserve for the sake of a quick payment.

If you or a loved one has been in a car accident in Queens and you have other questions, we can help. Contact Greenstein and Milbauer or call us at 1-800-VICTIM2 (1-800-842-8462) immediately.