More than a decade ago, New York passed the nation’s first hands-free law prohibiting the use of cellphones, laptops, or other types of electronic two-way messaging systems to send text messages or e-mails while driving unless it is a hands-free device.
Unfortunately, the number of serious motor vehicle accidents continues to rise, and many experts attribute this to the increasing numbers of drivers who ignore the law and continue to text or talk while driving. Police have also reported accidents due to other distractions such as eating, drinking, reading, applying makeup, and interacting with passengers or pets.
The personal injury attorneys at Rosenwasser Law, PC are committed to obtaining maximum compensation for our clients who have suffered a serious motor vehicle injury. The legal team at Rosenwasser Law has almost 40 years of combined legal experience resolving personal injury claims, and we have negotiated million-dollar settlements for many of our injured clients.
As a former Orange County Court judge who served as an acting Supreme Court justice in the 9th Judicial District, the founder of our law firm, attorney Stewart A. Rosenwasser, has invaluable insight into the litigation tactics used by insurance company lawyers. Our legal strategies can withstand even the most aggressive challenges.
We represent injured clients in a wide range of personal injury cases, involving:
We have helped clients restart their lives by allowing them to focus on the future while we deal with their legal matters. Our lawyers have extensive experience helping people who live in or were traveling through New York.
If you have been seriously injured or you have lost a loved one in a fatal accident, we can help you recover a settlement, so you can be reimbursed for your medical bills and make plans for your future treatments and/or changes in lifestyle.
Contact us, so we can arrange a case evaluation for you with one of our Orange County car accident attorneys. We can evaluate your accident and your injuries and explain your legal rights and the possible outcome of your case.