No one wakes up in the morning with the knowledge that their last day on earth has arrived. Deciding to take a short trip in your car doesn’t usually lead to a horrible accident – but sometimes it does.
On July 12th, a Honda Accord carrying two passengers was traveling along East Tremont Avenue. When attempting to turn left onto Overing Street, the driver lost control of the vehicle and crashed headlong into a Bronx brick apartment building. The drive, a 40 year old man, was pronounced dead shortly after the accident at Jacobi Hospital. His passenger, a 30 year old woman is in stable condition.
Not only was the car accident a tragedy, but those who live in the brick apartment building are now wondering if their homes will be safe for them to return to. Car accidents rarely affect the drivers alone; there are many cases in which victims aren’t even in a vehicle – cases like this one.
Motor vehicle accidents can be prevented by being extra careful on the roads and having proper vehicle maintenance, but sometimes accidents happen and we cannot plan or prepare for the unexpected. If you or someone you love has been involved in a serious car accident, whether they are at fault or not, you need to seek the legal counsel of an experienced accident law firm. After an accident that results in an injury, getting legal help is an important step that you can take on the road to recovery.
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The Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel, LLC is a car accident law firm in Brooklyn and Manhattan that handles serious vehicle accidents and catastrophic injury cases. Their team of lawyers have 20+ years of experienced representing clients in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Westchester, Nassau, and Suffolk. Mr. Knispel has litigated multi-million dollar catastrophic injury cases in the areas of automobile liability and his verdicts have been published numerous times in the New York Jury Verdict Reporter. There is never a fee unless they win your case so call them today for a free assessment of your case.