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Aaron C. Bock, Esq.
Daniel R. Tota, Esq.
Albert J. Durante, Esq.
Melissa A. D'Ippolito, Esq.
Christine M. Murphy, Esq.
Robert J. Hoffman, Esq. Of-Counsel
Ingrid E. O'Sullivan, Esq. Of-Counsel
Angelo G. MacDonald, Esq. Of-Counsel
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2000 Maple Hill Street, Suite 206, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

Yorktown Heights Car Accident Lawyer

Over 100 Years of Legal Advocacy

New York is a very busy state, there are many cars and other vehicles that travel the streets, Yorktown Heights is also a busy city, and there is a very high traffic flow through the city on a regular basis. More traffic means more potential for car accidents. When individuals are not careful and do not follow traffic laws and other safety laws, they can put themselves and the other drivers on the road in serious danger of injury or even death in some cases.

In 2010 there were more than 315,000 car accidents in total throughout the state of New York. Of these accidents there were over 130,000 injuries that occurred to individuals and 1,119 deaths that occurred from these accidents. There are traffic and safety laws in place for a reason, when an individual negligently or intentionally does not adhere to these laws then the results can be catastrophic. If you or your loved one has been the victim of an injury incurred in a car accident due to the negligence of another then you may be able to collect monetary compensation for your injuries.

Injured in a car accident? We can help!

In order to pursue these damages you must be able to prove two things:

  • The other party involved acted negligently
  • Their negligence directly caused your injury

In order to prove that the other party acted negligently you must be able to prove:

  • They owed you a duty of care
  • They violated this duty intentionally or through unreasonable accident

If a reasonable person would have provided you with this duty of care then you may be able to establish negligence on their part and thereby win damages to help compensate for medical costs and other financial hardships you may have incurred with your injury. A representative from Durante, Bock & Tota, PLLC will be able to help you through this process. Contact our firm today for skillful assistance.

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