NYC Traffic Fatalities on the Rise

New York City has long held a reputation as a high crime place. But recent statistics show that violent crimes, specifically murders, are on the decline. According to the Mayor’s Office, the city has seen a 26% decrease in murders from this point last year. Whether you believe these statistics or not , most New Yorkers agree that the number of deaths due to violence has definitely decreased from the mid eighties to the early nineties. There is more that can make a city dangerous than the just the murder rate. Car accidents and traffic fatalities continue to be a scary reality in Brooklyn. In the span of one week in October, six people were killed in traffic accidents in NYC- including a 64 year old man, mowed down by a hit and run driver in Brooklyn. A Brooklyn auto accident attorney can protect you and your family and fight for maximum compensation due to the other person’s negligence.

At 64 years old, the victim was a year away from retiring from his job and enjoying a time of financial stability for himself and his family. With his untimely death, so many questions remain for his surviving family- how will they pay for their mortgage? The funeral? College for their children? In situations like these, the importance of having an experienced attorney on your side to answer your questions and fight for your rights is vital. With the number of traffic fatalities on the rise, knowing your options for an auto accident attorney is important to protecting yourself in the event of an accident. What would happen if you were in an auto accident and couldn’t work or pay your bills? Wouldn’t you want a dedicated, aggressive, attorney to fight for you?

Insurance companies are in business to make money. They have representatives, adjusters and defense lawyers to limit their exposure if one of their policy holders are involved in a traffic accident. Their goal is not to pay on the policy if at all possible. They are well trained and experienced at shifting the blame of the accident away from their client and if necessary, on to the injured party. Hiring an accident attorney who knows the legal system, personal injury law and of how to make sure you receive full and fair compensation is a must have after an accident. The good news is that you do not have to pay an experienced Brooklyn accident lawyer to represent you at the beginning of a case. A contingency fee is customary, they are only paid when they collect money in your case.

Contact Brooklyn Auto Accident Attorney Jeffrey K. Kestenbaum

Unfortunately, accidents are a reality of life, especially in a high traffic area like Brooklyn. A recent unfortunate example was a hit and run in Greenpoint- this time a 32 year old cyclist struck by an SUV. At 32, the victim (who later died of head trauma at Bellevue Hospital) had his entire life ahead of him until a tragic accident ended it. For  his grieving family , no amount of money will ever fill the void left by their loss .However, if he was married and had children , full and fair compensation for his family will at least ensure that their bills are paid and that the children’s future education and support will be secure.

Jeffrey K. Kestenbaum is an experienced Brooklyn accident attorney who focuses on representing victims and their families that have been injured in an accident due to the negligence of others. An example of his abilities was a $1,740,000 settlement for a worker who fell from a truck or $850,000 in the wrongful death case of a senior citizen. Call him for a free consultation at 718-237-5586. There is never a fee for the consultation .He is only paid if he collects financial compensation for your injuries or loss of a loved one. His office is located at 26 Court Street Suite 1806 Brooklyn, New York., opposite the Brooklyn Supreme Court.

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