Head-On Collisions

Nassau County Attorneys Representing You In Claims Involving Head-On Collisions

Head-on collisions make up about 2 percent of all traffic accidents in the United States. However, they make up about 10 percent of all fatalities. Head-on collision injuries are typically severe because two automobiles traveling toward each other exert the combined force of both vehicles.

Remember that if you have been hurt in a car accident in New York City, Nassau County or Suffolk County, the law is on your side. The lawyers at Edelman, Krasin & Jaye, PLLC, in Nassau County are just a phone call away. We are committed to helping victims of auto accidents obtain full and fair compensation for their injuries. Since 1952, our law firm has been obtaining substantial settlements and verdicts for New Yorkers like you, who suffered harm through no fault of their own.

Common Injuries In Head-On Crashes

Anyone who is involved in a head-on collision is at risk for a variety of injuries, including broken bones, paralysis, spinal cord damage and brain trauma.

Following the accident, long-term adverse effects may include the need for rehabilitation or extended care, which can lead to substantial and growing medical costs. Some victims are rendered paraplegics or quadriplegics. Others experience disfigurement, pain and suffering, and long-term or permanent disabilities.

Call For Your Free Consultation Today

If you or someone you care about has been in a car accident, such as a head-on collision, and suffered an injury, you need to protect your right to full compensation under the law. The New York City and Long Island personal injury attorneys at Edelman, Krasin & Jaye, PLLC, can help you obtain fair and just payment for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, and loss of income.

Let us put our expertise and resources to work for you and your family. Contact us today for a free consultation with one of our experienced motor vehicle accident attorneys. Call our Westbury, New York office at 866-576-0484, send us an email, or go online to schedule a time that works for you.