One of the leading causes of preventable death in the U.S. and in countries all around the world, car accidents occur every second of the day and can happen to anyone. These days, as drivers deal with more and more on-the-road distractions such as phone calls and texting, serious auto accidents continue to climb in number. When the result of an auto accident is grave injury or the loss of lives, it’s time to take a close look at the details, examining the cause and determining liability. That’s where New York automobile accident lawyer, Harley Fastman, enters the picture.
At the Law Offices of Harley Fastman, car accident cases and other personal injury lawsuits are our area of expertise. Our experienced team of legal assistants and paralegals are driven by the desire to help clients get the compensation they deserve, taking time to examine all the facts of each case in order to assemble them into a lawsuit that brings all the important details to light.
Car accidents happen for a number of reasons including driver error, vehicle failure, defective products, road damage, bad weather, and more. At the Law Offices of Harley Fastman, we gather police reports, review pertinent traffic laws, interview witnesses, and do whatever it takes to determine who is at fault and to bring that party to justice.
New York motor vehicle accident attorney, Harley Fastman, knows the ins and outs of dealing with difficult insurance companies and negligent drivers, and can navigate New York’s sometimes tricky “no-fault” automobile insurance laws to help clients receive the best settlement available to them. He takes a personal interest in you and your lawsuit, keeping in touch through each step of the process so that you always know the status of your case.
Fastman and his associates also recognize that auto accidents that cause loss of life or serious injuries – like paralysis or traumatic brain damage – have a massive impact on each individual involved, and they strive to bring each case to an end as quickly as possible, with the best interest of the victim and/or his family at the forefront of the settlement.