New York’s Long Island is the most populated island in the United States and one of the most crowded islands in the world. In addition to those who call the island home, thousands upon thousands of people travel its roads to and from the island’s two major airports, La Guardia and JFK International, each day. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that many of those who regularly find themselves on Long Island’s crowded streets have had the misfortune of being involved in a car accident. In addition to the emotional effects that result from being in a motor vehicle collision, many drivers and passengers who’ve been in accidents have found that the physical pain they suffer often lingers long after they thought it would end.
Most car accident victims in Long Island, like those all over the world, frequently suffer Injuries to the head, neck, back, and upper and lower limbs. Unfortunately, injuries to these body regions are usually those that cause the longest lasting physical pain. The most common car accident injuries that occur to those regions are TMJ in the jaw, traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the head, whiplash in the neck, and disc hernias in the back. These frequently suffered injuries can plague car accident victims with physical pain for years, which if severe enough, can keep victims out of work and from getting around to visit with their families and friends.
If you or someone you love has been in a car accident recently and physical pain is keeping you from making a living, you may be entitled to compensation for your suffering. Consider consulting an experienced personal injury attorney like David J. Raimondo if you’re suffering physically as a result of a Long Island car accident. With 30 years of practice under his belt, no other New York City attorney has been more successful at representing car accident plaintiffs in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Give him a call at 631-471-1222 or stop by his office in Lake Grove for a free consultation today. You certainly didn’t deserve to be in an accident, but you do deserve to be reimbursed for your injuries, whether they be physical, emotional, or both.