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Rockland County Personal Injury Lawyer

Rockland County is New York’s southernmost county that is west of the Hudson River. The county’s population has increased to over 325,000. Rockland County is a popular tourist destination for New Yorkers seeking long weekends involving natural beauty. The county is home to charming small towns, including Nyack, Pearl River, Haverstraw, Spring Valley, and Piermont. 

The Hudson River borders Rockland County and provides recreational activities as well as scenic views. Locals and visitors alike enjoy dining riverfront restaurants and spending time bird-watching, ice skating, or walking through a scenic park. History enthusiasts enjoy visiting the many historical sites Rockland County has to offer, including a farmhouse built before the Revolutionary War. 

Rockland County Personal Injury Lawyers

Every year, personal injury injuries happen to Rockland County residents. Car accidents, boat accidents, and slip and fall accidents are all too common. If you’ve become injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to damages. We understand how devastating a serious personal injury can be for you and your loved ones. You can count on Michael LoGiudice, LLP to represent your best interests. We advocate effectively to help our clients secure the compensation they deserve. 

Common Types of Personal Injury Accidents in Rockland County

Accidents often seem to come out of nowhere. One second, a person can be driving along, and the next second, he is in a car accident that causes severe lifelong injuries. Rockland County residents and visitors love the outdoors, whether hiking, boating, ATVing, or fishing. Unfortunately, outdoor accidents do happen and they can cause serious injuries. The following personal injury accidents are common in Rockland County and throughout New York:

Severe Personal Injuries in Rockland County

Victims of serious accidents often struggle with the physical, emotional, and financial challenges of their injuries for months, and even years. Some severe personal injury accidents are not preventable. In other cases, severe personal injury accidents are caused by another person’s carelessness or by human error. 

Keep in mind that many injuries may not seem severe right after the accident. That’s why we always recommend seeking a thorough medical examination after your personal injury accident. In many cases, you won’t begin to feel the full effect of your injuries until much later. For example, after a severe car accident, you may not feel hurt. After a few days or a week, however, you may begin to feel significant pain in your back and neck from soft tissue damage. Serious personal injury accidents can cause the following severe injuries:

  • Injuries that result in a loss of life
  • Dismemberment
  • Bone fractures and injuries
  • Miscarriage
  • Amputations
  • Impairment or loss of a bodily organ
  • Limitation to the normal functioning of an organ, body part, or system

Rockland County Catastrophic Injury Lawyer

Catastrophic personal injuries involve those injuries that permanently and significantly change the victim’s life. In many cases, those who suffer severe personal injuries need to take extended time off of work to recover. They often need to undergo painful surgeries and rehabilitation. 

In some cases, victims of severe personal injuries require long-term, in-home nursing care, or they need to live in an assisted living facility. Indeed, catastrophic injuries impact the victim’s ability to move, mental capacities, ability to live a healthy life, and often include permanent alteration of physical appearance. There are many different types of catastrophic injuries, such as the following:

  • Injuries to the head, including a fractured skull
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Permanent nerve damage
  • Spinal cord fractures
  • Amputations
  • Permanent hearing impairment
  • Partial or total loss of sight
  • Full or partial paralysis
  • Neurological damage
  • Severe burns

Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Wrongful death happens when a serious personal injury accident results in a victim’s death.  Accidents resulting in wrongful death can happen in a variety of different circumstances. Car accidents, medical errors, defective products, and workplace accidents can all result in a victim’s untimely death. 

Under New York law, representatives of the deceased person’s estate can bring a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible person or organization. The victim’s family will need to prove that the defendant’s negligence caused their loved one’s death. Family members of the deceased individual can recover the costs of funeral expenses, lost wages, and loss of consortium for the lost society and companionship of the deceased spouse or parent. 

Seeking Compensation in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

When Rockland County residents suffer serious personal injuries, their lives become turned upside down. At Michael LoGiudice, LLP, we understand that thinking about filing a lawsuit can be overwhelming and exhausting, especially while recovering from a serious personal injury. Speaking to an experienced personal injury lawyer is worth it, however. Victims of personal injuries must file their lawsuit before the statute of limitations runs out. Our legal team can help you recover the following types of compensation:

  • Lost past and future wages
  • All of your medical bills, including hospital bills, and rehabilitation costs
  • Compensation for pain suffering, and emotional distress
  • Compensation for future mental anguish
  • Compensation for disfigurement, scarring, or permanent impairment or disability
  • Loss of household services
  • Compensation for property damage
  • Any other out-of-pocket expenses caused by the accident

Contact Our Rockland County Personal Injury Law Firm

If you or your loved one has suffered a serious personal injury, speaking to an experienced lawyer is essential. Our aggressive lawyers advocate strongly for our seriously injured patients. Contact Michael LoGiudice, LLP today and we can help you get the process started.

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