Auto Accident

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If you have been involved in an auto accident that was caused by the negligence of another, you can take actions to protect and enforce your rights by contacting our firm to discuss your options in filing a claim or a lawsuit to cover medical expenses, lost income, and to obtain compensation for your pain and suffering. To determine the right solution for you, you need to speak with attorneys who understand the complexities of auto accident claims, insurance coverage, and the time limitations that are applicable to those claims. The attorneys at Fitzgerald & Roller have successfully represented automobile accident victims and their families when another driver was negligent and caused injury and we also have successfully represented those injured in auto accidents due to defective or dangerous roadway designs and defective auto design or components such as seats, seatbelts, or tires. We will meet with you to assess your situation and advise you of all your options and we will work with the insurance companies to maximize the coverage available to compensate you for your injuries. If you or someone you know has been injured in a car accident please call us immediately.

Significant Results

Davis v. Sherman, substantial settlement obtained in this head on collision on behalf of injured passenger as a result of my persistence in the investigation of this unexplained accident which revealed the presence of a third driver engaged in a speed race with the other driver.

Day v. White, achieved substantial settlement, after jury selection in case involving back injuries to plaintiff in three separate auto accidents with General Motors Acceptance Corp paying the substantial settlement.

Myles v. Searight, achieved substantial settlement on behalf of passenger injured during high speed chase.

Blair v. Newstead, achieved substantial settlement in this wrongful death action on behalf of Estate of deceased operator of a snowmobile due to dangerous trail markings.

Winkfield v. Smith, achieved significant settlement on behalf of plaintiff passenger in road rage case.

Kibler v. Baylor, achieved substantial settlement on behalf of driver hit head on by texting driver.

Belling v. Craft, successful jury verdict on behalf of injured motorcyclist.

Thon v. Adams, successful jury verdict on liability and substantial settlement on behalf of intoxicated (.24 etoh) bicyclist who crossed roadway in front of motorist.

Hunt v. Giambra, substantial settlement on claim for underinsurance (SUM) benefits for lis franc fracture of foot.

John Doe v. Homeowner X, achieved substantial settlement on behalf of client injured when pickup truck collapsed upon him while he was working on replacement of the differential.

Estate of Rose Foley v. Vesco, substantial settlement on behalf of Estate of elderly woman passenger injured in head oncollision who died in hospital from injuries and complications of compartment syndromein lower extremities and internal bleeding.

Personal Injury Practice Areas

  • Auto Accident
  • Construction Site Accidents
  • Dental Malpractice
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Claims
  • Podiatric Malpractice
  • Premises Liability
  • Products Liability
  • Railroad Accidents
  • Vaccine Injury

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Personal Injury – Auto Accident

Testimonials & Case Results

  • "A worker was loading a logging truck and was not given the proper safety equipment.  He fell off the truck and sustained injury.  A high six figure settlement was negotiated for the client and this case expanded the scope of liability under the Labor Law in New York to include falls off trucks."

  • "After orthopedic knee surgery, a man called his surgeon’s private office complaining of chest pain.   The surgeon’s office failed to respond appropriately to the complaints which were of an emergency nature and the man died of pulmonary embolism the next day.  A significant settlement was negotiated on behalf of his family during the trial."

  • "After orthopedic knee surgery, a man called his surgeon’s private office complaining of chest pain.   The surgeon’s office failed to respond appropriately to the complaints which were of an emergency nature and the man died of pulmonary embolism the next day.  A significant settlement was negotiated on behalf of his family during the trial."

  • A young woman underwent a bunionectomy performed by a Podiatrist which was performed improperly, leaving her foot disfigured and leaving her in more pain than she had been in before the surgery.  The Podiatrist agreed to a significant six figure settlement shortly prior to trial.

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