Vigorously Representing Motor Vehicle Accident Victims
Statistics cited by the New York State police show that aggressive driving behavior is a contributing factor in 59 percent of all vehicle accidents and 66 percent of fatal accidents in New York. Growing congestion and stress on our state's streets, highways and thruways seem to be aggravating the problem.
My name is Ira Maurer, a personal injury attorney with more than 30 years of experience representing accident victims. I vigorously represent victims of aggressive drivers, seeking full and complete compensation for all losses.
Call me at 866-534-7013 for a free consultation.
Aggressive Driving in New York
Between 1997 and 2003, state troopers issued more than 120,000 citations for aggressive driving offenses. Local police issued tens of thousands more citations during that same period, proving that aggressive driving is a serious problem in New York State.
These types of behaviors can be characterized as aggressive driving:
- Frequent and unsafe lane changes
- Chronic speeding
- Failure to signal
- Failure to yield the right of way
If an accident occurs because of these or other aggressive, reckless or careless driving behaviors, the accident victim has the right to claim compensation for financial losses and suffering. The driver does not have to get ticketed to be held liable for the accident, although that can be valuable supporting evidence in a plaintiff's case.
Middletown Car Accident Attorney
When you retain my firm, I will carefully investigate all aspects of your case. I will document the negligence of the aggressive driver, the effect the accident has had on your life and place a value on your losses and suffering for inclusion in your claim. The Maurer Law Firm, PLLC, will work tirelessly to obtain the best possible result for you.
Free Consultation — Contact a Lawyer
For a free consultation with a Hudson Valley aggressive driving injury lawyer, contact The Maurer Law Firm, PLLC, in Fishkill, New York, at 845-440-1172 or toll free at 866-534-7013 or send an e-mail by filling out our "Tell Us About Your Case" section located on our website.