Five people died, including a former aide to Governor Cuomo, in a terrible cross-over accident on the Long Island Expressway. The New York Daily News reported that the driver of a Subaru Outback lost control of his vehicle and crossed the grassy median. His vehicle went airborne into oncoming traffic. A 10-year old boy lost his life as well as 4 others including Scott Martella, a former aide to Governor Cuomo. The full details of the crash are still being investigated and no determination of negligence or fault has been made at this time.
Head on collisions can have devastating, life-altering consequences for all individuals involved. These types of car accidents can result in debilitating injuries and are fatal in some cases. In addition to suffering serious injuries, victims of head on collisions may be forced to face financial hardships. A head on collision can cause individuals to miss significant time at work, face high medical bills, and result in lasting physical and emotional pain. Fortunately, New York state law allows individuals who have suffered injuries in a head on collision to file a lawsuit to recoup compensation for damages. Individuals who have been injured in a head on collision should seek the counsel of an experienced car accident lawyer. At Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool, our car accident attorneys realize that a head on collision can drastically change the lives of the individuals involved. As a result, we pursue maximum compensation for all of our clients.
Have you or someone you love suffered an injury in a head on collision? If so, you may be entitled to compensation. For a free, no obligation case review, call 212-406-1700 or contact us online. Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool take cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning clients will not be charged unless there is a recovery.