Accident
There is a piece of expert advice that recommends people wait at least a year after a tragic event before making any important decisions because major events can disrupt thinking and make it difficult to make rational, well-reasoned decisions.  However, if you have ever been in a car accident, you realize that you do not have a year to make decisions.  Even if an accident is minor, in order to pay for any medical bills that were the result of the accident or to receive money from insurance companies in order to repair vehicles, a victim has to be prepared to make decisions quickly.  In a small accident context, a mistake in this process might mean some lingering financial difficulties as the result of the accident.  However, in a major accident, making decisions during this time period can leave a person extremely vulnerable for their entire lifetime.
Abraham Jaros of Jaroslawicz & Jaros, LLC, understands how important it is for accident victims to have assistance when making decisions after an accident.  A New York attorney with almost four decades of experience in handling personal injury cases, Abraham understands the potential lifelong costs of various injuries and can help his clients understand whether a settlement offer is sufficient to cover those costs over a lifetime.  He is also familiar with the myriad issues that surround personal injuries, and can help clients navigate the emotional, financial, and physical difficulties that are often the result of such injuries.
If you have been in a serious accident that resulted in substantial property damage or potentially life-impacting injuries, it is critical for you to understand how those things will impact your future, and not just focus on an immediate resolution.  Consulting with an experienced attorney not only provides you with an objective opinion about your best options, but also with years of expertise in dealing with the results of auto accidents.  To schedule a free consultation with Abraham, contact him at 212-227-2780 or visit him online at: www.jaroslawiczandjaros.com.

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