Taking Action To Protect Your Injury Claim
When a serious accident occurs, one of the first concerns injury victims have is finding a way to pay for their medical bills. Recovering full compensation for your injuries is not always easy. New York’s complex laws make it difficult for individuals to navigate the system on their own.
For more than 30 years, George S. Bellantoni, Attorney at Law, has provided trusted representation to injury victims in Westchester County, the Bronx and surrounding communities. He works closely with his clients to provide honest, straightforward advice to help them understand all of their options. Attorney Bellantoni will investigate all options for resolving your claim, including settlement and litigation.
He is committed to responding to your phone calls and emails promptly. His dedication to alleviating any worries you have about your case allows you to focus on your physical and emotional recovery from the accident.
Protect Your Claim By Speaking With An Attorney
Insurance companies typically seek to pay as little as possible to injury victims. Insurers may claim that the injuries suffered are not as severe as the victim claims, or they may try to deny your claim altogether. Any comments you make to an insurance company can ultimately be used against you and your claim.
The best way to protect your personal injury claim is to contact a lawyer about your case. No matter where you are in the claims process, attorney George S. Bellantoni’s skilled guidance can help ensure that your claim moves in the right direction. He will take the time to analyze your case and will always pursue the necessary actions to reach an outcome that reflects your needs.
Having previously worked for insurance companies, Mr. Bellantoni has firsthand experience with how insurers approach these cases. He understands the strategies they use to limit the amount of damages they have to pay. He will work to develop a plan that protects your rights and places you in a better position to receive full compensation for your injuries.