Every Car Accident Is Different
Every car accident has a unique set of circumstances. In each accident, the speed and people involved vary, as do the safety features of the vehicles. What remains the same is that the injured people need legal help to secure appropriate compensation.
My name is Sareer “Sandy” Fazili, and for more than 25 years, I have represented people injured in car accidents. I am aggressive, compassionate and experienced. I care about the people I work for, and I want to make sure that you know what is ahead of you as you recover from your injuries.
Most Car Accidents Have Common Injuries
There is nothing “minor” when it comes to car accidents and the injuries they cause. People often suffer:
- Broken bones: A broken ankle may require a cast and crutches, but a broken collar bone will make it nearly impossible to move until the bone heals. Compound fractures often require surgical repair and the use of operative hardware to stabilize the broken bones.
- Traumatic brain injuries: You may end up dazed with a concussion for a short period or spend a lifetime incapacitated.
- Spinal cord injuries: An injury to the spinal cord can lead to a lifelong disability and constant medical care.
- Soft tissue injuries: An injury to your neck and back muscles can lead to anything from a few days of achiness to excruciating long-term pain.
Every injury can be long-lasting and debilitating. It may feel like you have little control, but with my help, you can get back in charge of your treatment and recovery.
What Does “No-Fault” Really Mean?
Oftentimes people talk about “No-Fault,” and they think they know what it means. It doesn’t mean that the collision wasn’t anyone’s fault. In every collision, someone is at fault. The term “No-Fault” has to do with which insurance company is responsible for paying your first-party benefits – your medical bills resulting from the accident and into the future, your lost wages and other expenses. “No-Fault” DOES NOT MEAN that the accident wasn’t anybody’s fault. Let’s talk and I’ll explain how “No-Fault” works and what it means to be involved in a “No-Fault” case.
Give me a call and let’s talk about your accident and what No-Fault means. Let me explain the law and get to work on getting you the compensation you deserve. Call The Fazili Firm for a free consultation at 585-504-7395 or use this contact form.