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Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer in Brooklyn

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Car accidents happen frequently in Brooklyn due to congested streets and traffic. A split second of distraction or lack of attention to safety can result in serious injury and major damage to vehicles. After an accident, you might find yourself in pain, dealing with medical bills and other financial challenges. Many people don’t know what to do, and the choices can be overwhelming. You deserve the best accident lawyer on your side during this time who will fight for you and help guide you through the process.

Contact us today to speak with an experienced car accident lawyer in Brooklyn. For your convenience, we offer FREE consultations by phone, video or face to face. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Daniella and Eli are both available for a Zoom or Skype conference call M-F 9-6. When you partner with us, you’ll pay nothing upfront, and fees are only paid when you get paid. Don’t wait to get the help you deserve.

Why You Should Hire a Lawyer After a Car Accident?

Cars, Pedestrians, Delivery Trucks and Motorcycle Accidents


Injuries are not just confined to the drivers and passengers of cars, but also:

  • Pedestrians hit by a car, truck or bus.
  • Accidents with delivery trucks.
  • Motorcycle riders.

In some cases, the accident could prove fatal. Unfortunately, you are at risk for serious injury or death every time you go outside, whether or not you actually get behind the wheel.

If you or a loved one was injured because of the negligence of the driver of another vehicle, the experienced legal team at the law firm of Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C. will help you get the compensation you deserve.

Our team of car accident attorneys and paralegals at Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C. will be your advocate throughout the process. We’ll review the circumstances of your accident and advise you on the options available for pursuing the compensation you deserve.

With over 2 million vehicles clogging the streets of New York City’s five boroughs, you face a serious risk of becoming involved in a motor vehicle accident that could seriously injure you. NYPD statistics show that between 15,000 and 20,000 traffic-related accidents happen on the streets of New York every month.

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Motor Vehicle Accident Questions?

We Have Answers


What can I do if the person who crashed into me has no insurance?

Don’t worry! You can still recover from your own car insurance policy through your uninsured coverage. If the other driver is at fault, this will not affect your insurance rates.

What kind of damages can I recover?

You can recover money for your medical expenses, lost wages, and most importantly pain and suffering.

Do you offer free consultations?

Yes! A free consultation to discuss your case is available either in person, on the phone, or via Zoom. There is no fee to hire us, because we only get paid when you get paid.

What steps should I take to protect my rights after an accident?

  • Call the Police.
  • Don’t admit or agree to anything with the other driver(s).
  • Take pictures of the scene of anything that might seem important.
  • Talk to witnesses and gather their information.

What are common causes of vehicle accidents?

Sometimes knowing what might cause a traffic crash can help prevent one from even happening.

The top 10 causes, as reported by the City of New York and the NYPD list the following as reasons for a collision on the roads of NY:

  • Driver inattention/distraction.
  • Failure to yield right-of-way.
  • Unsafe speed.
  • Improper passing or lane usage.
  • Unsafe backing.
  • Disregard of traffic control devices, such as running a red light or running a stop sign.
  • Passing too closely.
  • Unsafe lane change.
  • DUI or alcohol involvement.
  • Driver inexperience.

How much time do I have to sue for a car accident?

You only have 30 days from the date of the accident to file an application for no fault benefits which cover medical expenses and lost wages. You have 3 years from the date of the accident to commence a lawsuit in court. However, it’s always best to commence a lawsuit as early as possible.

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    Daniella Levi & Associates P.C. in Brooklyn

    About Brooklyn, New York.

    Brooklyn is located in Kings County, New York.

    • Population (approx.): 2,301,000
    • Geo coordinates: 40.6782°N, 73.9442°W
    • Postcodes: 11216, 11213, 11238, 11225, 11233, 11221, 11205, 11206, 11217, 11212

    Things To do in Brooklyn

    Things to Do and See In Brooklyn

    • Kingston–Throop Avenues (IND Fulton Street Line) (near Fulton Street and Throop Avenue): A local station on the IND Fulton Street Line of the New York City Subway. Located on Fulton Street between Kingston and Throop Avenues in Weeksville, Brooklyn.
    • Brooklyn Children’s Museum (near Saint MaFounded in 1899, it is the first museum in the United States – and according to some, the first one worldwide – that caters specifically to children.
    • Our Lady of Victory Church (Brooklyn, New York) (near MacDonough Street and Throop Avenue): A Roman Catholic parish church in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn.
    • Interfaith Medical Center (near Atlantic Avenue and Albany Avenue): A full-service non-profit community hospital that has 287 beds and serves more than 11,000 inpatients each year.
    • Alhambra Apartments (near Nostrand Avenue and Macon Street): An architecturally notable apartment building located on Nostrand Avenue in the Bedford–Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. The building was designed by Montrose Morris and built by developer Louis F. Seitz in 1889-90.
    • Capitoline Grounds (near Hancock Street and Nostrand Avenue):  Also known as Capitoline Skating Lake and Base Ball Ground, was a baseball park located in Brooklyn, New York from 1864 to 1880.
    • Fulton Park (near Fulton Street and Schenectady Avenue): A park in New York named after Robert Fulton best known for launching the first commercially successful steamboat.
    • Kingston Avenue (IRT Eastern Parkway Line) (near Eastern Parkway and Kingston Avenue): A local station on the IRT Eastern Parkway Line of the New York City Subway.
    • 770 Eastern Parkway (near Eastern Parkway South Mall and Kingston Avenue): The street address of the central headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic movement, located on Eastern Parkway in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn.
    • Franklin Avenue – Fulton Street (New York City Subway) (near Fulton Street and Franklin Avenue): A station complex shared by the BMT Franklin Avenue Line and the IND Fulton Street Line of the New York City Subway.
    • Jewish Children’s Museum (near Eastern Parkway Service Road and Kingston Avenue): The largest Jewish-themed children’s museum in the United States. It aims for children of all faiths and backgrounds to gain a positive perspective and awareness of the Jewish heritage, fostering tolerance and understanding.
    Transportation in Brooklyn

    Nearby Airports

    • John F. Kennedy International Airport
    • Newark Liberty International Airport
    • LaGuardia Airport
    • Teterboro Airport
    • Linden Airport

    Roads

    • Fulton Street (Manhattan)
    • Flatbush Avenue
    • Interstate 278
    • Fulton Street (Brooklyn)
    • Nostrand Avenue
    • New York State Route 878
    • Atlantic Avenue (New York City)
    • Kings Highway (Brooklyn)
    • Bay Parkway (Brooklyn)
    • Pennsylvania Avenue
    • Interstate 78 in New York
    • 34th Street (Manhattan)
    • Linden Boulevard
    • Coney Island Avenue
    • New York State Route 27
    • Belt Parkway
    • Jackie Robinson Parkway
    • 86th Street (Manhattan)
    • Fourth Avenue (Brooklyn)
    • Greenpoint and Roosevelt Avenues
    • Utica Avenue

    Nearby Rail Stations

    • Nostrand Avenue station (LIRR)
    • Jamaica Station (AirTrain) which is on 93-43 Sutphin Boulevard, New York.
    • Federal Circle Station
    • Newark Terminal C
    • Essex Street
    • Exchange Place
    • Harborside Light Rail Station
    • Marin Boulevard
    • Harsimus Cove Light Rail Station
    Schools Near Brooklyn

    Nearby Schools

    • Alexander Hamilton High School (Brooklyn)
    • Pathways in Technology Early College High School
    • Paul Robeson High School for Business and Technology
    • Girls’ High School
    • Boys High School (Brooklyn)
    • Boys and Girls High School
    • Brooklyn Waldorf School
    • Rohr Jewish Learning Institute
    Nearby Towns and Suberbs Brooklyn

    Nearby Towns and Suburbs

    • Brownsville is 1 mile to the south-east.
    • Bushwick is 1 mile to the north-east.
    • Flatbush is 1 mile to the south-west.
    • Park Slope is 2 miles to the west.
    • Ridgewood is 2 miles to the north-east.
    • Williamsburg is 2 miles to the north.
    • Cypress Hills is 2 miles to the east.
    • Brooklyn Heights is 2 miles to the north-west.
    • Greenpoint is 3 miles to the north.
    • Canarsie is 3 miles to the south-east.
    • East New York is 3 miles to the east.
    • Glendale is 3 miles to the north-east.
    • Maspeth is 3 miles to the north-east.
    • Chinatown is 3 miles to the north-west.
    • Flatlands is 3 miles to the south.
    • New York City is 4 miles to the north-west.

    For all correspondence, please use the Queens office address.

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