Juan Rosazza is part of the latest statistics published by the US Department of Transportation on car crashes reported to the police in 2016. He is one of the more than two million people injured that year.
He was on his way to work like every day, when the light changed to red. While waiting for the green light, he saw through the rearview mirror that another car was approaching without stopping and knew immediately that it would crash into him. The impact was not tremendous, but it did push him physically forward and throw all the things he carried in the seats.
“The driver got out and offered to pay for the damages to the car, but I preferred to call the police so that a formal report could be made. Luckily I did, because after a few weeks I started having neck and shoulder pain and when I went to the doctor he told me I would need physical therapy, “recalls Juan.
In his daily commute, Juan always saw the offices of the Ginarte law firm, the office was on the roads he traveled. When the pains began, he did not hesitate and went to a consultation with the police report in hand to tell his case. “From the beginning they treated me very well and they managed to get the insurance of the person who hit me to pay, not only for the damage to the car but also for all my medical expenses,” he explains.
A shock, which initially seemed to go no further than property damage, ended up sending Juan to therapy for three months to overcome neck and shoulder pain and to recover fully. “I totally recommend Ginarte’s services. I tell everyone who has gone through or experienced a situation similar to mine that they receive legal advice, without being afraid of their immigration status. In my case, it has undoubtedly made the difference “, emphasizes Juan.
The Ginarte law firm has been winning personal injury cases for Hispanic clients in New York and New Jersey for more than 35 years. For a free consultation call 1-888-446-2783 or visit https://www.ginarte.com/.