Head-On Collisions

New York Head-On Collision Lawyers

Head-on collisions are one of the deadliest types of motor vehicle accidents. The extreme impact and angle in which vehicles collide in this type of accident, especially at high speeds, lead to catastrophic injuries and deaths. The negligence and carelessness of drivers should not go without its legal consequences. Our law firm is here to make sure that all negligent parties responsible for your collision or the death of a loved one do not go unpunished.

At the New York City law firm of Dansker & Aspromonte, we provide exceptional motor vehicle accident representation. No matter what type of accident you were involved in, we will use our extensive knowledge, experience, and skills to seek the best possible result for your specific case. Our track record speaks for itself as we have had success in hundreds of car accident cases.


Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation. Our NYC head-on collision attorneys will listen to your story and help you determine the best option for moving forward.


Injuries Caused by Head-On Collisions

Whether a drunk driver veered over a median into oncoming traffic or a distracted driver who was texting failed to stay on his or her side of the line, head-on collisions are very serious. The injuries sustained in such a car crash are often extensive and life altering. Some require years of rehabilitation, therapy, and additional medical care.

Types of injuries often sustained in head-on collisions include:

Serving Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, & the NYC Metro Area

If you or someone close to you has been injured in a head-on collision due to the careless or negligent actions of others, our car accident lawyers are here to help.


For a free legal consultation with a head-on collision accidents lawyer serving New York, call (646) 692-0204.


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    • Brain Damage $50 Million

      Christian, a four-year-old boy, was brought to the hospital for a routine eyelid repair. To cut costs, the hospital contracted out its anesthesia services to a third-party corporation.

    • Serious Injuries $31 Million

      A 35-year-old New York City Police officer was a passenger in a police car going to an emergency call. After a collision, Ms. A. was rendered unconscious and was admitted to Jacobi Hospital with head and limb injuries.

    • Work Injury $21.5 Million

      This accident occurred in the Bronx when Rafael C. was working on a sanitation truck. The driver lost control while making a turn. Rafael was ejected and the truck ran over his leg.

    • Serious Injuries $10.3 Million

      A 22-year-old theater intern was walking across the intersection of 42nd Street and Ninth Avenue in Manhattan when she was struck by the rear door of a passing truck which had flown open because it had been improperly secured by the driver.

    • Burn Injuries $8 Million

      Dansker & Aspromonte represented 60 tenants in the infamous Schomburg Plaza fire. A fire started in a jammed compactor chute on the 20th floor of the high-rise apartment building.

    • Head Injury $7.8 Million

      This female accountant was walking after work in Battery Park on the pedestrian promenade when she was suddenly struck by a speeding police motor scooter.

    • Serious Injuries $6.6 Million

      This case involved a 6-year-old girl who was in a minivan that was struck by an ambulance in a multi-car collision on the Northern State Parkway in Long Island, New York.

    • Serious Injuries $6.25 Million

      A 26-year-old bicycle deliveryman was struck by a speeding Dollar Rent-A-Car van on a busy intersection, causing multiple fractures in his neck, back, arm and leg, as well as mild brain damage.

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