Traveling Ban Car Accident

If you were involved in an a winter traveling ban car accident during a winter traveling ban, you can still file an insurance claim for no-fault. Contact our experienced Buffalo car accident attorneys for guidance.

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As we all know, inclement weather in the winter can give rise to certain driving bans in certain areas. Often, those bans have exceptions for emergency personnel or nurses trying to get to the hospital, but we have had clients who were injured when they felt they had to drive during a driving ban. Although they may have been violating a temporary local rule regarding the driving on the roads, the no-fault benefits are still in place, and they still have the availability to get their medicals paid for, their mileage covered for a year, their lost wages for up to three years, even if they were driving during one of these driving bans.

Attorney Richard Nicotra is a partner with Andrews, Bernstein, Maranto & Nicotra, PLLC and has achieved the highest rating of 10 on Avvo.
The Personal Injury Lawyers at Andrews, Bernstein, Maranto & Nicotra, PLLC fight for the rights of persons who are injured or disabled. We approach each case on an individual basis and personally assist each client with their unique needs. We are involved in every step of the legal process, and ensure that each case receives the time and effort necessary for success. 

The insurance companies are familiar with us, and the fact that our attorneys are willing to take all of our cases to a jury trial. Unlike other Buffalo auto accident attorneys, we will not accept a quick settlement just to move on to the next case. We will fight for every ounce of compensation that our clients deserve. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with our experienced Buffalo auto accident attorneys.