Kingston Auto Accident Lawyers serving the Hudson Valley
We have the resources — and the genuine concern — to help if you or a family member were injured in an automobile accident. The proven trial lawyers of Rusk, Wadlin, Heppner & Martuscello, LLP will not settle for less than you need and deserve in seeking damages from the negligent party who caused the crash.
With offices in Kingston, New York and Marlboro, we represent clients throughout the Hudson Valley, Catskills, Westchester County and Long Island. Our attorneys are familiar with every type of automobile accident:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Train accidents
- Pedestrians or bicyclists struck by cars
- Drunk driver accidents
- Boating accidents
- Wrongful death
- Catastrophic injury
Pursuing Damages for Your Automobile Accident
Dan Heppner and John Rusk are board-certified Civil Trial Advocacy Specialists who have secured substantial verdicts and settlements on behalf of auto accident victims and their families. Whether you injured you back or neck, suffered lacerations, soft tissue damage, broken bones, a head injury or a permanent disability, our lawyers can negotiate a fair settlement or confidently take your case to a jury.
We use all necessary experts and resources to prove liability of the other driver and document the extent of your injuries, including accident reconstructionists, economic consultants, medical specialists, aerial photography, and illustrations or computer animations. Many out-of-area law firms refer clients to Rusk, Wadlin, Heppner & Martuscello, LLP, because they know their client’s case will be handled professionally and effectively.
Contact Car Accident Lawyers
Our firm strives to be responsive, communicating with clients about developments in their case and helping clients with their medical bills, property damage and all aspects of the automobile accident. Contact our car accident lawyers in Dutchess County today for a free case evaluation. Evening and weekend appointments available, including home and hospital visits.