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Owego Injury Lawyer

If you have been seriously hurt by someone else in Owego, N.Y., you need legal help from Scott C. Gottlieb, Injury Law Attorney. He has dedicated his entire practice to helping victims of serious accidents including those caused by car accidents, dog bites, construction accidents, pharmaceutical liability and other incidents recover the compensation they need and deserve for their injuries. In fact, Scott C. Gottlieb, Injury Law Attorney, focuses exclusively on representing accident victims – never insurance companies or large corporations.

Do you want to get more information about how Owego injury attorney Scott C. Gottlieb can help you? Call us or contact us online now for a FREE claim review and advice about your legal rights and options.

A Lawyer Who Gets Results in Owego

Owego is the county seat of Tioga County and is situated about 20 miles west of Binghamton in New York’s Southern Tier. The Village of Owego straddles the Susquehanna River near the point where the Owego Creek flows into the river. Owego is served by the Southern Tier Expressway (Route 17), which connects the village to Binghamton to the east and Elmira to the west. Route 96, Route 17C and Route 38 are other major traffic arteries in Owego.

The Village of Owego is home to nearly 4,000 residents, while the Town of Owego has a population of nearly 20,000. Owego is a bustling community since it serves as the seat of Tioga County. Its downtown is a busy commercial district and is also the location of government offices, restaurants, banks, churches, schools and other popular destinations. Budget Travel Magazine has named Owego as one of America’s Coolest Small Towns. The town is also home to an annual Strawberry Festival in June which hosts a ‘Miss Strawberry’ pageant, fireworks and of course delicious strawberries.

Emergency Services in Owego

If you have suffered a personal injury in an accident in Owego, you may contact local emergency services at the following numbers:

Call 911 for emergencies.

For non-emergencies, use the following contact information:

  • Owego Police Department
    90 Temple Street
    Owego, NY 13827
    (607) 687-2233
  • Tioga County Sheriff’s Office
    103 Corporate Drive
    Owego, NY 13827
    (607) 687-1010
  • New York State Police, Owego Barracks
    2356 State Route 434
    Apalachin, NY 13732
    (607) 687-3961
  • Owego Fire Department, Central Fire Station
    87 North Avenue
    Owego, NY 13827
    (607) 687-1201
  • Owego Fire Department, Hose Co. No. 3
    3 Talcott Street
    Owego, NY 13827
    (607) 687-1380

Experience in Courts Serving Owego

Scott C. Gottlieb, Injury Law Attorney, has earned a reputation for aggressive client advocacy, and insurance companies know that he is prepared to fight for maximum compensation for personal injury victims in Owego. He is very familiar with the court system in Tioga County. Working with a local lawyer who knows the community – and is known by the community – can make all the difference in a personal injury claim.

Some of the courts you may become familiar with during the course of your case include:

Types of Cases We Handle

Scott C. Gottlieb, Injury Law Attorney, handles a variety of personal injury matters in Owego, including:

  • Car accidents
  • Dog bites
  • Construction accidents
  • Defective pharmaceuticals and medical devices
  • Insurance litigation
  • Wrongful death
  • Premises liability

What Should I Do If I Have Been Hurt in Owego?

  1. Call for help. If you need emergency assistance, call 911. For non-emergencies, use the numbers listed above to reach police and fire services in Owego.
  2. Seek medical treatment. Your first priority should be your health and safety. Even if you do not get medical treatment at the scene of the accident, it is still critical to see a doctor as soon as possible after the accident. Not only will a thorough examination ensure that you receive proper treatment, it will also document your injuries. A full medical examination is extremely important to catch potentially life-threatening injuries that may go unnoticed until it is too late. Be sure to tell the doctor exactly how your accident occurred.
  3. Photograph the scene and your injuries. If you are able to, use your smartphone or a camera to take pictures of where the accident happened. Try to get several photos of the site and any obvious injuries you suffered. If you are unable to take pictures yourself, ask someone else to do it for you. Pictures of the scene could play a vital role in your personal injury lawsuit.
  4. Get contact information from witnesses and potentially responsible parties. Be sure to obtain contact information from everyone who saw the accident and anyone who may be responsible – for example, other drivers, the owner of the property where the accident happened or the manager of the business where you got hurt. Write down names, addresses and phone numbers.

Talk to an Owego Attorney Now

Scott Gottlieb has received an AV® Preeminent™ rating, which is the highest possible rating from Martindale-Hubbell (4.9 out of 5). Hard work, honesty, respect and experience are the keys to winning — and that is what you can expect from Scott C. Gottlieb, Injury Law Attorney.

If you have been hurt in Owego, N.Y., and your personal injuries were someone else’s fault, find out how to get the legal help you need now. Call us or contact us online now for a FREE consultation about your legal rights.

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