Our firm understands the complexities of personal injury lawsuits. As a result, our personal injury lawyers handle all aspects of the lawsuit process, including examining the evidence, interviewing witnesses, hiring experts and investigators, filing the claim and pursuing maximum compensation for our clients in court. Our firm's process for personal injury accident cases has led to a number of favorable verdicts and settlements – many of which have been worth over $1 million.*
Types Of Compensation Available To Long Island Personal Injury Victims
Individuals who have been injured due to another’s negligence have the option to bring forth a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible party and recoup compensation for any of the following damages they might have sustained as a result of the injury:
Medical Expenses: An accident can cause an individual to sustain serious physical injuries which might require the victim to undergo numerous medical procedures. The exorbitant cost of these recurring treatments can be financially crippling for the victim and his or her family, especially if the medical costs are not fully covered by insurance. Consequently, victims have the option to file a lawsuit in order to recoup compensation for the medical costs they have incurred.
Property Damage: Victims may have grounds to file a legal claim and recover compensation if their property has been damaged by another party’s negligence.
Income Loss: Depending on the severity of the injury, accident victims might be required to leave the workforce either temporarily or permanently. In either case, the victim and his or her family is likely to face considerable financial strain. Consequently, victims have the option to file a personal injury lawsuit in order to recover compensation for any lost income and any damage to their future earning potential.
Pain & Suffering: This pertains to a category of non-economic damages. Victims have the option to recoup compensation for any long-term pain and suffering caused by the accident. Damages may include any and all types of physical or bodily pain, physical deformities caused by the injury and loss of life's enjoyment.
Wrongful Death: If the injury leads to a fatality, the victim’s family can file a lawsuit on the victim’s behalf against the responsible person or entity. A wrongful death claim can secure compensation for the victim’s medical costs, funeral arrangements, lost wages and loss of consortium.
How Can Our Long Island Personal Injury Attorneys Help You?
Our personal injury lawyers bring extensive knowledge and expertise to each case. Our firm works with leading financial, medical and investigative experts who can help us corroborate your case and provide an accurate assessment of your damages. We are not afraid to take major insurance companies and hospitals to court. Several of our attorneys are former insurance defense lawyers and are well-versed in the tactics employed by insurance adjustors.
What Is The Statute Of Limitations?
The statute of limitations is a law that specifies the amount of time an injured individual has to file a lawsuit following an incident. In the case that an individual fails to file a lawsuit within the designated time period, the injured party may be forever banned from recovering compensation for the damages they have sustained. The statute of limitations in New York State varies on a case-by-case basis.
Our Long Island Attorneys Take Cases On A Contingency Fee Basis
Our firm accepts its cases on a contingency fee basis; this means our clients incur absolutely no out-of-pocket fees. No monetary compensation is expected from our clients until and unless we are able to secure compensation on their behalf. If we do recover damages for you, our legal fees are a mere fraction of the compensation you receive.
How Do I Schedule A Consultation With Your Long Island Personal Injury Lawyers?
If you or someone you love has suffered an injury due to another’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. For a free consultation with our Long Island personal injury lawyers, call our Manhattan office at 212.406.1700, our Bronx office at 718.892.0400 or contact us online. We will review your case and discuss your legal options with you. The attorneys at Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool And The Law Office Of William A. Gallina, LLP take all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning our services are free of charge unless there is a monetary recovery. Our law firm is proud to serve the New York City area, including the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island, as well as the surrounding counties and New Jersey. We offer legal services in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Chinese.