Nassau County Personal Injury Attorneys
The personal injury legal space accounts for a wide range of accidents. Injuries resulting from another person’s negligence can take away from months or even years of your life and the compassionate Nassau County personal injury attorneys at Rosenberg & Gluck, LLP sincerely understand the difficulty you face after suffering a serious injury. Immediately after an accident or learning about a life altering injury, you and your family may feel confused or overwhelmed. Medical expenses during rehabilitation can be astronomical and you could end up paying for something that wasn’t your fault.
If this sounds like familiar, our skilled lawyers urge you to seek legal counsel from a qualified personal injury firm. Our practice combines the experience of seven attorneys who specialize in personal injury law. We focus on plaintiffs so we can provide compassionate, personalized attention to every client who comes through our office.
How Personal Injury Attorneys Can Help You
When you face injuries that are not your fault, you may be entitled to legal compensation under the law. Personal injury claims allow individuals like you to receive monetary compensation to cover the costs associated with your injury. You can receive compensation for medical expenses, rehabilitative treatments, lost income and future wages, as well as pain and suffering.
If you are struggling with an accident injury, call our law office for a free consultation. We can help you determine if you have a personal injury claim eligible for compensation according to New York state laws. If you do have a case, your next concern may be cost and the difficulty of paying the legal fees associated with pursuing a claim. Our firm operates strictly on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don’t charge clients unless we can recover money for you.
When we take on a personal injury case in Nassau County, our attorneys carefully conduct independent investigations. We look at every detail of a case so that we can provide an accurate representation of what happened. In addition to providing counsel and support in legal proceedings, our lawyers can talk with insurance companies on your behalf. Our services are intended to ease the burden of your injury so you can get back to your life as quickly as possible.
Types of Personal Injury
Whether you’ve been referred to our site or have been looking online for assistance, you’ll find that our firm handles a wide range of personal injury cases. There is no claim too small or too large for our team of experienced Nassau County personal injury lawyers to handle. We handle cases involving:
- Vehicle accidents including trucks, motorcycles, and cars
- Pedestrian accidents
- Boating accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- No-fault insurance claims
- Hit & run accidents
- Other causes of injury
Our firm is known in the area for successfully prosecuting those responsible for injuries. We focus on providing compassionate support to our clients while pursuing cases with determination and the legal experience needed to see results. You don’t have to suffer through your injury alone. Allow us to help you seek compensation and overcome this difficult time in your life.
Personal Injury Laws in New York
Every state has nuanced laws governing statutes of limitations, fault, and other factors in personal injury cases. New York laws include:
- Statute of Limitations. For personal injuries, the statute of limitations is three years from the time of the injury or discovery of injury. If you have known about your injury for longer than three years, you may not be eligible to seek compensation.
- Shared Fault. In some car accidents, your compensation may be reduced if the courts determine you are partially at fault.
- No Fault. In car accidents, this rule may require you to use your insurance policy to cover the expenses of the injury first. There are exceptions to this rule that our Nassau County personal injury attorneys can help you understand.
Please reach out to us for more information about your potential personal injury claim.