Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. has served Long Island since 1996. During that time, we’ve recovered millions for injured claimants, including those in Hauppauge and the surrounding area.
Whether you suffered a collision, slip and fall, or another incident, we can help. Our personal injury lawyers serving Hauppauge can calculate your losses, negotiate a settlement, and champion your rights in a trial.
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Hauppauge, call 631-239-3965
Your free case review serves multiple purposes. First, it allows us to examine your case and explain its potential. This involves listening to your testimony, evaluating your condition, and explaining your legal rights.
It also gives you the chance to meet our team. Here, you can ask questions about our case results, experience, and office culture. You can also ask:
You’ll find that our team is prepared to address all your questions and concerns. We want you to feel secure about your legal decisions.
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If you’re concerned about affording a lawyer, don’t be. Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. works on a contingency-fee-basis, meaning:
We manage cases involving:
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We may be able to resolve your case through an insurance settlement. That way, you can avoid going to court. Yet, it’s important to know New York’s civil statute of limitations.
Consider the following:
Some factors may shorten or extend your filing date. For instance, if you’re suing the government, you could have as little as 90 days to file.
The statute of limitations sets how long you have to file your lawsuit. The courts don’t want to hear cases that have missed the deadline. If you file after your deadline, the court will likely dismiss it with prejudice, giving you few (if any) financial recovery options.
Our team can review your situation and abide by all necessary deadlines. However, we must learn about your case first.
Compensation in your case may account for:
We will pursue every dime you’re owed, whether through a claim or lawsuit. You may qualify for other losses than those listed here.
To recover damages, we must prove negligence. This process involves showing:
First, we must prove that another party had an obligation to keep you safe. Examples include:
These examples illustrate the obligations that people have toward one another.
We must show that although the other party owed you a duty of care, they didn’t uphold it. For example, if a motorist speeds, they breach their duty of care. If a doctor fails to diagnose a life-threatening condition, this also violates their legal obligation.
We must prove that your injuries stemmed from the other party’s actions. We’ll use evidence to support this factor, including your medical records, testimony, and security camera footage.
Finally, we must show you suffered damages, such as medical bills and lost income. To establish this factor, we can use your injury-related invoices, billing statements, and receipts.
We know that proving these elements is challenging. Yet, our lawyers serving Hauppauge, NY, are determined to protect your legal rights.
Since 1996, we’ve secured these outcomes:
These outcomes may not reflect your case’s resolution. Yet, we hope they demonstrate our commitment.
We’re confident in our ability to secure compensation. Yet, you don’t have to take our word for it. Here’s what some of our former clients have shared about us:
In addition to having 4.8 stars on Google Reviews, we’re part of the Multi-Million-Dollar Advocates Forum. Less than one percent of the nation’s law firms are members.
We want to secure the best possible outcome for you and your loved ones. We suggest doing the following:
Your health is paramount, so you should seek medical attention immediately. Also, the documentation provided by a doctor, nurse, or healthcare professional can support your case.
The liable insurance company isn’t on your side, and it likely doesn’t want to pay for your losses. The claims adjuster might even employ certain tactics to discredit your case, such as asking leading questions.
When the insurance representative contacts you, refer them to our legal team. We can give them the information they need to process your claim. We can also protect you from bad faith insurance practices, like unjust delays or denials.
Nothing is private online, even if you have strict privacy settings. If the claims adjuster sees your posts (even old ones), they can dispute your case. During this time, you should avoid:
We want you to make a full recovery. We also want to show the insurer that you did everything possible to better your condition. This involves going to physical therapy, taking your medications, and attending follow-up appointments.
If you want to discontinue treatment, ask your doctor to provide a written statement as to why. This can prevent the insurer from contesting the severity of your condition.
You have every right to partner with an attorney after getting hurt. Because we work on contingency, there’s no financial risk in hiring us. We’ll also manage all of your case obligations while you focus on what matters most: your health and family.
We know that you likely have many questions about the financial recovery process on Long Island. We’re here to provide answers. Remember: if you ever have any questions about your case’s potential, feel free to give us a call.
If the insurer denies your claim, we’ll negotiate a fair offer. This process involves presenting your case’s evidence, reviewing the liable policy, and calculating your losses. Still, if the insurer refuses to settle, we can represent you during a trial.
We’ll have to examine your case to determine its value. When calculating your losses, we’ll consider your:
We may consult economists to learn more about your case’s value.
Every case progresses differently. So, we don’t know how long it’ll take to settle. It could take days, weeks, or months to resolve your case. These factors may affect your case’s progression:
We will do everything possible to advance your case. While your case unfolds, we will provide you with frequent updates. That way, you’re always “in the loop.”
Let’s use a hypothetical example to understand how New York views fault. Suppose you’re injured in a collision. The New York Department of Financial Services requires everyone to carry personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. So, to get coverage for the basic economic losses provided by no-fault you’d file a claim with your own insurer.
Matters change if you suffered serious injuries or your damages exceed your policy limits. Then, you could file a claim with the other driver’s insurer or file a lawsuit against them. It’s a bit more complicated, but that’s the general idea.
We hope that these resources answer any remaining questions you have:
If you or a loved one suffered harm due to negligence, Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. is here to help. We recommend taking prompt legal action because of your case’s statute of limitations. If you miss the deadline, you could lose the right to seek damages.
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