A personal injury lawyer serving Long Beach from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. may represent you and file a claim for compensation on your behalf if you suffered injuries caused by another person’s negligence. If another person acted without reasonable care, which led to your injuries, it may be possible to hold them accountable.
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Negligence Injuries May Support a Personal Injury Claim
When one person’s careless or reckless behavior causes another to suffer injuries in an incident, the victim can likely pursue damages in a personal injury case. Many types of accidents and incidents can support a negligence claim. This includes:
- Bicycle accidents
- Car accidents
- Construction accidents
- Dog bites
- Medical malpractice
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accident
- Slip and falls and trip and falls
- Truck accidents
Each type of case has its own evidence and rules for proving negligence and taking legal action. Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. knows how to build a case and file a claim based on your injuries and the facts of what happened. This includes traffic accident cases, premises liability claims, malpractice cases, and other types of personal injury claims.
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Our Team of Attorneys Seeks Compensation for Injury Victims
A personal injury lawyer serving Long Beach from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. can help victims of personal injury incidents build a case and hold the negligent party responsible. We investigate each client’s case and assign liability based on what we uncover. Then, we develop a claim with supporting evidence and move forward with the claim, seeking to hold the liable party accountable and recover damages.
It is important to note that this process may be somewhat different following a traffic accident. New York law requires drivers to have no-fault insurance. Our team can assist with no-fault filing, but additional steps will be necessary to file a lawsuit.
Namely, we will need to ensure your injuries meet New York’s definition of “serious” per New York Insurance (INS) §5102(d) before we can file a claim for compensation beyond your basic damages. However, this only applies to car accidents. We can often develop a case against the negligent party from the first dollar lost in any other type of personal injury claim.
Evidence in Personal Injury Cases
While each type of incident requires different evidence to prove negligence, there are some commonalities. For example, we will need to prove your required medical care, the cost of your treatment, and your prognosis. We will also need to document the income you lost because of the accident. Gathering your bills and receipts related to your injuries and treatment can speed this process along.
We also need to ensure we can pinpoint the party or parties responsible for your injuries. This could include the landowner of a property where you fell, a trucking company that employed a careless truck driver, the owner of an aggressive dog, or another individual or entity.
To learn more about how the team from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. builds cases and represents personal injury victims, call us today at
Recovering Losses Following an Injury Accident in Long Beach
While holding the negligent party whose carelessness or recklessness caused your injuries accountable can bring some sense of satisfaction, recovering damages offers financial relief. You do not have to stress over the income you lost or the bills you will struggle to pay if you can secure a financial recovery that fairly compensates you for these damages.
Our team works to identify recoverable losses before we file a claim or civil action. This allows us to document what a fair settlement agreement would look like and provide evidence to show the insurer the value of your damages.
The recoverable damages in an injury case are not limited to the medical treatment you endured. They could also include future treatment and care needs related to your injuries, lost wages, out-of-pocket expenses, and other economic losses.
We also put a value on your non-economic losses when possible, including pain and suffering damages and similar intangible damages. These may be as much or more than your injury-related financial losses and expenses.
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Time Restrictions on Personal Injury Filing in New York State
There is a statute of limitations on personal injury filing in New York. Under New York Civil Practice Law & Rules (CVP) §214, victims generally have a three-year window to file the paperwork initiating a personal injury case.
In addition, there are other deadlines we must meet in some cases, such as when filing a no-fault claim after a car accident, suing a municipality or bringing a wrongful death action. Contact us as soon as you can to ensure we can meet the necessary timeline to secure a payout in your case.
Discuss Your Personal Injury Incident with Our Team for Free
A personal injury lawyer serving Long Beach from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. can review your injury incident and the details of your case to weigh your options. We can discuss your accident and injuries with you in Spanish if needed.
At Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P., our case reviews are free, and we represent our clients based on contingency. You can reach our team today by calling