Riverhead Personal Injury Lawyer

If you or a loved one was injured because of another party’s negligent actions, you may be entitled to compensation.

Personal injury law allows an injured person to seek damages through a civil claim. If another person’s negligent or wrongful actions have caused you or a loved one harm, you may have a valid personal injury case. You may be entitled to compensation for your damages, such as lost income and medical bills.

For help filing a case and pursuing compensation after an injury, hire a personal injury lawyer serving Riverhead from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. Call our office at (631) 994-1910 for your free case evaluation today.

For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Riverhead, call 631-239-3965

Our Team Can Assist with a Wide Range of Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury cases are brought after a party’s carelessness or recklessness causes another person to be injured. The defendant in a personal injury case may be an individual, or it may be an entity such as a company or municipality.

Motor Vehicle Collisions

Motor vehicle collisions can lead to severe, often life-threatening injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, neck and back injuries, broken bones, lacerations, and more. You could be entitled to compensation through a personal injury claim or lawsuit if you were involved in a crash caused by:

  • Driving under the influence
  • Distracted driving
  • Speeding, failure to yield, or another traffic violation
  • A government entity’s failure to properly maintain the roads
  • Vehicle manufacturing defects
  • Loose or fallen truck cargo
  • A truck company’s failure to maintain or inspect a truck

Premises Liability

Individuals or entities in control of a property have a legal duty to keep the property reasonably safe. If a property is not kept in a reasonably safe condition and someone legally visiting the premises is injured as a result, the property owner or occupier may be liable for damages.

Many premises liability cases stem from a “defective condition” on the property. Slippery floors, poor lighting, broken concrete, and stairs with missing handrails are examples of defective conditions that may lead to an injury.

Premises liability cases may involve:

  • Slip and fall or trip and fall accidents
  • Inadequate security that leads to a physical attack
  • Dog bites and other animal attacks
  • Construction site accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Railroad accidents
  • Other accidents caused by a property owner’s negligence

Medical Malpractice

Doctors, surgeons, nurses, and other healthcare professionals have a legal obligation to provide reasonably competent medical treatment to patients. When a medical professional makes an avoidable mistake that causes a patient’s injury or death, the medical professional or the medical facility may be liable for damages.

Most medical malpractice cases hinge upon whether or not a healthcare provider’s conduct violated the medical standard of care. This standard refers to the medical care a reasonably competent healthcare professional with the same education and experience would have provided in similar circumstances.

Hospital errors, surgical errors, pharmacy mistakes, medication errors, birth injuries, and other types of medical negligence may lead to medical malpractice claims.

Product Liability

Product designers and manufacturers are expected to make consumer products that are not unreasonably dangerous. If defective design or manufacturing causes a product defect that leads to a consumer’s injury or death, the company that designed or manufactured the product may be liable for damages. Defective automotive parts, children’s toys, medical devices, drugs, and more may lead to a product liability claim.

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Damages in a Personal Injury Case in New York

The word “damages” refers to the losses a person experiences because of an injury. Your injury may have caused you a great deal of financial hardship or intangible losses. You may be able to recover compensation for your losses via a personal injury claim or lawsuit.

Medical Bills

The medical expenses resulting from a serious injury can be just as distressing as the actual injury itself. Fortunately, you may be entitled to compensation for your past medical expenses, as well as your future medical care. You may be compensated for expenses related to:

  • Hospital care
  • Ambulance transportation
  • Emergency room treatment
  • Surgery
  • X-rays, CT scans, and other lab tests
  • Prescription medication
  • Rehabilitative care such as physical therapy
  • Doctor’s appointments
  • Specialist appointments
  • Mental health services

Lost Income and Lost Earning Capacity

If your injuries caused you to miss work, you may be entitled to compensation for your past and future lost wages. If your injuries have led to long-term or permanent disabilities, you may also be entitled to compensation for the impairment to your future earning capacity.

Non-Economic Damages

The losses resulting from an accident are not always quantifiable. Non-economic damages refer to damages that are not financial in nature. You may receive compensation for your pain and suffering and other intangible losses.

Our Team Can Help You Pursue Compensation After an Injury

At Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P., we understand that a serious injury can turn your life upside down. We are committed to helping injured clients protect their legal rights and pursue the compensation they deserve. We can help you:

  • Identify who is liable for your accident
  • Gather evidence to support your claim
  • Calculate the value of your case
  • Negotiate with the insurance companies
  • File a claim or lawsuit on your behalf
  • Represent you in and out of court
  • Fight to get you the compensation you deserve

To learn more, consider hiring a personal injury lawyer serving Riverhead from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. Call us at (631) 994-1910 today for a free consultation.

If you plan to file a lawsuit, act soon. The statute of limitations for New York personal injury lawsuits is generally three years under New York Civil Practice Law & Rules § 214. The statute of limitations for wrongful death lawsuits is generally two years, according to New York Estates, Powers & Trusts § 5-4.1.

There are situations that may arise with different statutes of limitations. For instance, if you were injured on a government property or because of a municipality’s negligence, then the deadline could be shorter. If you do not file your lawsuit in time, you might be forfeiting your right to collect any type of compensation.

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If you or a loved one was injured in an accident, hire a personal injury lawyer serving Riverhead from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. Call us at (631) 994-1910 for your free case evaluation today. We can also assist clients in Spanish.

 

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