Our attorneys have wide-range experience representing personal injury victims throughout the Hudson Valley area of New York, including Chester and Monroe. If you were injured due to a car or motorcycle accident or other wrongful acts of a third party, or if you experienced discrimination, harassment, or other violations of your civil rights, our attorneys can assist you.
Our Monroe personal injury attorneys put their legal knowledge to work so that personal injury victims obtain the medical and financial support they need to live their lives. We will review your claim and we will answer your most important questions: Will I get the medical treatment I now need because of someone else’s negligence? How do I care my family financially while I am unable to work? Will I be able to return to work? How do I pick the best physician to treat my injuries?
Our Monroe personal injury attorneys will make sure your rights are protected and properly asserted against the opposing side. The opposing side likely has attorneys working on its behalf, so you, too, should have attorneys working on your behalf. Our firm will ensure that insurance companies, with agents trained to undercut the value of your claim, do not take advantage of you during this confusing time. We will use our legal knowledge and our legal experience to present your side of this situation and to get you the just outcome to which you are entitled.
We offer our clients a broad range of personal injury legal services. If you would like to discuss your Hudson Valley personal injury case during a free consultation, contact us at our number below.
Personal injury claims can arise from a variety of circumstances, including, but not limited to, motor vehicle accidents, trip, slip and fall accidents, dog bites, and trip, slip and fall incidents. In the worst circumstances, the injuries can result in wrongful death. The goal of each personal injury case is to recover economic damages for items such as lost wages, past, present and future medical bills, and other monetary loss, as well as non-economic damages inability to perform certain activities, temporary or permanent disability, and as pain and suffering.