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Personal Injury Attorneys of Brooklyn New York


Have you been involved in a car accident in New York, or suffered from medical malpractice, product liability, or even assault?

At some point in your life, you will probably be the victim of negligence or an assault that causes a personal injury, and will need the service of a skilled personal injury attorney. Knowing what to do and how to protect your rights is essential.

If you do not follow the proper procedure, the outcome could be devastating. Anyone who suffers a serious injury because of someone else's negligence deserves compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other expenses.

For information about how we can help you, contact our personal injury attorneys.

To learn more about what's involved with personal injury litigation and trials, please read on.


Understanding Torts

Personal injury law revolves around torts. Torts are acts, or failures to act, that interfere with somebody's freedom to enjoy their personal and property rights.

Torts can be based on:

Negligence: This is the failure to exercise ordinary care. Examples of negligence are:

  • failure to maintain safe walking areas leading to slips and falls
  • poorly maintained playground equipment causing harm to children
  • ineffective or missing public and workplace safety procedures leading to physical or property damage
  • substandard or faulty structures, equipment, and vehicles, causing or contributing to accidents, pain, property damage, and loss of pay
  • professional failure by doctors, nurses or other health care providers to meet the community standard of medical care leading to, continuing, or even adding to pain and suffering.

Product Liability:  When a product causes harm to the consumer even when it is used normally and properly, the seller and manufacturer are held liable in such instances.

Willful Tort:  This means any intentional wrong. Typical examples of willful tort in New York are:

  • Assault
  • Battery
  • Defamation
  • Illegally invading a person's privacy
  • Intentionally inflicting emotional distress on another person.

If you are considering a lawsuit in New York based on a tort, you must act promptly. You may have a right to a monetary award, but you do not have forever to pursue that right. The statute of limitations will penalize your delay by foreclosing your rights.


Types of Personal Injury Cases

The following case descriptions may match your situation. Whatever the label, you need a skilled personal injury attorney who is ready, willing and able to show the other side that you've been hurt and you mean business:

Bicycle Accidents
Birth Injury
Bodily Injury
Brain Injury
Cancer malpractice
Car accidents
Catastrophic Injury
Commercial Vehicle Liability
Cumulative Trauma
Electrical Injury
Elevator Accident
Excessive Use of Force
False Arrest
False Imprisonment
Head Injury
Intentional Torts
Law Enforcement Liability
Lead Poisoning
Medical Malpractice
Medicare Fraud and Abuse
Motorcycle Accidents
Plaintiffs Personal Injury
Police Brutality and Misconduct
Power Line Contact Injury
Premises Security
Product Liability
Psychological Injury
Railroad Accidents and Injuries
Repetitive Stress Injury
School Bus Accidents
Sexual Abuse
Slip and Fall
Spinal Injury
Tort Liability
Truck Accidents
Vehicular Homicide
Wrongful Death

Hubert Law Office

As established and reputable Brooklyn, New York lawyers, we are proud to fight for the rights of our clients who have suffered a personal injury in New York State. Since 1994, Hubert Law Office attorneys have represented the people of Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island, i.e., all of New York City.


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