Topic: Personal Injury

Here you’ll find a collection of articles dealing with various topics related to personal injury law in New York.

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Who are the Best Personal Injury Lawyers in Brooklyn?

My name is Anthony Ferrante, a Brooklyn personal injury attorney. In this post, I’ve compiled a list of recommended personal injury lawyers who can provide valuable assistance to those who need it. If you’ve been involved in an accident resulting in personal injury, any of the lawyers mentioned below would be capable of handling your case effectively and with expertise. I hope you’ll find this list a helpful starting...


Do I File A Workers’ Comp Or Personal Injury Claim After Workplace Injury?

Injured at work? Depending on the circumstances of your case, it is important to understand workers’ comp vs personal injury claims and which one you’re eligible for. If you are injured at work, there’s a good chance that you have a right to receive compensation and other legal remedies. But how do you seek relief after suffering harm on the job? That depends on whether your legal claim qualifies...


How Does a Lawyer Determine the Validity of Your Personal Injury Claim?

How do you know if your claim is valid? The validity of a case can depend on many factors, and we can help you understand common reasons why an attorney might accept or reject a case.  Have you ever thought you had a solid legal claim against someone whose negligence hurt you, but an attorney refused to take your case? That can be a confusing and disheartening moment. In...


How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in New York?

The New York Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims In New York, the personal injury statute of limitations is generally 3 years from the date that your injury occurred. So, if you were injured on January 1, 2023, you would have until January 1, 2026 to file your lawsuit. A statute of limitations puts a time limit on filing a lawsuit. This time clock usually begins to run...


The Basics of New York’s No-Fault Insurance System

The term “No-fault” can cause confusion. New York operates under a no-fault insurance system. Let’s look at what that means, and importantly, what it doesn’t mean. New York is a No-Fault Insurance State. What Does That Mean? New York is a no-fault state. This means that we have a system of rules in place to make sure that people injured in car accidents have medical, lost wage, and out-of-pocket insurance...