We have listed below the most frequently asked questions. Can’t find what you are looking for? Then just give us a call at (800) 660-2264.
A. There are three factors generally considered in awarding a settlement:
1. Determining fault.
2. Determining the extent of injuries.
3. Is there applicable insurance to cover the claim?
A. An experienced attorney can provide you with court approved verdicts or settlements involving similar injuries. Your specific case could be limited by available insurance or any finding of comparative fault which would reduce your award.
A. In New York State, attorneys are only permitted to charge expenses that are approved by the court. Typically, they involve outside experts or court costs where the attorney has to spend money that is necessary to develop your case. Expenses do not include lawyers' time or overhead.
A. Believe it or not, a consent form does not necessarily prevent you from bringing a claim. If there is a maxim in the law that does not commit anyone to be negligent and harm you, even if we signed a consent.
A. If we accept your case and it meets the standards of our lending company, you would qualify for cash an advance on your case. Additionally, no-fault insurance and worker’s compensation could provide lost wages and medical benefits quickly.
A. We work strictly on a contingency fee basis. That means if we don’t win your case, we don’t get paid and you owe us nothing. If we are successful, we receive a percentage, typically 1/3 or less depending on the type of claim. Expenses only come out of a successful result.
A. While some cases do require a formal trial proceeding, many of our cases are settled before they go to court.
A. You pay nothing unless and until we recover money for you. Our fee is a percentage of that recovery.
|$15 Million - Jury Award for Brain Injury|
|$10.5 Million - Injured Infant Brain Damage|
|$9 Million - Brain Injured Baby Settlement|
|$7.75 Million - Settlement Injury To A Child|
|$7.5 Million - Injured Construction Worker Settlement|
|$7.25 Million - Intersection Accident Settlement NYC|
|$5.5 Million - Bus Accident Award|
|$5.5 Million - Injured Child|
|$5.5 Million - Blinded Woman|
|$5.45 Million - Injured Child|
|$5.4 Million - Construction Burn Victim|
|$5.1 Million - Motorcycle Victim|
|$5 Million - Construction Worker Back Injury|
|$5 Million - Eye Surgery|
|$4.5 Million - Failure to Perform C-Section|
|$4.5 Million - Personal Injury Settlement|
|$4.4 Million - Failure to Diagnose Infection|
|$4.125 Million - Failure to Diagnose Quadriplegia|
|$4.0 Million - NYC Hospital Negligence Birth Injury|
|$3.8 Million - Electrician|
|$3.75 Million - Hospital Negligence Sepsis|
|$3.7 Million - Birth Injury Infant Stroke|
|$3.5 Million - Faulty Freight Elevator Fall|
|$3.4 Million - Surgical Error Bronxville Hospital|
|$3.28 Million - Eye Surgery Case|
|$3.15 Million - Settlement for a Brooklyn Laborer|
|$3.1 Million - Verdict Returned by NY Jury|
|$3.1 Million - Awarded by Brooklyn Jurors|
|$3 Million - Birth Injury Development Delays|
|$3 Million - Settlement Scaffold Injury Hudson Yard|
|$3 Million - Hot Water Burn Death|
|$2.6 Million - Surgical Error Premature Death|
|$2.5 Million - Construction Concrete Worker Settlement|
|$2.5 Million - Hospital Malpractice Toddler Hemiplegia|
|$2.4 Million - Failure to Diagnose Lead to Paralysis|
|$2.3 Million - Birth Injury Brain Damage|
|$2.1 Million - Hospital Negligence Birth Injury|
|$2.1 Million - Failure to Diagnose Stroke|
|$2.1 Million - Surgical Error Paraplegic|
|$2.1 Million - Injured Worker|
|$2 Million - Hospital Negligence Permanent Injury|
|$2 Million - Malpractice Settlement Delay in Delivery|
|$2 Million - Verdict against Hospital|
|$1.8 Million - Failure to Diagnose Tumor|
|$1.75 Million - Diagnosing Prostate Cancer|
|$1.5 Million - Prostate Procedure Malpractice|
|$1.5 Million - Delay in Treatment - Nerve Damage|
|$1.4 Million dollar settlement in Action Over Explosion|