Suffolk

SUFFOLK COUNTY PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY

50 Years of Experience Working for You

Have you suffered an injury that wasn’t your fault? At Greenberg & Stein, we are committed to helping people like you. After an injury, you may feel overwhelmed at the prospect of filing a personal injury claim. You don’t have to feel along. With more than 50 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys from our firm are more than ready to give you the aggressive and effective personal injury representation that you need.

When you hire a lawyer from Greenberg & Stein, you can rest assured that we will use every resource available to get you the favorable case outcome you need and deserve. Personal injury cases can be complicated. Let a lawyer form Greenberg & Stein give you peace of mind. When you schedule a case consolation, an attorney from the firm can help you understand your legal situation, rights and options so you can make an informed decision about your legal future. Fill out our free online case evaluation form to receive a no-obligation case consultation free of charge. We want to keep you in the know.

Helping Clients in Suffolk County

Located in New York, Suffolk County spans the eastern portion of Long Island. Generally speaking, Suffolk County is a suburban area. Additionally, it is the fourth-most populate county in New York. According to the 2010 census, Suffolk County is home to about 1,493,350 individuals. Combined with Nassau County, Suffolk County makes up an area generally referred to as Long Island. Suffolk County and Nassau County are distinct from Queens – a New York City borough. Suffolk County is named after the county of Suffolk in England.

Suffolk County is in the 10th Judicial District of the New York State Unified Court System. It is home to the Long Island courthouse and the Federal United States District Court, Eastern District of new York. Additionally, it has several municipal courts. Local courts only hear claims under certain dollar amounts, and only hear specific types of cases. The Suffolk County population density is about 1,556 people per square mile. The county is more than 80% white, 29.5% Italian and 17.6% German. 7.4% of the population is African American and Latinos comprise about 13% of the population. According to Forbes Magazine, Suffolk County is the fourth wealthiest county in the nation.

Practice Areas

Personal injury cases can be the result of a variety of accidents. It doesn’t matter what type of injury you’ve suffered – if someone else is responsible, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your damages. At Greenberg & Stein, we are well-versed in a variety of personal injury practice areas. Were you hurt in the car accident? Negligent and distracted drivers are responsible for a multitude of accidents, injuries and deaths every year. If you’ve been hurt, contact our office today and see what a lawyer from the firm can do for you.

Was your child hurt at school? When you drop your child off at school in the morning, you trust that they will be taken care of. At the firm, we can help you get paid for any injuries suffered by your child that were the result of a teacher or other school employee’s negligence. Our attorneys are experienced in dog bite injury cases, too. If you’ve been hurt by a dog because the owner failed to tell you that it was dangerous, talk to a lawyer from Greenberg & Stein as soon as possible; you may be able to collect financial compensation for your injury.

In New York City, pedestrian accidents are responsible for many accidental injuries and deaths. In fact, pedestrian accidents were one of the top ten causes of accidental death in New York City. Pedestrians are in danger of injury and death because they have no means of protection from careless drivers. That’s why our firm is dedicated to helping accident victims. If you were hurt by a negligent motorist, we can help. Greenberg & Stein is also experienced in wrongful death cases.

Simply put, a wrongful death claim allows you to collect financial compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost companionship, lost earning potential and other damages when a family member is killed in an accident. If you lost a loved one in an accident that was the result of someone else’s carelessness or negligence, an attorney form Greenberg & Stein can fight for you rights in court. Contact us today – the sooner we hear from you, the faster we can help.

Suffolk County Resource Links

About Suffolk County
Personal Injury Information
Official Website
Suffolk County Map

 

 

 

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