Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle on Long Island

Our attorneys remain at the forefront of personal injury law in the state of New York, representing residents of Nassau & Suffolk counties in Long Island. Through hard work and dedication to results, our negligence attorneys hold individuals and businesses accountable for failing to take proper care to avoid injuring others. The Long Island personal injury attorneys at Dell & Dean, PLLC have a proven track record of successfully representing clients in a wide range of matters such as:

In our decades of work on behalf of injury victims, we have seen almost every type of injury imaginable. Whether you were injured in a slip and fall because a business failed to clean up after a mess or you were injured by a dangerous product, we have the experience, knowledge, and skill to help you maximize your financial and physical recovery through settlement or trial. There may be multiple parties who are liable for your injuries. We will take the time to determine which party or parties are liable and the most effective legal strategy for holding them accountable for causing your injuries.

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We Have the Resources to
Help You Through a Difficult Time

At Dell & Dean, PLLC, we take the time and resources to do right by every client. As a result, we take the time to get to know you. We welcome you to contact us anytime, and we will get back to you. No phone call goes unreturned, and every question is answered honestly and promptly without resorting to legalese or vague promises.

Your case will receive attention from an experienced legal team, including an experienced trial lawyer who will examine every aspect of your case and work directly with you. Our attorneys take time to understand each of our client’s cases so we can provide individualized, effective legal consultation.

Pursuing the Full and Fair Amount of Compensation You Deserve

When required, we have a professional network, including medical and financial experts. We will work with experts to identify all of the expenses you’ll incur because of your injuries in the future. When pursuing compensation in a personal injury lawsuit, it’s crucial that you recover all of the compensation you’ll need. We will carefully estimate ongoing medical expenses, including physical and occupational therapy, at-home care, durable medical equipment, and more. When we determine the full value of your claim, we will begin aggressively pursuing a full and fair settlement.

How Much Is My Long Island
Personal Injury Claim Worth?

Whether your accident was in Nassau or Suffolk County, victims of personal injury accidents can pursue damages from the party or parties whose negligence caused their injuries. If another person’s negligence has injured you, you may be wondering what your case’s value is worth. Discussing your case with our experienced Long Island personal injury attorneys is the best way to understand your case’s value. Generally, the more severely injured the plaintiff has become, the higher the case’s value. There are two main categories of damages available in personal injury lawsuits.

Economic damages are easily quantifiable damages, such as current and future medical expenses, property damage, lost income, loss of earning capacity, and more. You can also pursue compensation for your non-economic damages, including the pain and suffering you’ve endured from your injuries.

Additionally, a plaintiff’s damages will be reduced by their percentage of fault for the accident under the New York pure comparative negligence rule. For example, suppose a plaintiff wasn’t wearing a seatbelt when a drunk driver collided with his or her vehicle. The jury may find the victim 20% at fault for his or her injuries. As a result, the plaintiff’s damages will be reduced by 20%. Working with an attorney can help you build a case against the plaintiff while lowering your liability.

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Time Limits For Filing Personal Injury Lawsuits

Every state has a statute of limitations that limits the amount of time personal injury victims have to file a claim for damages. In Long Island, New York, plaintiffs must bring a lawsuit within three years of the incident that caused their injuries. If your loved one died in a personal injury accident, you only have two years to bring a wrongful death lawsuit. There are a few exceptions to this general rule, but reaching out to an attorney as soon as possible is the best course of action. Your attorney will have time to investigate, gather evidence, conduct depositions, and build the best legal strategy possible.

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Contact a Skilled Long Island Personal Injury Attorney 

Dell & Dean, PLLC has been representing injury victims in Long Island, New York for decades. Through hard work, customer service, and the ability to get results for our clients, we have become a premier personal injury law firm that has secured hundreds of millions in damages for our clients. Contact Dell & Dean, PLLC today to schedule a free case evaluation and learn more about your legal rights.

Dell & Dean, PLLC, handles a wide variety of personal injury cases throughout Nassau County and Suffolk County on Long Island as well as the boroughs of New York, and the surrounding areas.