What make Ribowsky law so special? A tri-lingual staff that speaks English, Spanish & Hebrew that literally fights like junkyard dogs to get you every penny possible from your car accident, slip, fall, premises liability case and more.
We do not rest until the client has their maximum payout.
Common Types of Personal Injury Cases
Motor Vehicle Accident. Automobile crashes claim the lives of millions of people every year. Many of these people are seriously injured or killed. The number of people injured or killed in accidents involving cars, trucks, motorcycles, pedestrians, and bike riders increased by more than 2.2 million in 2009 alone, with 33,000 deaths. It is possible that you will be entitled to monetary compensation for your personal injuries and financial loss if you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, whether as a driver, a passenger, or a pedestrian. The rights of the injured party will be protected by an experienced car and truck accident attorney throughout the legal process.
Medical Malpractice. Medical malpractice is a legal term that refers to the act of committing a mistake in a medical setting.
Doctors, nurses, hospitals, and other medical professionals can, and frequently do, cause serious injuries as a result of their carelessness. The term “medical malpractice” refers to a variety of different types of negligence in the medical field, including misdiagnosis, improper treatment, surgical errors, medication errors, pharmacy errors, birth injury (errors committed during the delivery of a child), and failure to diagnose cancer or other serious health conditions. Medical malpractice cases are complicated and necessitate the involvement of a medical malpractice attorney with specialized knowledge. After being injured or losing a loved one as a result of medical malpractice, it is critical to retain an experienced attorney who can investigate the possibility of malpractice and, if necessary, aggressively pursue legal action to recover compensation for your injuries and loss.
Wrongful Death. As its name implies, the term “wrongful death” refers to a type of lawsuit that can be filed when someone is killed as a result of the negligence of another party. In most cases, car or truck accidents, nursing home neglect or medical malpractice are the cause of wrongful death lawsuits. Other causes include construction accidents, airplane accidents, and the use of a defective or dangerous product. A “wrongful death” lawsuit allows for the recovery of damages that are distinct and distinct from those available when someone suffers a non-fatal injury, such as pain and suffering.
Workplace Accident. A personal injury lawsuit against an employer is generally not permitted when an employee is injured or killed while on the job for the company that injured or killed them. For example, an injured employee must instead file a claim under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act, which requires employers to provide a variety of benefits to their injured employees under certain circumstances. In addition to medical treatment and “temporary total disability” (i.e., lost wages), an injured worker may be eligible for a lump-sum payment, also known as “permanent partial disability,” to compensate him or her for the injuries sustained. Workers’ compensation law varies from state to state and is fraught with pitfalls and obstacles that must be avoided. An experienced Workers’ Compensation attorney will guide you through the process and make certain that your rights are protected as much as possible.
Premises Liability. The term “premises liability” refers to accidents that occur as a result of a dangerous or defective condition on someone else’s property. It is possible for these accidents to occur almost anywhere, including commercial properties such as grocery stores and restaurants, gas stations, shopping malls, and retail stores, as well as a neighbor’s home or a public or private pool. It is possible to file a “premises liability” claim if you are injured due to an unsafe condition on the property. These conditions can include anything from falling down a staircase because there is no handrail to tripping over an obstacle or slipping on a spill in a walkway or aisle to being attacked by a dog, among many other things. It is critical to document the dangerous or defective condition as soon as possible after an accident occurs. A personal injury attorney will assist you in doing so and will ensure that your rights are protected throughout the legal process.
Products Liability. Home, public places, and at work are all places where dangerous and defective products can cause serious injury or death. In addition, incorrect warnings and operation manuals can result in injuries. Dangerous drugs, food, consumer products, and children’s products, as well as defective vehicle parts and medical devices, are examples of harmful products. Toxic materials and chemicals are also examples of harmful products. Those responsible for a dangerous or defective product can include individuals, businesses, and government entities that sold, designed, manufactured, or promoted the product. You should consult with an experienced attorney immediately if you have been injured by a defective product. An experienced attorney can evaluate the defective product, identify the responsible parties, and ensure that you receive the maximum compensation possible for your injuries..
Other Types of Personal Injury Cases. Nursing home abuse or neglect, aviation and boating accidents, animal and dog bites, brain, birth, burn, and spinal cord injuries, other catastrophic accidents and injuries, food poisoning, asbestos exposure and mesothelioma, and legal malpractice are just a few examples of what can happen.
Ribowsky Law – Queens Personal Injury & Accident Lawyer
109-12 Jamaica Avenue
Richmond Hill, NY 11418