Nobody ever expects to get into an accident. Whether it be a collision or a slip and fall, being injured could not be any further from a person’s mind—until it happens to them. At Dansker & Aspromonte Associates, we advocate on behalf of personal injury victims. We believe that nobody should have to pay out of pocket for expenses resulting from another party’s negligence.
We take on the following types of cases:
When you call us, we provide a free case evaluation to discuss your legal options. Additionally, we work on a contingency basis, meaning that there are no hidden fees or start-up costs when you work with us; we only get paid if we successfully obtain compensation on your behalf. To learn more, call Dansker & Aspromonte Associates at (212) 732-2929.
We cater our services to match the needs of each individual case. To recover compensation on your behalf (no matter what type of accident you were in) we must prove negligence. For example, if you have a car accident claim, we must establish that the other motorist acted negligently in such a way that caused your damages.
When you work with Dansker & Aspromonte Associates, we will:
If you specifically need other services than the ones we have listed here, please do not hesitate to ask. We are determined to meet the needs of your case in any way we can.
No matter how your accident occurred, we want to hear from you. We fight for the rights of victims in many different kinds of situations, including:
Whether you were struck by a car, truck, or another type of vehicle, a New York personal injury lawyer can help. We have what it takes to build a case that represents your damages and then advocate on your behalf. One of the first steps we will take is to collect evidence about what caused your accident.
By reviewing the police report made at the scene, we can use this document as a tool to construct a narrative of the moments leading up to your collision. A police report truly can be a valuable piece of information when assigning negligence.
The New York DMV offers information on how to file a motorist accident report and affirms that motorists are legally required to file a police report if property damage exceeded $1,000 or if anyone was injured or killed. Having a copy of this document prepared by the offending or negligent driver can help to prove your case.
Call Dansker & Aspromonte Associates today at (212) 732-2929 for more information about how we can help you secure the police report filed after your accident.
Slipping, tripping and falling can cause a variety of injuries and other complications. Where you fell will play a key role in the legal proceedings. For instance, if you fell in a government building (like the post office), we may be able to pursue damages from the entity that operates and maintains the building.
If your accident happened on private property, we will look to assign fault to the property’s owner or management company. Taking pictures of the accident scene, keeping records of your medical expenses, and providing a written statement are all actions that can help your lawyer pursue your losses following a fall.
A Johns Hopkins study suggested medical errors are the third-leading cause of death in the US. Examples of this type of medical negligence include:
Healthcare professionals must uphold a standard of care to provide the same reasonable treatment expected of other practitioners in the same field, in a similar situation. Failure to do so qualifies as negligence.
When a family places an elderly loved one in a nursing home, they expect their loved one to receive around-the-clock care. Unfortunately, abuse and neglect of these vulnerable populations may occur in care facilities and can be extremely damaging to one’s longevity and wellbeing when they do occur.
If you suspect that your loved one is experiencing any form of mistreatment, we want to hear from you. We can visit the facility in question to determine if your loved one is receiving an adequate standard of care.
New York has a complicated set statute of limitations that encapsulates all forms of personal injury law. For a motor vehicle accidents and falls, for example, you have three years from the date of the collision to move forward with a civil action under New York Civil Practice Laws & Rules § 214. The rules differ depending on whether the party or entity to be sued is private or governmental.
For a medical malpractice case, you usually have two years and six months from the discovery of your injuries, or from when the healthcare provider last administered treatment under New York Civil Practice Laws & Rules § 214-A.
These timelines can be difficult to grasp, and certain conditions may extend or shorten your window of action. Speaking with a legal professional can provide more insight into New York’s statutes of limitations.
You have certain protections under New York law that may allow you to pursue compensation following an accident. At Dansker & Aspromonte Associates, we believe that you have the right to seek reimbursement for your losses caused by another party’s negligence.
To start your free case review, call a New York personal injury lawyer with Dansker & Aspromonte Associates at (212) 732-2929.