Westchester County Personal Injury Attorney

At Fiedler Deutsch, LLP, our attorneys represent the injured throughout Westchester County, New York. We are passionate about helping you recover the compensation you need after sustaining a personal injury caused by someone else’ negligence or misconduct. 

Personal injury cases are rarely straightforward, and can involve legal complications and various tactics by insurance companies that are difficult to sort out on your own. Our personal injury attorneys understand that, and are here to support you in every way we can. We provide you with the resources you need for recovery, handle the time-consuming legal responsibilities of your case, and fight for maximum compensation on your behalf.

For a free consultation, contact our attorneys at Fiedler Deutsch, LLP.

Why Fiedler Deutsch, LLP?

How Can an Attorney Help?

An attorney will give your case the time and attention it deserves, and help you receive the compensation you need to recover from your injuries. At Fiedler Deutsch, LLP, we take care of everything, from investing your accident, lining up the right experts, building a strong case, to covering all expenses related to the case. Often, simply hiring an attorney is enough to make an insurance company treat you fairly. However, if they still do not arrive at a fair settlement, we are always prepared to take the case to trial, and fight for you. 

Types of Injury Cases

Our attorneys at Fiedler Deutsch, LLP have over 50 combined years of experience working personal injury cases. Our practice areas cover any personal injury that was caused by the negligence of another person. This person could be a medical professional, manufacturer, driver, or employer. 

We handle injury cases involving:

If you do not see your case listed above, contact our law firm for more information. 

How Much Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Charge?

Our attorneys provide a free consultation to discuss your case, and work cases on a contingency fee. This means you do not have to pay any fees until after our attorneys have successfully helped you reach a settlement, judgment or verdict. 

Are There Time Limits on New York Personal Injury Cases?

The time limit, or statute of limitations is three years for most personal injury cases in New York.  This means that you are required, by law, to file a lawsuit or personal injury claim within three years after the injury occurred. However, it is always best to verify the statute of limitations for your specific case early on. 

We understand that this can be a stressful and emotionally straining time, so if you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact us. We will help you figure out the deadline for your specific case and help you through the process, from start to end.

Compensation in a Personal Injury Case

In a personal injury case, you could recover compensation for your economic and non-economic damages. While economic damages help you recover the more tangible losses from an injury, such as lost earnings, non-economic damages are just as important. Non-economic damages are more difficult to measure, and attempt to compensate you for the physical and emotional distress caused by the injury. 

A monetary award cannot make up for what happened to you or turn back time, but we hope that it will provide you with the financial stability, peace of mind, and overall support and accessibility to resources you need to recover from your injury and move forward with your life.

Economic damages can include:

Non-economic damages can include:

Contact Our Personal Injury Attorneys in Westchester County, NY

We understand that you are going through a lot right now, and we are here to support you in every way that we can. Our personal injury attorneys at Fiedler Deutsch, LLP are committed to each of our clients, and use our resources, experience and skill sets to leave no stone unturned. 

Our goal is to help you recover maximum compensation for your injuries, while also, holding the party responsible for your injury financially liable for their wrongdoing or negligence. 

Call (914) 993-0393 anytime for a free consultation in Westchester County, New York.