& PERSONAL INJURY
If you have suffered serious injury or a loved one has been severely injured or died because of healthcare provider malpractice in New York, the attorneys at Law Offices of William Cafaro can help you determine whether you have grounds to pursue a medical malpractice claim.
Personal injury cases usually involve physical injury caused by someone’s negligence. If someone else’s negligence causes serious or catastrophic injury, victims may collect damages from the responsible parties, or from their insurance companies, for the harm they caused.
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Aggressive Representation and Personalized Service
Our attorneys believe in representing the client’s cause very aggressively. As our client, you can expect a very high level of personalized service.
Select Personal Injury Cases
The firm accepts a small number of major injury cases, and works with a network of other highly experienced independent practitioners. Bill Cafaro is a respected veteran trial lawyer with a proven track record who does major injury trials for other attorneys on a very selective basis.
Dedication to thorough research and preparation of each case has given our attorneys a notable record of successful case results. In order to maintain quality legal services, the firm is extremely selective about the injury and medical malpractice cases we will accept.
Maximum Possible Recovery is Our Goal
Rather than settling early or turning cases over quickly, our goal is always to obtain the maximum recovery possible. This permits the luxury of taking more time than any other law firm to explore our client’s background, personality and employment history, and to speak to those people who could potentially be valuable witnesses at trial.
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