Empowering Individuals (518) 308-8339

New York Personal Injury Lawyers

A Guide to New York Injury Law

New York State personal injury law is varied and complex, covering a wide range of potential cases.  If you have been injured, have lost a family member or loved one, or are the parent of an injured child in New York, we strongly suggest that you explore the pages on this site to learn about the rights that you and your family may have in New York. 

We have represented many people in similar situations, and have a proven record of not only achieving very favorable results, but of providing our clients with answers and peace of mind during what is often one of life's most difficult situations.  We are happy to sit down and talk with you about your potential case.

New York Personal Injury Topics

An Overview of a New York Personal Injury Lawsuit

New York Personal Injury FAQ's

The legal process in New York.

Types of damages in New York.

Who is responsible in New York for my injuries?

Types of Injury Cases.

Local personal injury information

Big Firm Experience in a Small Firm Setting in New York

Injury cases in one locale are different than in another, and this makes it critical to hire an attorney who is experienced in the particular jurisdiction where your injury case will be based.  At D'Orazio Peterson our large firm experience gave us experience litigating complex lawsuits throughout New York State, and in particular in New York's Capital Region State and Federal Courts.

We have represented clients in many different types of personal injury cases, including car accidents, nursing home abuse and negligence, construction site accidents, truck accidents, dog bites injuries, slip and fall accidents, wrongful death, hospital errors, medication overdoses, missed or late cancer diagnoses, medical malpractice, drowning and swimming pool accidents, sexual assault and more.  We have an excellent track record of achieving great results for our clients, and as importantly for helping our clients achieve a sense of closure in very difficult situations. 

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our list and receive weekly updates about the law (we promise it won't be boring, and we don't share your information with anyone).

Sign up

* indicates required
Email Format

Menu