Each year, thousands of New Yorkers are involved in accidents that lead to all types of injuries, including fractured and broken bones, joint and ligament damage, head, neck and brain injuries, burns and organ damage, all of which can have long lasting consequences. On the long road to recovery, it takes a dedicated personal injury attorney to find justice.Scroll Down
Being injured in an accident is a dreadful experience and even more so when the negligent or reckless conduct of another is the cause. In addition to pain and suffering, many injury victims are left with long-lasting emotional and financial burdens.
Located in Brewster, New York, the law office of Michael Logiudice fights for the rights of accident victims in the greater New York area including Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Westchester, Putnam, and Dutchess, Nassau and Suffolk Counties. We leverage our knowledge in personal injury law and negotiating skills to help our clients receive just compensation.
Over his many years of practice, Attorney Michael Logiudice has helped thousands of New Yorkers recover millions of dollars in damages whether through negotiated settlements or at trial.
Unlike other law firms, our practice is dedicated exclusively to personal injury claims. Regardless of the size of a case, we are committed to providing each client with exceptional service. We are fierce advocates who aggressively pursue each claim. We work closely with our clients, are always available to answer questions and return all calls promptly. We focus on every detail in each case and fight to the obtain the maximum settlement.
The law office of Michael Logiudice routinely pursues cases against a wide range of negligent parties.
We are highly skilled negotiators with a proven track record of obtaining significant compensation for injury victims from insurance companies. We will not accept an unfair offer and make sure any award considers the future physical or emotional harm that you may suffer. If the insurer fails to make a fair offer, we are prepared to litigate the matter in court.
If you were injured in an accident, you may be entitled to meaningful compensation. Generally, two types of damages are awarded in a personal injury lawsuit – economic and noneconomic damages. Economic damages are designed to compensate an injury victim for financial losses such as past and future lost wages and medical expenses, including costs for doctors visits, surgery, hospital stays rehabilitative care, prescription medications, and assistive devices (crutches, braces, etc.) Noneconomic damages are awarded to compensate an injury victim for pain and suffering. Ultimately, recovering just compensation requires the skills that Mr. Logiudice is uniquely qualified to provide.
All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means you don’t pay attorney fees unless you receive a settlement. Recovering from an accident is challenging enough and you will have peace of mind knowing that you will pay nothing out of pocket to us. We will offer you compassion and knowledge and fight for your rights. If you were injured in an accident that was not your fault, call our office today for a free consultation.
Although injury claims are covered under New York’s no-fault law, insurance companies often try to settle for as little money as possible. We are committed to helping our clients obtain just compensation.
Because more people are riding bicycles today for pleasure and fitness , accidents have become increasingly common. While drivers and cyclists are both required to obey local and state traffic laws, an injured cyclist may be able to recover damages in an accident caused by a negligent driver.
Passengers on school buses, public buses, and chartered buses are injured in accidents that are often the result of mechanical failure, reckless driving, rollovers or collisions. Depending on the circumstances, we will pursue claims against responsible parties such as drivers, the carriers, manufacturers, and government agencies.
Construction work is inherently dangerous, however, workers have a right to a safe environment. We routinely pursue claims against negligent site owners, general and sub-contractors, architects and engineers, machinery or equipment manufacturers and insurers.
If you have been bitten by a dog, you may be able to recover damages, provided that you can show the dog had a propensity to be dangerous and the pet owner knew or should have known of the danger.
The physical toll of an accident can be devastating and many victims are left with catastrophic injuries. Although motorcyclists are often viewed unfavorably by the public, we believe injured bikers are entitled to just compensation from negligent drivers and/or manufacturers.
While pedestrians must exercise reasonable care for their own safety, claims can be brought against negligent drivers who violate state traffic laws and cause injuries or death.
State and federal laws are designed to protect consumers against defective or dangerous products, however, many New Yorkers are seriously injured by poorly designed or manufactured products each year. We believe manufacturers and distributors of dangerous products must be held accountable.
Property owners have a duty to provide a safe environment to visitors, but slip and fall accidents often lead to significant injuries. We routinely pursue claims against negligent residential and commercial property owners.
There are about 3,000 train accidents across the country each year, even though traveling by train is safer than many other forms of transportation. If you were injured on a commuter rail line, subway, or other railway, we can help you obtain meaningful compensation.
Even though the public is protected by state and federal truck safety laws, sharing the road with trucks and tractor trailers is dangerous. When collisions between trucks and passenger vehicles lead to devastating injuries, it is essential to have proper legal representation.
Losing a loved one is never easy, but even more of a burden when the death is caused by another’s reckless, negligent or malicious conduct. Money can’t replace a lost loved one, however, negligent parties must be held accountable.
Throughout my experience with Mike he always proved to be knowledgeable, responsive, and prepared. Mike took the time to walk through fine details with me at every turn and made sure I was comfortable with every decision being made. Easy going, relaxed, and calm, but firm, engaged, and fierce when required.
I have known Mike for over 30 years and I have benefited from his legal services with both personal and business matters. I've never known another lawyer more prepared, focused, or determined to produce the best outcomes. He has tremendous litigation skills and nothing seems to get in his way or distract him from his goal on a case. He is also one of the most ethical lawyers I have ever known.
I am so fortunate to have met attorney Michael LoGiudice. I originally hired a different firm that had the case for almost a year and didn't move the case forward. I than fired them and hired Michael. After a few short months, Michael settled my case. I highly recommend him for all of your legal matters.
Michael is one of the best attorneys I have ever met. He kept in touch with me every step of the process and even gave me his cell phone number. The settlement he obtained was much more than what I expected. If you are reading this, stop searching, you find the right lawyer.
I feel fortunate that a friend referred me to Michael LoGuidice when I needed legal advice for a complex corporate situation. At the time, my world was in turmoil and Michael was very kind and professional as he quickly assessed my situation and provided excellent feedback stemming from his extensive real world experiences.
Each personal injury case is unique, and the amount of a claim depends on many factors. However, you may be entitled to compensatory damages for pain and suffering, medical costs, lost wages, property damage and loss of future earnings.
Depending on the circumstances, you may also be able to recover punitive damages that are designed to punish the other party’s intentional or malicious conduct. While claims can often be settled through negotiations with insurers, we have the necessary skills and resources to litigate the matter in court if a fair and reasonable agreement cannot be reached.
Our firm routinely pursues claims against New York City agencies such as the NYC Housing Authority and the MTA, and other municipalities. It is important to note that in order to bring a lawsuit against a city, town, village, agency, or other government entity, it is necessary to file a notice of claim in writing within 90 days of the date of the accident. This document notifies the government that you intend to file a lawsuit and by filing a notice you give consent to undergo an examination by an independent medical professional.
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