Personal Injury Attorney Huntington NY

When you suffer an injury at the hands of another, you probably have several questions about your legal options.

If you’re looking for Huntington lawyers you can count on, you need some with both knowledge and experience.

At the Law Offices of Theodore A. Naima, we have represented thousands of victims injured due to the negligence of another.

Injuries That Justify a Personal Injury Claim

Not all injuries require a claim or legal action. However, there are a few signs that filing a claim may be the right choice.

If your injury interferes with your day-to-day life, causes you to miss work, or involves substantial medical bills, you may benefit from contacting a Huntington lawyer.

Injuries that commonly fit these qualifiers include, but are not limited to:

  • Lacerations,
  • Ligament or muscle tears,
  • Fractured bones,
  • Internal bleeding,
  • Organ damage,
  • Spinal cord injuries,
  • Traumatic brain injuries,
  • Toxic chemical exposure,
  • Permanent disability, and
  • Disfigurement.

There are a variety of injuries that may result in financial, physical, and emotional difficulties. If someone’s negligence causes your injury, we highly recommend speaking with an attorney about your legal options.

Proving Negligence in a Personal Injury Case

The main question asked in most personal injury cases is whether the defendant acted negligently.

To prove negligence, you and your Huntington lawyer must show evidence supporting the following:

  • The defendant had a duty of care—Depending on the situation, the defendant may be in a position where they’re responsible for any actions that bring harm to another. For example, doctors have a duty of care to keep their patients safe during treatment.
  • The defendant breached that duty—After proving the defendant had a duty, you must show that their actions breached that duty. For car accidents, this may be as simple as the defendant running a red light or committing another traffic violation.
  • The breach of duty caused your injuries—If the defendant breached their duty, you must prove that their actions directly led to your injuries. This may be as simple as your doctor failing to rule out pre-existing conditions.
  • You suffered damages—Finally, after showing that the defendant’s actions caused your injury, you need to provide evidence of damages. This aspect of the case often requires adding up injury-related expenses, such as medical bills, lost wages, and more.

Several pieces of evidence may help establish a defendant’s negligence. This includes photographs from the scene, medical documents, witness testimony, and other items depending on the nature of the case.

Ted Naima is an attorney who can help you collect this evidence and apply it to your claim.

Why Choose Our Huntington Lawyer

At the Law Offices of Theodore A. Naima, we understand how devastating any personal injury can be.

Whether you sustain a serious injury or lose a family member due to another person’s negligence, you need someone to fight for you.

Ted Naima has more than 20 years of experience representing victims in numerous types of personal injury cases, including:

From day one, Ted works with clients one-on-one, getting to know their story and their needs.

His goal is to determine the full extent of your damages and pursue the compensation you need to recover. Ted has many satisfied clients who are willing to share their experiences.

Call the Team at the Law Offices of Theodore A. Naima Today

If you or a loved one sustains an injury due to another negligent party, you need a personal injury attorney with results.

Call us today at (516) 980-2509 or contact us online to discuss your case. If you can’t visit one of our offices, Ted will come to you and provide a free, confidential consultation.

The information provided on this page speaks in general terms. Of course, there are often exceptions that apply in certain situations. For a complete list of all exceptions please consult the Consolidated Laws of New York. Attorney Naima is also happy to answer any questions you have about your injuries or ability to pursue a claim against the responsible party.