FAQ

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Statute of Limitation for my case?

For Personal Injuries cases, such as motor vehicle accidents, the Statute of Limitation is 3 years from the date of the accident in New York, Washington D.C. and Maryland. There are different statute of limitations for different types of cases and different jurisdictions. Consult us immediately after an accident so we can make sure that everything that you need is done before the Statute of Limitation runs out.

What is a Virtual Law Firm?

A Virtual law Firm is the same as any other law firm, except for more flexibility that we offer to our clients. We come to our clients wherever they are or set up virtual appointments whichever is more convenient for our clients. Our business is set up in the State of New York and we are based in Garden City. We also service clients in New York City. Give us a call to set up an appointment.

How much is my case worth?

There are several factors in determining the worth of your case. Among other things, it includes your injuries, the damage to your vehicle, the pain and suffering you experienced and loss of income. Contact us so we can assess your case and make sure that you don’t settle your case for anything less than what it’s worth.

When should I go to the Doctor?

Immediately go to the doctor after an accident. Make sure that you ask for a doctor’s note after your visit. Give us a call after the accident to make sure the we lead you to the right path moving forward.

What is a Summary Judgment Motion?

In some instances, cases are brought before the court where there are no material issues of fact and the case should be dismissed in favor of one party. This means that the case should be dismissed or ruled in favor of one party before trial. Because proceeding to trial would be a waste of the courts time and resources. It has been held that “Where there are no material and triable issues of fact, the motion for summary judgment should be granted. The party making the motion for summary judgment must make a prima facie showing of entitlement of to judgment as a matter of law by offering sufficient evidence to demonstrate the absent of any material issue of fact and the party must do so by tender.” Mangar v. Kearney Supreme Court of New York January 26, 2022