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  • When individuals contact our firm — Newman, Anzalone & Newman, LLP — one of the first questions they ask is how long it will take for their cases to be resolved.

    We know that our clients want their cases resolved as quickly as possible. However, with more than 35 years of experience handling personal injury claims, we also know that achieving the results our clients deserve takes time. Our firm is based in Queens, and we represent accident victims throughout New York City.

    To learn more about how long your case will take, call 718-896-2700 to schedule a free, one-on-one consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.

    What Factors Influence How Long A Personal Injury Case Will Take?

    There is no set time frame for how long a case will take. Instead, the time frame for a personal injury case is based on several factors, including:

    • The insurance company and adjuster
    • The types of injuries and their expected healing times
    • Any additional surgeries that are required

    In general, taking a case to trial can make the process longer. However, in some situations, going to court is the only way to help our clients receive the full and fair compensation they need. In every case, our aggressive lawyers don't stop working until they have received a strong outcome.

    We Will Take Care Of You

    If you were injured in an accident that was caused by another person's negligence, you have already been the victim once. Don't be victimized again by choosing the wrong lawyer.

    When you contact our firm, we will make sure you are taken care of.

    Learn more about the superior counsel and service we provide clients at every step of the process by scheduling a free consultation. Complete our online form or call 718-896-2700 to find the answers you need.

  • What Happens After A Client Contacts The Firm?

    When you contact Newman, Anzalone & Newman, LLP, after an accident, our attorneys will guide you through the legal process and provide the superior counsel you need at every step. Since 1978, we have been providing individuals in Queens and throughout New York City with the guidance they need after an accident.

    After an accident, you should:

    • Talk to an attorney: If you are able, we recommend coming to our office for a free consultation. However, if you are injured and unable to make it here, we can send an investigator to meet with you.

    After you have contacted our firm, we will:

    • Gather evidence: We collect evidence to build a strong case for you. This includes reviewing evidence from the scene of the accident and the police report, and talking with any witnesses.
    • Give you updates: After we have gathered and reviewed all the information pertaining to your case, we will contact you to provide updates on your case and see how you are doing.
    • Investigate the facts: We notify the insurance companies and contact the at-fault parties.
    • Help with medical bills: We recognize the financial struggles our clients face when they receive medical bills. We review our clients' medical records and the significant costs they've faced, and we work with the insurance company to help ensure your bills are covered.
    • Contact you: Waiting for answers can be difficult — especially when your future and financial well-being are at stake. We keep our clients updated at every step of the process, helping ensure they always know what is happening.
    • Present a strong case: After collecting and analyzing evidence, we do not stop fighting until our clients have received the compensation to which they are entitled.

    How Is Newman, Anzalone & Newman Different Than Other Law Firms?

    Unlike some firms that churn through clients as quickly as possible, at Newman, Anzalone & Newman, LLP, we care about our clients, and we are committed to providing them with the counsel they need. This means we always provide our clients with honest assessments of their cases.

    We tell you what you need to know, not what you want to hear.

    We provide each client with an honest assessment of his or her situation. We educate clients about the strengths and weaknesses of their cases, and if clients have unrealistic expectations, we address that upfront. We work for you. We will give you our knowledge.

    Our Door Is Always Open

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