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Video FAQ: What percentage of cases settle versus going to trial?

What percentage of cases settle versus going to trial?

In this new video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose discusses the benefits of the Hach & Rose, LLP strategy to prepare each case as if it will go to trial. Despite most cases being settled, the willingness to litigate each and every detail ensures each client receives the maximum compensation and award possible. If you’ve been injured in the state of New York, call (212) 779-0057 today to discuss your case with the Hach & Rose, LLP team.


Video FAQ: If I am injured on a construction site, am I limited to workers compensation benefits?

If I am injured on a construction site, am I limited to workers compensation benefits?

In this video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose explains how workers compensation is guaranteed in most employment circumstances. However, rights to additional compensation from third-parties that can also be held negligent are often forgotten. If you’re curious about the compensation you may be entitled to, call (212) 779-0057 today to discuss your personal injury case with the Hach & Rose, LLP team.


Video FAQ: Am I entitled to recover my out of pocket expenses?

Am I entitled to recover my out of pocket expenses?

In this video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose discusses the possibility of out-of-pocket expenses being recovered in a settlement. In almost all cases or settlements, competent and experienced lawyers will be able to recover expenses like prescription medication or treatment. Call (212) 779-0057 today to discuss your case with the Hach & Rose, LLP team, who can fight on your behalf to recover out-of-pocket expenses in an injury case.


Video FAQ: Can I bring a lawsuit if I am injured while working?

Can I bring a lawsuit if I am injured while working?

In this video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose discusses the different possible timelines for a case settlement. Relevant factors to consider are whether there are third-parties that could be held liable in addition to, or instead of, your employer. Call (212) 779-0057 to discuss your work-related injury claim today with the experienced Hach & Rose, LLP team.


Video FAQ: When will my case settle?

When will my case settle?

In this video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose discusses the different possible timelines for a case settlement. He emphasizes the variety of factors, including the actions of the defendants, that can be influential. Rose and the team at Hach & Rose, LLP have extensive experience helping cases receive a timely conclusion, so contact them at (212) 779-0057 to discuss your claim today.


FELA Cases are Negligence-Based

Whether representing injury victims or their families in wrongful death cases, New York train accident lawyers must prove negligence on the part of the railroad company. Courts base FELA cases on comparative negligence laws, which means plaintiffs may recover damages even if the court assigns a fault percentage to the plaintiff. For example, if the court determines that the plaintiff was 60 percent at fault for causing the accident, the plaintiff can still recover 40 percent of the damage amounts claimed. Recoverable damages in FELA cases include:

  • Lost wages (past, future, and insurance coverage)
  • Medical costs (past and future treatment)
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental distress
  • Permanent injury
  • Scarring or disfigurement

Video FAQ: If my spouse is killed in a wrongful death accident, do I have any rights?

If my spouse is killed in a wrongful death accident, do I have any rights?

In this new video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose discusses the sensitive topic of legal rights after the death of a spouse in a wrongful death accident. Fortunately, spouses and children have standing to bring a lawsuit.

If your loved one has passed away in a wrongful death accident in the state of New York, call (212) 779-0057 today to confidentially discuss your case with the Hach & Rose, LLP team.


Video FAQ: Does my health insurance carrier have a lien against the proceeds of my personal injury lawsuit?

In this video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose explains the complicated nature of health insurance carriers and personal injury lawsuit liens. Sometimes, health insurance companies are entitled to a lien against your personal injury lawsuit proceeds. Because of New York’s anti-subrogation rule, private insurance companies do not have the ability to collect lawsuit proceeds, under most circumstances though there are a few exceptions.

Recovering the money you deserve after a personal injury is complicated and requires an experienced lawyer. If you have been injured in New York and you are unsatisfied with your current legal representation’s understanding of complex issues such as health insurance liens, call our team at (212) 779-0057 today to discuss your case.


Video FAQ: How does labor law section 200 affect my construction injury claim?

In this video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose discusses how labor law section 200 provides legal protections for construction workers. In short, if you’ve received worker’s compensation benefits, you are not entitled to bring a claim against your employer. In return, owners and contractors are required to keep working conditions safe.

If you are a construction worker and you have been injured on the job, contact the Hach & Rose, LLP team at (212) 779-0057 today to discuss how your case might benefit from labor law section 200.


Video FAQ: Do I have to pay back medical liens at the conclusion of my personal injury lawsuit?

In this new video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney Michael Rose explains under what circumstances if any, medical liens must be paid back after a personal injury lawsuit. Liens can be used by healthcare facilities to stake a claim in future compensation from injury lawsuits. However, the circumstances of your lawsuit can alter which liens must be paid back.

If you’ve been injured in New York, you deserve an experienced lawyer that will fight for you to be properly compensated. Call the Hach & Rose, LLP team at (212) 779-0057 today to discuss your claim.


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