Frequently Asked Questions

When you are faced with a legal issue or a have question regarding the laws around a personal injury accident, let the leading personal injury law firm in New York help you. Please call Latos Latos & Associates at (888) 400-0039 or submit a request using our free consultation form.
A personal injury is a serious harmful act to a person or persons as a result of someone else’s negligence. Personal injury law can involve many types of accidents including truck accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, product liability, premises liability, workplace injuries and accidents, spinal cord and brain injuries, pharmaceutical negligence, amputations, wrongful death, failure to diagnose cancer, birth and neonatal injuries, toxic torts, and child abuse.
If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or you have been injured at work and wish to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney, Latos Latos & Associates will evaluate your case at no cost to you or your family and help you to determine whether you have a personal injury case.
After an injury or an accident, most victims worry about how they will pay their medical bills. Depending on your case, there are different answers to this question. Your auto or health insurance may cover your medical costs, or you may have to rely on the at-fault party’s insurance carrier. In any case, the best course of action is to speak with an attorney at our firm to discuss your options. Our initial consultations are free, so you can feel comfortable coming to speak with a personal injury lawyer at our firm about your concerns. The personal injury lawyers at Latos Latos & Associates would be happy to talk to you about your potential case. You can reach the attorneys at Law by calling (888)-400-0039 or by completing the free consultation form. We will evaluate your case free of charge. We do not collect a fee unless we win your case.
Latos Latos & Associates represents injured persons and their families in personal injury and wrongful death cases, providing legal representation in New York. If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or involved in an accident at work, you should contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. The statue of limitations, which refers to the time period that legal action is allowed, may begin at the time of the injury in personal injury cases. An experienced lawyer at Latos Latos & Associates can help you decide if your claim is valid.
Until all the information on your injuries is available and all the facts of your case are known, the value of your claim is unknown. Attorneys are prohibited by state Bar Association rules from promising that they will obtain a certain amount of money for you. If an Attorney promises you that he or she will win a certain amount of money, report the attorney to the Bar Association in your state. It is an ethical violation for an attorney to predict the outcome of a case as an inducement to you to become a client.
Personal Injury Victims are entitled to recover money damages for all losses and expenses they incur as a result of an accident. The following is a partial list.
  1. Medical Bills
  2. Lost Wages (including overtime)
  3. Pain & Suffering
  4. Physical Disability
  5. Disfigurement
  6. Permanent Scars
  7. Emotional Trauma
  8. Mental Anguish
  9. Loss of Enjoyment
  10. Loss of Love and Affection
  11. Embarrassment
  12. Mental Disability
  13. Property Damages
  14. All out of pocket expenses
Yes you can be reimbursed for other non-medical bills, such as property damage bills, transportation expenses, car rental bills, towing and storage charges, hiring of extra help, including domestic help, landscapers or drivers. All of your bills should be paid by check or you should obtain and keep receipts.
Some law firms, including Latos Latos & Associates, operate on a contingent fee basis. When a contingency fee retainer is used, the client is charged a fee based on a fixed percentage of the settlement. The client has two options: (1) to pay for their case expenses upfront; (2) or they may decide that the law firm will pay their expenses and the client remains responsible for the expenses upon the conclusion of the matter. The manner in which the legal fee is calculated depends upon which option the client chooses. Your attorney will review your retainer with you in detail before you sign it.

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