Frequently Asked Questions

It is not necessary to retain legal counsel if you have been injured due to the reckless or negligent behavior of another party. However, you could be facing months to years to a lifetime of medical treatment as a result of your injuries. With the help of an experienced and aggressive attorney, you could receive full compensation for medical costs. Insurance companies are also likely to have experienced legal teams ready and eager to fight vigorously against your claim in order to lessen the amount of money they would have to pay out to an injured client. You deserve to have your rights protected and by hiring an attorney in Garber Legal you are guaranteed a more fair fight against insurance companies whose goal is to pay out the least possible amount of money to their clients. Call Garber Legal today to book your free consultation.

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Most, if not all personal injury attorneys work on contingency bases. The attorney gets a portion of the money collected for you, meaning the lawyer only gets paid when they win your case. Lawyers usually charge a one-third (33 1/3%) of the settlement or judgment and get nothing if you get nothing. Call Garber Legal today to book a free consultation.

Whether or not you should file a personal injury lawsuit depends heavily on the circumstances of your accident and injury. If the other person, company, or organization was clearly at fault, filing a lawsuit to recover damages may be a good idea. However, you should be sure to discuss your situation with an experienced NYC personal injury attorney before taking any action. Call Garber Legal today for a free consultation and to find out whether you will be successful in pursuing litigation.

Yes. There are many independent companies that offer cash advances to assist you and your family during these difficult times. However, the terms and conditions, including the interest rates, must be disclosed, closely reviewed and approved by you. Call Garber Legal today for a free consultation and to find out how we can help you.

Every case must be filed within the statute of limitations, which is a fixed period of time after an incident during which a case must be filed. Victims lose the ability to recover for their injuries if they do not file their case within the statute of limitations. For instance, many injury cases have a three year statute of limitations, which may be subject to certain exceptions. However, for actions against a municipality in New York, a notice of claim usually must be filed within 90 days of an injury. To determine the statute of limitations in your case, contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible after an accident. A knowledgeable attorney will be able to determine the applicable statute of limitations and provide advice on how you should proceed. Call Garber Legal today for a free consultation to find out how we can help you.

Absolutely, very rarely does and negligence case is 100% fault of any one’s party. New York is a comparative negligence state. Meaning, you can still recover in a case where you were partially at fault. Contact Garber Legal today for a free consultation to find out how strong your case is.

Whatever form or name, if the contract meets legal requirements, and is signed by both parties, it will be legally binding. Having an attorney review a contract can help prevent problems from arising. You don’t want to discover that you have signed away important rights, failed to include important protections, or failed to receive what you expected. Hiring an attorney before you sign any contract is less expensive than hiring a lawyer after you have signed, and something goes wrong. Hiring a lawyer is also extremely beneficial in regards to getting advice on the tax consequences, making sure that your rights are protected, to make sure that the contract is not overly favoring one side over the other, and to advise you on other fields of interest that the contract may touch upon though may not mention so clearly. Contact a lawyer at Garber Legal today for a free consultation about your real estate transactions.