The office of Jeffrey G. Lerman practices law in Mineola, New York.
Do you have an accounts receivable problem? We can help you, your office or business. If you are a healthcare provider, hospital/physician, or you are employed with a healthcare provider or healthcare billing company, or you are simply a company or individual owed money, we invite you to our website. Our entire staff is dedicated to helping clients with their legal matters regarding: -Credit Services -Collections -Account Receivables -Litigation Our areas of practice also include: -Long Island Personal Injury -Automobile Accidents Cases -Slip and Fall Cases
170 Old Country Road, Suite 600
Mineola NY 11501
Personal Injury Lawsuits in Long Island: Personal injury lawyers associated with the Law Office of Jeffrey G. Lerman, P.C. on Long Island explain what people can expect from the personal injury litigation process and proceedings. What can you expect when you are considering a personal injury lawsuit? First, retain an experienced personal injury lawyer A personal injury lawyer: The attorney you choose to represent you should have extensive experience litigating personal injury cases in your jurisdiction. A general practice or lawyer who specializes in a different area of practice may not be as acquainted with New York injury laws and know the ins and outs of filing civil cases on Long Island or New York City. Interview two or three attorneys and be sure to ask if they have experience handling cases similar to yours. After you have carefully selected a personal injury attorney to represent you and checked the attorney's credentials and references, it is time to get working on your case. We invite you to come to our office for a consultation, free of charge or obligation. Let's discuss your case including your rights and remedies as well as our course of strategy. Second, bring everything pertaining to your injury to your lawyer. Everything relating to your injury should be presented to your Long Island personal injury lawyer and preserved as evidence for your lawsuit. These items include: -Your detailed account of what happened -Police report -Photos and videos taken at the accident scene -Property damage estimates or receipts -Medical reports -Medical and other expenses related to your injury -Contact information for anyone involved in the injury or accident -Responsible person or entity -Insurance companies -Witnesses -Police called to the scene Third, be involved with your personal injury case. Your attorney will expect you to follow the advice of any medical professionals involved in your case. For example, not attending physical therapy sessions or refusing to take prescribed medication will weaken your case. Your personal injury attorney may enlist financial and medical experts to review your case and advise him or her on how much the injury has caused you financially and physically. Take a proactive step in the lawsuit process by following up when you are supposed to and presenting information when requested. Fourth, listen to your personal injury attorney's advice. The responsible party and the insurance companies may offer you a settlement before your case goes to trial. Your attorney will negotiate on your behalf. If a settlement is reached out of court or resolved through mediation/arbitration, the time involved with a lengthy lawsuit can be avoided. Your attorney will not make any decisions without your consent.
-Automobile Accidents and Injuries
-Slip and Fall
-Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries
-1981, New York
-1988, U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York
-1997, U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Claims Court
Hofstra University, J.D.
-New York State Bar Association
-Nassau County Bar Association
-New York State Trial Lawyers Association
-The Association of Trial Lawyers of America
-National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys
-Commercial Lawyers Conference Collections Bar.
-Listed in Who's Who Among American Universities and Colleges.
-Pi Gamma Mu.
Place of birth:
Glen Cove, New York