Personal injury law exists to help people who have suffered a loss, whether that means injury or death through the negligence of others. It offers the chance for people to rebuild their lives. In many cases, it can literally be a life saver; no one should have to suffer or experience a lower quality life due to the negligence of someone else.
The reality is that when every pay check matters and the negligence, carelessness and egregious errors of another party has caused personal injury and suffering, an experienced team of attorneys is invaluable.
Murray L. Greenfield & Associates has over 30 years of experience fighting for their clients, enabling them to recover from their losses so that they can find relief from medical expenses, disability and inability to work.
More often than not, these periods in life are emotional, difficult and stressful. Hiring a team of lawyers who have settled thousands of cases favorably for their clients can remove an immense burden, ensuring that they get the compensation they deserve and allowing the injured to focus on what is really important: getting better.
Murray L. Greenfield & Associates Specialize in the following Practice areas. Click on each one to learn more.
Debilitating injury or death can result from a motor vehicle accident caused by driver fatigue as well as intoxicated, reckless or distracted driving. Click here to learn more.
Premises liability can involve faulty sidewalks, stairways or handrails as well as fire, dog bites and swimming pool accidents. Click here to learn more.
Any work related injury and/or inability to receive benefits is a serious legal matter and requires immediate attention. Click here for more.
Personal injury is a broad term that can include a number of injuries and types of loss. Click here to learn more.
Medical Malpractice includes the neglect and/or wrongful death of an individual seeking professional medical care. Click here to learn more.
Nursing home abuse and neglect involves harm for anyone under the care of a nursing home, hospice or adult care facility. Click here to learn more.
If you can no longer work, Social Security Disability benefits are your lifeline. Click here to learn more.