Over 75 Years Of Legal Excellence In
Personal Injury Law

Holding Police Accountable Through Dedicated Legal Advocacy For The Injured

Police departments and other government agencies are not above the law. When they violate citizens’ rights, resulting in wrongful convictions or physical injuries, they can and should be held accountable.

Kelner & Kelner Esqs is an experienced personal injury law firm with the ability, resources and strength to take on police injustice. If you have been seriously injured or a loved one was tragically killed, we will bring all of our considerable legal weight to bear to bring you justice through a civil lawsuit against the police.

Kelner & Kelner Esqs proudly represents clients throughout New York’s five boroughs: Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island.

Premier New York City Civil Rights And Personal Injury Lawyers

In high-profile and complex cases involving the New York Police Department (NYPD) and other government agencies, you need a lawyer who is experienced and capable. From handling press to preparing for trial, the high stakes involved mean that your attorney should have extensive knowledge of the law and considerable courtroom skill.

Kelner & Kelner Esqs has achieved some of the highest personal injury verdicts and settlements in New York. Our lawyers have been named to the Super Lawyers list, and Robert Kelner, Gail Kelner and Josh Kelner have written extensively on personal injury matters in legal publications and frequently lecture on emerging personal injury topics to other attorneys.

Set Up A Free Consultation Today. No Fee Unless We Are Successful.

If you were injured because of police brutality or another kind of police misconduct, contact us online or call (212) 235-1027 today. Your initial consultation is absolutely free, and because we work on a contingency fee basis, we do not get paid unless we are successful in your claim.

We represent clients throughout the New York City five boroughs, Nassau County, Westchester County and the surrounding area.