New York Personal Injury Law Firm Office

Kelner & Kelner is located in New York City and is proud to represent clients from all five boroughs. With more than 75 years of experience, our firm has become a trusted legal resource throughout the state. Throughout our history, we have dedicated our resources to helping clients injured in serious accidents involving cars, trucks, motorcycles, construction sites and medical negligence.

About New York

With a population of 8.4 million people spread out across the five boroughs – Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island — New York City is a densely populated area. Each of the five boroughs, as well as the countless neighborhoods contained within, boasts a unique personality, attitude and aura. Additionally, different boroughs contain different sports teams, tourist attractions and histories – so much so, in fact, that many people consider them completely separate entities.

Home to numerous skyscrapers, bridges and architectural marvels that are recognized the world over, New York City is a destination for tourists and those wishing to relocate alike.

Do You Have A Personal Injury Case?

To discuss your case and learn more about the legal process of monetary recovery, we encourage you to schedule a free consultation at our office. Call (212) 425-0700 to set up an appointment.

Kelner & Kelner
7 World Trade Center
250 Greenwich Street Suite 2700
New York, NY 10007

Telephone: (212) 425-0700

$40,000,000 Verdict- Truck Accident / Wrongful Death

A commercial truck struck an overpass causing the container to separate from the truck and fly through the front of our client’s vehicle, which resulted in the death.

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$36,000,000 Verdict- Subway Accident

A 19 year old man was struck by a New York City subway train. He was paralyzed as a result of the accident and was awarded one of New York’s largest verdicts.

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$27,000,000 Verdict- Construction Accident

A man in his 50’s fell off a latter at a construction site and sustained a brain injury. The case was tried in Manhattan Supreme Court.

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