Over 75 Years Of Legal Excellence In
Personal Injury Law

Answering Your Personal Injury Questions

Kelner & Kelner Esqs is a New York firm focusing on personal injury suits. Our clients come to us after catastrophic injuries. Our experience and track record give us access to some of the most cutting-edge legal techniques and resources for our cases, and our success speaks to our ability. We have obtained more than $1 billion in compensation for our clients. You can trust us to work professionally and engage with you on a personal level.

We understand that you are probably overwhelmed. You or a loved one is in pain and you need help. We have answers. Below are some of the most common questions our clients ask. For more detailed information or answers to questions on your specific case, you can call our office directly at (212) 235-1027 or send us a confidential email.

What Is Personal Injury?

Personal injury lawsuits are a legal remedy that holds negligent parties accountable for others’ injuries. That means that if you are hurt because someone was not paying attention or not doing what he or she was supposed to do, you can file a claim for the cost of your medical expenses, your inability to work and other costs that result from your injury.

What Types Of Injuries Qualify?

Though many types of injuries qualify for a personal injury suit, Kelner & Kelner Esqs focuses on the most serious injuries. We take on cases involving brain damage, limited mobility and paralysis, and wrongful death. If your injury is changing your life and circumstances, call our office. We will evaluate your claim.

Why Should I File A Personal Injury Suit?

Many people cannot afford serious medical expenses; they bankrupt families. A personal injury suit can help keep your family afloat and provide closure for your injury.

What If Insurance Has Already Offered Me A Settlement?

You need to make sure a lawyer reviews the offer before you accept. Insurance companies typically undervalue the needs of the injured. Our attorneys will help make sure that you have access to the medical care you need and that your insurance settlement values your care long term.