With Personal Injury Cases & Only Personal Injury Cases for a combined 62 years.
Personal Injury Lawyer in Brooklyn, Staten Island & NYC
Getting You The Compensation You Deserve
When you or somebody you care about has been injured in an accident, your bottom line is getting justice by getting the compensation you deserve so you can heal — while also ensuring financial security for you and your family. At Bisogno & Meyerson, LLP, that is our bottom line, too. Since 1994, we have served personal injury clients in Brooklyn. Our law firm has helped secure some of the largest settlements in New York, including a $10 million verdict for an injured construction worker and $4 million for a man assaulted at a shopping mall. But while we have […]
Focused on Delivering Results
Because our practice is focused on serving the injured, we can concentrate all our skills, experience and resources on doing whatever it takes to maximize your recovery of damages. That means if you were hurt in a car crash, as your auto accident lawyers, we seek out every potentially liable party — including not just the driver, but also parts manufacturers, maintenance providers, even the government agency responsible for road design and construction. No detail is too small, no question too insignificant, and no case or adversary too large for us to tackle. Yet, while we are tough on liable […]
Contact us today to schedule a free consultation… and remember if we don’t win, you don’t pay
No matter how or where you are injured in New York, if negligence is the cause, we are the solution. Our lawyers are tenacious and unyielding. Fearless in the courtroom, tireless on your behalf! Whether you have been involved in an auto accident in Long Island or need help with a medical malpractice issue in White Plains, we are here for you. Our dedication has helped us obtain millions of dollars of compensation for our clients. And we have succeeded even when facing opposition from big insurance companies, multinational corporations and the City of New York. We never forget that […]