Time Matters after an Accident

Motor vehicle accidents;

Pedestrian accidents;

Sidewalk related accidents;

Premises related accidents;

Construction related accidents.

We represent injured clients in the     following areas:

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Personal Injury | Jones & Black, P.C.

Our firm recognizes the responsibility of being chosen to represent the interests of persons who have sustained injury as a result of the negligence of another. We are committed to achieving the best results we can on each individual case.

An automobile or trucking accident can turn your life upside-down. Getting the justice you deserve depends on having the right lawyer fighting for your interests.

When you’ve been injured, your focus should remain on a speedy, complete recovery

Personal injury

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(631) 784-7820

If you were hit by someone without car insurance, don't worry. If you have insurance, your own insurance company may be obligated to pay you under the uninsured motorist provision of your policy. Likewise, if you are involved in an accident with a driver who does not have enough liability coverage on their policy, you may also be entitled to additional coverage under your policy.

At Jones & Black, P.C., we have represented clients suffering from soft tissue injuries, herniations, pinched nerves, torn ligaments, knee and shoulder injuries, fractures, back injuries and neck injuries after accidents with insured, uninsured, and underinsured drivers. We're experienced negotiators and litigators, and we're skilled at analyzing and presenting accident reconstruction evidence.

Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists

If you were injured in an auto accident, time matters. Consult an experienced attorney to protect your rights and get the right guidance. People are often concerned about their insurance rates going up after an auto accident. Don't worry: If your rates are going to go up, they will, regardless of whether you get the benefits to which you're entitled.

Just because you were told at the hospital that nothing was broken doesn't mean you weren't hurt. Many injuries cannot always be detected at the hospital. If you have pain, see a doctor. A board certified specialist can help you determine what is causing your pain.