Our top priority at Sackstein, Sackstein & Lee, LLP is the health and safety of our clients, staff and colleagues. Consequently, we are taking precautions to ensure healthcare priorities are met during this time of health crisis.
It is a difficult time for all of us, filled with uncertainty and concerns about health risks. In an effort to meet your needs, we are adhering to the protocols and guidelines laid out by the CDC and New York State health officials.
We stay up-to-date with health guideline changes as they are released and are vigilant about putting them into practice.
Social Distancing and Limiting In Person Meetings
We understand why people are being encouraged to travel as little as possible, to stay in their homes and avoid public gatherings. If you have legal concerns about personal injury or have been involved in an accident through no fault of your own, we are still available to help. We can still do phone conference calls and consultations, gather information and devise strategies to prepare your case.
If you come to our office for an in person interview, our attorneys and staff will apply social distancing, keeping contact to a minimum. Our law firm provides clean and spacious office areas in which to meet whenever necessary.
We are dedicated to handling your issues effectively and treating you with the respect and care you deserve. Our goal is to help keep you safe and well, while at the same time diligently meeting your legal needs.
Have You Suffered a Serious Physical Injury as a Result of Another’s Negligence?
If someone else’s negligence has resulted in a serious physical injury, you have legal recourse and are within your rights to take legal action. When we can prove another person’s negligence, compensating for medical bills and other damages are the legal responsibility of the culpable party. We can help you hold them accountable, and in doing so it may prevent someone else from suffering harm as well.
Our initial consultations are free. You owe no out-of-pocket expenses, and attorney fees are only owed when we recover compensation on your behalf through settlement or verdict.