Have you been a victim of an assault which has caused injury? You may be entitled to financial compensation from the assaulter and the owner of the property where the assault took place. A free initial consultation with a highly experienced personal injury attorney at Palermo Tuohy Bruno, P.L.L.C., will determine whether you have a case or not. With over two decades of experience, our lawyers fight hard to protect your legal rights and get you the financial compensation you deserve. We have an aggressive stance on obtaining and protecting key evidence and information pertinent to your case. Our law firm has a proven track record of successfully recovering substantial financial damages for victims of assault and battery. And if we don’t win the case, you pay nothing.
New York State law limits the time you have to file a claim. Contact a Palermo Tuohy Bruno, P.L.L.C., Suffolk County Assault and Battery Lawyer/Nassau County Assault and Battery Lawyer to see if you have a claim as soon as possible! We handle all forms of assault including simple assault, assault with a weapon, sexual assault and rape.
Your attacker may not be the only person liable in your personal injury case. If the owner of the property (ie. a bar, hotel, venue, nightclub etc.) where the assault took place failed to keep you safe, they may be a liable party as well. A Palermo Tuohy Bruno, P.L.L.C., our assault attorneys will hold all liable parties to their knowledge accountable. They’ll ensure you’re fully compensated for all your losses. No one should be subjected to a violent environment. And no one with a personal injury claim should have to pay anything for their injuries or losses. Palermo Tuohy Bruno, P.L.L.C. will fight hard on your behalf, and on the off chance that we don’t win, there’s no cost to you. But we’re well known for our success; just take a look at some of our case results.
The plaintiff was raped by a wrongly released New York State Correctional Facility prisoner. A second co-plaintiff was raped and killed by the same person. The law firm tried the case jointly with another firm and obtained a total verdict for 5.5 million dollars. This was the first time the State of New York was held liable for injuries caused by an erroneously released prisoner.
The plaintiff was assaulted at a bar by an intoxicated individual. We pursued a case against the assaulter and the bar. The case was resolved at mediation for $450,000.
The plaintiff was assaulted in a hotel. We pursued a claim against both the assaulter and the hotel for negligent security. The case was settled prior to trial for $225,000.