Law Offices of Daniel Santiago, LLC are aggressive personal injury attorneys who pride themselves on fighting for New Jersey and New York residents. Doing so means seeking the maximum amount of appropriate damages from the liable party on behalf of our client in each case.
Damages are ordered by courts in order to compensate victims of personal injuries for their medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses. Many courts also view damage awards as a way to effectively punish a party for its injurious actions. While damages may not in all cases fully compensate a person for his or her pain and suffering, lost wages, and other expenses or make the trauma of the event go away, many victims still find that receiving financial damages from the liable party helps ease the suffering caused by the injury. Our dedicated personal injury attorneys help ensure that you receive whatever solace you can through the legal system.
Many people who suffer personal injuries caused by other parties wonder whether they have grounds to file a lawsuit. The plain answer is that only experienced personal injury attorneys can say for sure. Law Offices of Daniel Santiago have successfully handled hundreds of personal injury claims and will be glad to review the facts of your injury case before advising you as to your legal rights.
The Law Offices of Daniel Santiago’s personal injury attorneys can help people in New Jersey and New York in a variety of ways. In the days after you suffer a personal injury, our attorneys can direct you to professionals who can provide proper medical treatment, such as physical therapy, via our extensive network of contacts. Our experienced attorneys can handle all the necessary investigation and legal work to ensure that your rights are protected.
Filing a personal injury lawsuit is not the time to cut corners. It is imperative that you hire competent legal counsel to handle your case. Our firm’s experienced personal injury attorneys help injured people to obtain the highest damages awards allowed.