Personal Injury

Imbesi Law P.C.’s Personal Injury Practice Group can assist in litigating an array of injury claims. 

Areas of Concentration
We act for individuals who have been injured in a variety of unfortunate circumstances such as automobile accidents, slips and falls, marine or aviation occurrences and doctors’ negligence. Catastrophic injuries are our area of focus, including spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and chronic pain.

Dealing with medical professionals and insurance companies can be confusing and challenging. Whether it is completing insurance documents, arranging for appointments with specialists, obtaining reports, finding a rehabilitation specialist or preparing you for legal proceedings, you can count on us for comprehensive assistance during every stage of the process.

Our lawyers have experience at all levels of court and are skilled in alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as arbitration, mediation and negotiation which reduces the cost of litigation. We also work closely with highly qualified experts in the fields of accident reconstruction, medicine and rehabilitation.

Benefits to You
When you or a loved one has been injured, your focus should be on recovering your health and peace of mind. Allow us to take care of the myriad details that go into preparing the claim to your insurer or in preparing your case for trial.

The attorneys have experience not only in acting for injured plaintiffs but also as insurance defense counsel.  This varied experience gives us a unique ability to assess your case from the other side of the table and predict where the real issues in any case will lie. Combining this with our hardworking, team-based philosophy, you can rely on us to see your case from all angles, make sure you have the information you need and collaborate with you to achieve the best possible outcome.

Recent Resources

  1. 18 Wheels of Danger: Avoiding a Tractor-Trailer Crash, November, 2013
  2. What To Do If You’re Involved In a Motor Vehicle Crash, October, 2013
  3. Replace ‘Prudent’ With ‘Careful’ New York Law Journal August, 2012


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