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What makes the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP different from other personal injury law firms on Long Island?
You have an important decision to make when selecting the right law firm to help you with your case. At Cohen & Jaffe, we believe that you will appreciate our credentials, our approach and the outcome:
Record of results — Our attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience in personal injury litigation. They have recovered millions of dollars for clients and they will vigorously pursue every dollar you deserve.
Medical knowledge — Richard Jaffe is a trained EMT (emergency medical technician). He has a real feel for the pain and trauma his clients have experienced, and an in-depth understanding of the medical aspects of your case.
‘Little’ things that are BIG to you — We understand that a personal injury case is not just about money. It’s about putting your life back together and becoming “whole” again. We help with the day-to-day issues such as finding the right doctors, repair or replacement of your vehicle, and dealing with persistent insurance adjusters.
Availability and attention — We take pride in being available to our clients. You can expect your calls to be answered within 24 hours and you can expect to talk to your lawyer when you have questions or concerns. Clients have Richard Jaffe’s cellphone number for urgent issues night or day.
Straight-talk and frequent updates — We don’t feed clients false hopes or inflated promises. We don’t keep clients in the dark. Our lawyers provide a frank assessment of the merits of your case and the value of your claims. We also keep you informed about developments in your case.
Determination to seek the compensation you deserve — Attorneys who never go to trial are not taken seriously by insurance companies. We are prepared to take your case to a jury to get justice, and we pursue compensation from all parties who may be liable.
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