The Orlow Firm

71-18 Main Street, New York 11367, New York, Queens County, United States

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Were you injured in an accident in New York?

Were you injured in an accident in New York?

Call the The Orlow Firm's New York car accident lawyers, we will get you maximum compensation for your pain and suffering. You should never accept the offer of settlement from an insurance company, it's the adjusters job to pay you as little as possible. Hiring The Orlow Firm we will help estimate all of the expenses relating to your accident including medical bills, car repairs, loss of income, loss of future income and much more. We will negotiate on your behalf to get you the maximum compensation that you deserve. 

The Orlow Firm has offices in Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx and Manhattan for your convenience. If you're unable to come to us, we can come to you. Our office ours are 9am-5pm but if you're unable to meet with us during these hours, our attorneys will make themselves available at a time that is convenient to you. In addition to aggressively representing you, we go above and beyond your expectations to make sure you are treated with the compassion and respect that you deserve. 

The Orlow Firm's New York personal injury lawyers also represent victims of many different types including:

  • Personal Injury including wrongful death, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, back injuries, neck injuries, shoulder injuries and more. 
  • Auto accidents including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents and more.
  • Workers compensation cases with third party negligence including construction accident injuries. 
  • Our premises liability experts include slip and fall lawyers, retail store injuries and more.
  • And much more including police misconduct, sexual abuse victims, nursing home abuse and lead poisoning cases.



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71-18 Main Street, New York 11367, New York, Queens County, United States
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