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Traumatic Injury Lawyers

We handle traumatic injury cases that arise from the negligence of others. Serious and life-altering injuries can result from automobile accidents and slip or trip and fall accidents. With aggressive legal action and data-focused investigations, our team helps those who need it most.

Successful Injury Cases Backed by Science

Through the use of expert witnesses, 3D modeling, and aggressive discovery depositions, we convince jurors to hold negligent landowners, property managers, and drivers accountable for the injuries they cause.

We Proudly Represent Members of the NYPD and FDNY

We handle first responder injury cases that arise from the negligence of others. We are honored to count members of the NYPD and FDNY as clients – and consider them our friends. When a firefighter or police officer is injured in the line of duty due to someone else’s negligence – because someone else (including the City of New York) made their job unreasonably dangerous – that injured member can bring a lawsuit to recover damages. Zaremba Brown represents those uniformed police officers and firefighters to ensure they receive the care and compensation they deserve.

Traumatic Injury

Featured Results

for a union affiliated motor vehicle accident victim
This client was injured when the vehicle he was driving was hit in the rear, causing permanent injuries.
jury verdict in a NYCTA case
We obtained $1,125,000 for a woman who sustained a leg injury when she fell in the “gap” while exiting a New York City Subway car. The plaintiff suffers from “RSD” due to the injury, and the defendant made no serious settlement offer before trial. The New York County Jury sided with our client and held the Transit Authority completely responsible for our client’s injury.
for the family of prominent news reporter
Zaremba Brown recently obtained a significant settlement on behalf of the Estate of Paul Smith and his wife. Paul Smith was a decorated veteran and helicopter pilot who manned ABC News\' \"Chopper 7\". Mr. Smith tragically died when he was struck by an \"out of control\" taxi cab which jumped the curb in front of the restaurant where Mr. Smith had just finished celebrating a family member\'s birthday. Following the settlement of the underlying case, our attorneys obtained an additional $750,000 settlement on behalf of Mr. Smith\'s widow relative to the medical care she received immediately following the accident. It was our contention that she had suffered nerve damage leading to a \"drop foot\" as a result of medical malpractice.