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How to File an Injury Lawsuit in New York

You can start a lawsuit to seek compensation for injuries caused by the negligence of another party.

Each personal injury case will be distinct and it's impossible for injury us to predict how the case will last.

There are a few common pitfalls in litigation that you should be aware of as the case moves through the court system.

The Complaint

The Complaint is the first legal document to be filed in the event of a lawsuit. It describes the legal rights you have, the damages you are seeking, and Injury Lawsuit how the defendant(s), caused your injuries. It also includes a request for an initial trial date.

The complaint is filed with the court and then served to the defendants. The defendants have a date for filing an answer or a response. Here they will deny the allegations and state their defenses. At this moment, your attorney could also add a counterclaim or a third-party defendant.

In the Complaint, your attorney will refer to the law in force (including the laws and decisions of the courts where the case is being considered as well as cases from different jurisdictions) to support their arguments. This helps the judge discern why you believe the defendant is accountable for your injuries.

We will then draft a Bill of Particulars. This is legal document that details your injuries as well as their total expense, including the cost of medical expenses, lost wages and other monetary losses. We will also draft an application for relief that details the compensation that you're seeking. The demand is based upon the medical treatment that you received as well as any other evidence you have provided to your lawyer. During the discovery phase, which takes up the majority of the litigation timeline We will exchange information with the defendant through different legal tools like requests to admit, interrogatories, and requests for the production of documents. We may also ask for the deposition of experts and doctors.

The Claim Notice

New York law imposes special rules for cases against municipalities and other government entities. These requirements include strict deadlines for the filing of claims and strict statutes of limitations in the circumstances where a lawsuit could be filed. In these cases it is essential to speak with a reputable injury lawyer.

The first step to filing a claim against any municipality or government entity is to submit a Notice of Claim. The document must be filed in written form and notarized. It clearly identifies the person making the claim, and gives enough details about the incident or accident to let the city authority know who is responsible for damages and injuries, as well as the loss. It also identifies a specific amount to which the claim is filed.

The City will acknowledge receipt of the claim and assign it a claim number. An examiner from the Comptroller's Office will be assigned to investigate your claim. They may also seek additional information from you or other sources. If you contact the City about your claim, you will be asked to reference your claim number and the name of the investigator assigned to your case. The examiner will determine if City is responsible for your losses and, if so it will determine the amount you're entitled to under the law. If you and the city are unable to come to an agreement the case could be tried in court.

The Discovery Phase

The Discovery Phase is a key part of any lawsuit because it permits you to collect information and evidence from the opposing party. It can be done through a variety of methods, including written requests (called "discovery letters") and subpoenas. This discovery process will help you build an argument that is strong and will be successful in your case.

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