Personal injuries can happen on the road, at work or even at home, often with devastating consequences. When your injury is caused by someone else’s negligence, you have the right to fair compensation. If you are injured on the job, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. An experienced and aggressive attorney at Aguwa & Metu, P.C. can fight for your rights, go head to head with the insurance companies, and win the fair and full compensation needed to pay for your recovery.
For more than 20 years, we have successfully employed a proven, methodical approach to help those injured at the workplace to recover generous settlements and jury verdicts. Our attorneys consult top experts — such as trauma doctors, chiropractors, pharmacists, forensics engineers, mechanics and accident reconstruction analysts — to maximize recovery for your injuries. At trial, these experts are available to deliver clear, compelling testimony that helps jurors understand the extent and cause of your injuries.
With the help of these experts, we pursue compensation for your:
We fight to achieve a verdict or settlement that properly reflects the damages you have incurred due to your injuries.
If you have been injured on the job, even if your employer was not negligent or otherwise at fault, we can help you get workers’ compensation benefits. Our attorneys fight for the compensation injured workers rightfully deserve, including:
We work to get you the maximum benefits available in your case.
If you suspect your injuries were caused by your employer’s negligence, seek legal advice before accepting workers’ compensation benefits. Once you accept a workers’ comp payment, you forfeit your right to pursue other remedies against a negligent employer. Our attorneys analyze your case to determine how you can maximize your recovery.
If your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, you must immediately file an appeal. Failure to file within the required time bars you from receiving benefits you rightfully deserve. We handle the rigid bureaucratic process of appealing to the New York workers’ compensation board.