The First And Most Important Decision Following An Accident

One of the first decisions family members have to make when a loved one suffers a brain injury involves the hiring of an attorney. With a long road to recovery for your loved one comes the need for sophisticated and dedicated legal advocacy, if not justice against the negligent party or parties.

How Do I Choose A Lawyer For A Brain Injury Case?

Selecting a brain injury attorney goes beyond a lawyer's knowledge for cutting-edge advertising or the most billboard. You want an attorney who possesses the qualifications and experience in this complex area of personal injury law. You want a lawyer who has not just attended brain injury seminars, but plays a more high-profile role as a prominent speaker on the subject as well.

Trial experience is vital in the negotiation with insurance companies and provides the option of going to court to secure the compensation injury victims are entitled to. With more than 35 years of practicing the law, the founder of Ronald W. Ramirez Attorney at Law has earned a reputation as a respected and effective litigator.

A Passionate, Respected And Skilled Trial Attorney

Ron Ramirez also possesses a track record of success securing million-dollar verdicts and settlements for clients in Queens and throughout New York City. He employs all of our firm's resources — legal, financial and medical — to secure wins in the toughest of brain injury cases.

In addition to knowledge and experience, Ronald Ramirez has unwavering passion and dedication toward brain injury victims and their family members. He puts his power on display when they feel most powerless.

Call Our Forest Hills Law Office — 917-300-0778

A serious brain injury can create a lifetime of needs. Make sure that you or your loved one has the resources to handle the challenges to come. We will help you address your particular needs, and our personalized representation is designed around your unique situation.

To schedule a free initial consultation with our attorney to discuss your case, reach our office online or by phone. We can assess your needs, evaluate your claim and explain your options.