Not all lawyers are the same—even if they claim to have expertise in catastrophic injury or traumatic brain injury (TBI) accident cases. Handling a case involving TBI requires not only special knowledge about the injury and applicable laws, but also a caring and compassionate professional who wants to allay your fears, answer your questions, and vigorously prosecute your claim.
In New York State, a client always has the right to change attorneys. If you’re not satisfied with the way you or your case is being treated, the law allows you to discharge and fire your current attorney and retain a new one. It doesn’t matter what the reason is. You deserve more than someone with a license to practice law. You deserve personal injury attorneys who really understand brain injury—how it occurs, how it affects you and your family, and how to pursue justice. You deserve an attorney who treats you with care and respect. Consider changing lawyers if:
When an attorney says that he or she has experience with brain injury, don’t just take it at face value. Ask for more information and details. A blanket assertion doesn’t make someone the right attorney for you. You’re worthy of the best representation you can obtain for your particular case.
Michael Kaplen and Shana De Caro—partners at the law firm of De Caro & Kaplen, LLP—have devoted decades of their professional practice to zealously advocating for victims of catastrophic injury and traumatic brain injury. With knowledge and compassion, Michael and Shana represent clients throughout New York State and affiliate with competent attorneys across the nation.
Shana De Caro
The attorneys at De Caro & Kaplen, LLP will work tirelessly to uncover the root cause of the incident as well as the true extent and consequences of your injuries, with a goal of getting you the maximum compensation for your hardships. Our firm represents accident victims involved in:
Our firm also represents victims of medical malpractice and hospital and nursing home malpractice.
If you don’t believe your attorney has the knowledge, experience, and dedication to protect your interests, you have the right to hire counsel who is up to the task. Remember: you don’t need your current attorney’s permission to obtain a new lawyer to represent you. The decision is up to you.
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