True trial lawyers fighting for you.
Partnering with a family-run law firm has its perks — like the comforting, cared-for feeling you get from the first consultation until case resolution. It’s a boutique mentality, where a small, dedicated team lends personal attention to every case.
30 years caring for you and your case.
Our team has more than 30 years of experience handling cases just like yours. We know how to make the right moves inside the courtroom with judges and other trial lawyers, and we know how to take the right steps outside the court house dealing with insurance companies. Let us guide you through a difficult time—holding your hand every step of the way—so that you can emerge on the other side with the maximum possible result.
Finding the right path to victory.
At GREENBERG LAW P.C., we build a creative, customized blueprint for every client, aimed at maximizing the result on that specific case. Whether a motor vehicle accident, dog bite, medical malpractice or wrongful death case, we advocate for you and your unique case, because no two cases—or clients—are the same.
Because you’re a person—not a file.
We recognize that accident victims facing physical, emotional and psychological stresses deserve a sensitive, patient, and caring team. But we also know that our clients deserve our commitment to fighting with strength, determination, and a drive to win. To us, compassionate representation means treating every client as a person—not a file. That’s the Greenberg way. And it’s in our DNA.
On March 9, 2016, plaintiff Yosaif Frommell, a 31-year-old unemployed man, was motorcycling on Coney Island Avenue, in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. While he was approaching the intersection at Avenue C, his motorcycle’s front wheel entered a pothole. Frommell resultantly fell onto the roadway, and he suffered an injury of an ankle.
At noon on February 25, 2015, our client, then a thirty-six (36) years old man, was working as a drywall taper inside of a 2 nd floor apartment located at 56 W. 75 th Street in Manhattan. At the time of his fall, the four story residential building of 56 W. 75 th Street was undergoing a renovation. The defendant owner of the property, hired defendant contractor to perform general contracting services. Defendant contractor then subcontracted with Plaintiff’s employer to complete the project.
This issue’s court coverage is led by a case in which a woman claimed that a Manhattan ice rink, situated beneath trees in a park, was not properly protected from falling branches. A jury agreed and awarded $2 million. The top settlement checks in at $6 million, in a...