Jacoby & Meyers, LLP

Jacoby & Meyers, LLP, is a New York, New York, based personal injury law firm. We opened in 1972 and have been in the business of representing injured New York and New Jersey residents since that time. We represent individuals who have been injured due to brain injuries, car accidents, construction site accidents, defective products, motorcycle accidents, nursing home accidents, pedestrian accidents, slip and falls and truck accidents.

Our firm is the country’s largest consumer law firm. We have an excellent reputation and are known for being one of the first law firms in the country to create a Client’s Bill of Rights and use plain English in legal communications.

Over the course of our more than 40 years in practice, we have developed a reputation as one of the tri-state area’s most distinguished full-service law firms and have successfully litigated tens of thousands of personal injury matters. Our skilled team of experienced attorneys provides exceptional legal service to individuals who have suffered a catastrophic injury.

In addition to being accomplished negotiators and aggressive advocates, our attorneys provide personalized service to every client. We provide complete and thorough case evaluations based on the specific circumstances of each case and keep clients fully informed throughout the entire legal process.

We offer free consultations as well as evening and weekend appointments. We are willing to meet at convenient locations such as at a client’s home or a hospital. We have several offices in areas, including Bronx, Edison, Hempstead, Manhattan and Newark. All of our cases are done on a contingent basis, meaning that clients are not charged any fees unless the case is successful.

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