Personal Injury Practice Areas

Our Attorneys Will Fight to Protect Your Interests

Rockland County & Bergen County personal injury attorneys offer a free consultation

If you have injuries as a result of an auto accident, workplace accident, or a slip and fall accident, or if you have been seriously injured by a defective product or medical malpractice, you may be entitled to recover money for your losses. Our personal injury attorneys have represented accident victims for decades. Under the leadership of Barry S. Kantrowitz, KGG has recovered millions of dollars for individuals who were the unfortunate victims of someone else’s negligence.

Mr. Kantrowitz personally supervises the day-to-day operations of our personal injury department as he has done for years. Listed below is a selection of the categories which illustrate the wide variety of claims KGG handles on a daily basis.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Construction Accidents

Medical Malpractice

Nursing Home Abuse

Other Personal Injury Cases

Contact a Personal Injury Attorney Today for a Free Consultation

One toll-free phone call to (800)660-7843 puts you in touch with the New York or New Jersey law offices of Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C., or fill out our online contact form. We always respond promptly to your messages, even those left for us after business hours. We have offices conveniently located in Rockland County and Bergen County.

Initial consultations on personal injury law matters are always free. Additionally, if our personal injury lawyers decide to accept your case, we will do so on a contingency basis which means that we only get paid if and when we collect for you. If you do not receive money as the result of a settlement or trial, we do not get paid. Under state law in both New York and New Jersey, clients are always ultimately responsible for any out-of-pocket expenses regardless of the outcome of the claim. However, we do not accept cases simply to get our expenses reimbursed, so the risk of a claim costing you money is extremely low.