Personal Injury

No one can give back a life when it has been severely altered as a result of a traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal cord injury or other catastrophic personal injury. But the team at Koskoff does everything possible to help recover financial compensation for medical bills, income loss, emotional and physical pain, disability, and lives that have been destroyed. Because we are selective in the cases we take we can pay individual attention to each client’s case.

Since 1936, Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder has been a leading law firm in the area of personal injury law. Our attorneys enjoy a national reputation as a result of our recovery of substantial compensation for deserving individuals and families who have suffered as a result of traumatic and life-changing personal injuries or the death of loved ones.

Experienced, Successful Personal Injury Attorneys

Our record-setting verdicts and settlements span the field of personal injury law — suits against negligent drivers, hospitals, physicians, product manufacturers, property owners, drug companies, airlines, governmental agencies, and others who cause our clients harm.

Protecting Clients, Effecting Change

Personal injury law is a broad and constantly evolving area of the law, so please contact us to discuss your individual circumstances. We represent clients injured through negligence, intent or recklessness in cases involving:

Our firm knows that nothing can take away the pain of your loss. However, we can seek compensation on your behalf in order to help deal with the financial impact that the accident may have on your life, such as medical expenses, loss of income, and even funeral expenses if necessary.

You do not have to face the aftermath of a trucking accident alone. To discuss your needs and how we can help you, please contact a lawyer at our law firm. The initial consultation is free of cost and obligation. 

“Thank you very much for all of your efforts and supporting me throughout this process. I was really touched by you, and your firm’s, compassion.”