Personal Injury Attorneys Bronx, NY

Have you or a loved one been hurt in an accident because someone else was careless? The Dervishi Law Group, P.C. Bronx personal injury lawyers fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve. We assist accident victims throughout New York including Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, Manhattan, and the Bronx NY.

At Dervishi Law Group, P.C. we are known for our successful representation of accident victims throughout the New York area. If you’ve been seriously injured due to a person or company’s careless or negligent behavior, we can help you get compensation.

We are dedicated to helping our clients pursue settlements and verdicts that meet their present and future needs. Don’t hesitate to contact us in the Bronx and Queens to schedule a free consultation. We don’t charge attorney fees unless you win compensation for damages.

We will fight for your rights, whether medical malpractice, construction accident, a car accident, slip and fall, or other type of serious personal injury accident. We provide personalized, dedicated legal representation to seriously injured people in the Bronx, NYC, Queens County, Kings County, Long Island & Westchester County areas.

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” This week Dervishi Law Group, PC & Morgan Levine Dolan partner Glenn Dolan completed a unified jury trial in the Bronx County Supreme Court, securing a $4,741,015 verdict against a single-family homeowner, a general contractor and an excavation company, on behalf of a 50-year-old construction worker who fell 11 feet into a pool excavation in the basement of a Manhattan brownstone. The evidence demonstrated the excavation partially collapsed, causing a plank that had been placed over a corner of the hole, and the worker who was standing on the plank, to fall. At the conclusion of the four-week trial, the jury determined the homeowner (who denied being present) directed and controlled the work, and the construction manager (who claimed to have quit the job two weeks before) was a “general contractor” on the date of this incident. The jury also determined the homeowner, general contractor and employer violated Sections 240, 241(6) and 200 of the New York State Labor Law, in instructing the worker to stand on the plank, and in failing to provide the requisite sheeting, shoring, bracing, safety lines and safety nets at the job site. The jury found the homeowner 10% at fault; the general contractor 50% at fault; the employer 40% at fault, and attributed no fault against the worker. Amongst other claims, defendants argued the worker delayed reporting his injuries; the CT scans, MRIs and other diagnostic studies showed negative findings; the worker’s neck, back and shoulder injuries were degenerative, and the worker exaggerated his symptoms and made a full recovery. The jury did not find defendants’ claims to be credible. Instead, the jury awarded the now permanently disabled, non-union worker a total of $4,741,015 in damages, finding he sustained numerous causally-related injuries, including a traumatic brain injury, a herniated cervical disc that necessitated fusion surgery, a herniated lumbar disc that was treated with epidural steroid injections, and a torn labrum of the right shoulder that necessitated arthroscopic surgery. While the compensation designated by the jury will not eliminate the worker’s pain and suffering, it will allow the worker the financial security necessary to continue to provide for his three children and to get the medical attention he needs. The firms of Morgan Levine Dolan & Dervishi Law Group, PC are proud to have played a role in helping to make this happen.”

” Mitch Kahn, Noah Katz, and Fatos Dervishi settled this matter for $5.3M. This case involved a 28-year-old non-union construction worker who sustained a deep wound to his left hand/thumb while using a table saw which lacked a safety guard. While in the process of cutting wood with the saw, the wood kicked out and he lost grip resulting in the saw blade lacerating his hand/thumb. Over time, he developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and/or severe muscle atrophy compromising the use of his left hand and arm. In addition, he sustained an injury to his lower back resulting in single level fusion.

Defendants contentions were that plaintiff was not permitted to use the table saw and was instructed not to use it before the date of his accident. Mitch was able to show through witness statements, photographic evidence, and deposition testimony that plaintiff was permitted to use all types of hand-held power tools in the course of his work including saws. Any instruction not to use the saw pre-dated the accident by several months, such that on the jobsite where his accident occurred, plaintiff was directed to and did use saws in his work.

Defendants also countered plaintiff’s damages claims by contending that plaintiff’s claim of CRPS was unfounded and that plaintiff was malingering with respect to the extent and severity of his lack of hand and arm function. Mitch showed through medical proofs that plaintiff’s injuries were longstanding and a direct result of the accident and that he developed CRPS and/or severe muscle atrophy which impacted the use and functionality of his hand and arm given the nature and type of wound sustained.

Ultimately, the case settled at private mediation with the defendants’ insurers including available 1B coverage via plaintiff’s employer due to the severity of plaintiff’s injury and factual and legal proofs established by our law firm.”

“ We are proud to have represented a Local 3 Electrician in a motor vehicle accident that settled before trial this month. The Plaintiff suffered an exacerbation of a prior injury to his lower back that required surgery. As a result of the accident he was unable to return to his job as an electrician. The defendant’s insurance company claimed the injuries were not from the accident but instead from his years of heavy construction work. As a result, the initial settlement offer was $0. After two 4 hour mediations we were able to convince the mediator and the insurance company to offer $2.5 million dollar to settle the case before trial. We feel privileged to have represented another injured New York City construction worker and get his family the money they need to cope with his devastating injuries. “

“1.4 million dollar settlement for a non-union scaffold worker who injured his head, neck, back, shoulder and both knees when a scaffold partially collapsed, leaving him dangling from a lanyard ten stories above.

A tower frame alongside a building on the Dumbo waterfront broke and swung outward, causing the scaffold worker to fall nearly ten feet over the edge, where he was found dangling from a lanyard approximately ten stories above the ground.  Our investigation, including interviews with witnesses and our engineer’s subsequent inspection of the scaffold tower, revealed the couplers that secured the frames together failed, bending, breaking and causing the collapse.

The building owner and general contractor, who were responsible for furnishing safe and adequate scaffolding so as to give proper protection to the worker, were held responsible accordingly.   This settlement will provide this then 37-year-old father of four with compensation for the pain, suffering and medical expenses caused by this incident, easing the financial burden he and his family has faced for the past three years.


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A union carpenter was awarded – $4,500,000

A union construction worker was awarded -$4,000,000

A construction worker fell from a crane -$13,200,000

A scaffold worker was awarded – $3,250,000

A janitorial worker was awarded – $2,900,000

A construction worker was awarded – $2,200,000

A construction worker fell off of a ladder – $1,500,000

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Our Bronx personal injury lawyers help accident victims in a wide variety of situations, including:

  • Car & Vehicle Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Employment Law
  • Construction Accidents
  • Slip and fall Accidents
  • Medical malpractice and birth injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Accidents from defective products
  • Motorcycle Accidents


“New Jersey Superior Court, Union County – Client was a 46 year old Albanian construction worker who was driving in New Jersey and was rear ended by a rack truck.  He sustained neck and lower back injuries to the extent he had a one level cervical spine fusion surgery, several epidural injections, and physical therapy. He could not return to employment because of his injuries.

The case was settled for $1,315,000.00. “

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If you want to recover the maximum compensation that you deserve, you need an experienced personal injury attorney like Dervishi Law Group, P.C. on your side. Quite simply, we will not be satisfied until you are.


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Bronx Personal Injury Lawyers

If you or someone you love has been involved in a serious Motor Vehicle Accident, Construction Accident, Slip and Fall Accident, or Medical Malpractice situation in the Bronx, NYC, Queens, Kings County or Westchester County you need legal help from a Bronx personal injury attorney who understands your needs. Call the Dervishi Law Group, P.C. at (718) 619-4525, (917) 300-0797. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs.

Serving Clients Throughout NYC

If you have been injured in an accident make sure you have a winning lawyer on your side.


Automobile accidents are common in New York. These accidents can lead to dreadful injuries and death. Accident victims are entitled to claim compensation for damages, and can file a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible person.

Even if you are partially responsible for your accident, you can claim compensation for your damages. You might have to accept a reduction in the amount you receive. If you are 50% to blame for the accident, then you can claim 50% of your damages. It is advisable to hire an experienced personal injury attorney to claim the compensation you deserve.

Cash benefits for lost wages: If your work related injury led to disability for more than 14 days, then you are eligible for cash benefits for lost wages. If you are unable to return to work, then you may be eligible to claim compensation for future lost wages.

Schedule loss of use award: Schedule loss of use award gives compensation based on the injury. If you are not able to recover disability, then you can claim compensation for permanent disability. A medical exam is required to determine the percentage of compensation for the injured body part.

Section 32 settlement: Section 32 settlement offers compensation for your injuries and cost of future medical care for the injury.

  • No-Fault Law applies to any cyclist, pedestrian, passengers, or driver injured by a motor vehicle in New York.
  • Accident should have occurred in New York.
  • The injured person should be the driver or passenger of the insured vehicle or a cyclist or pedestrian struck by or in contact with the motor vehicle.
  • The vehicle must be a car, truck, bus, taxi (not a motorcycle) or other vehicle covered by New York No-Fault law.
  • The vehicle should be registered in New York.
  • The vehicle should have an insurance policy sold in New York or issued by a company licensed to do business in the state of New York.



A bicyclist hit into the rear of a bus – $250,000

A woman injured in a rear-end car accident – $200,000

A man injured his lower back in a car accident – $160,000

A man lost control of his car hitting a truck & tree – $135,000

A man was struck by a hit & run car – $135,000

A passenger in a car sustained a shoulder injury – $118,500

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The Dervishi Law Group was able to negotiate a 4 million dollar settlement for a union construction worker

The legal team of Morgan Levine Dolan, P.C. and Fatos Dervishi have won a $4 million settlement from an insurance company for a union construction worker. The worker had suffered serious injuries to his foot, ankle, and knee. It was determined that the construction worker needed surgery and would not be able to return to construction work. The legal team pushed the insurance company right up to the trial deadline, at which point the insurance company relented and agreed to the settlement. Luckily the construction worker hired the right legal team to represent him. This gave him peace of mind to be able to provide for his wife and 14 month old son for the rest of their lives.