Personal Injury Attorneys | Chaffin Luhana Law Firm | New York, NY
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New York Personal Injury Attorneys

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New York PERSONAL Injury Attorneys

Our New York City office is conveniently located in midtown Manhattan and focuses on national complex plaintiffs-only litigation, as well as significant personal and worker injury cases in the greater New York and New Jersey areas.

Our New York team includes former NYC state and federal prosecutors and a former law clerk to the New Jersey mass tort program. Our team has handled complex plaintiff cases in state and federal courts in New York and across the country as court-appointed leaders in important national litigation, recovering over $1 billion for injured plaintiffs.

We have successfully handled a large variety of injury cases, but the common theme is that the cases involve complex science and areas of product liability and toxic exposure law.

The types of cases we have successfully pursued for our clients include, among others, wrongful deaths caused by failed car ignition switches, worker deaths caused by defectively designed machinery, metal poisoning from defective hips, and debilitating copper deficiency myeloneuropathy caused by zinc poisoning in denture adhesive.

We pride ourselves in investigating these complex cases and simplifying them for presentation at mediation, Daubert or Frye science hearings, and to juries. Our process for developing our clients’ cases is unique and entails a team approach.

We start with thorough investigations, followed by intensive and focused discovery of the defendants, a firm understanding of our clients’ injuries and painstaking work with focus groups to clearly explain the cases and injuries to our audiences.

THE RESULT OF AN INJUSTICE MAY BE OBVIOUS, BUT THE CAUSE OF IT MAY BE MORE DIFFICULT TO FIGURE OUT. THAT’S WHERE WE COME IN.

We Work Hard To Get You
The Money You Deserve

$9 Million
Individual Defective
Product Recovery
$6.5 Million
Individual Defective
Product Recovery
$2.9 Million
Defective
Medical Device

Prior results do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any future matter.

Our Results Speak For Themselves

The results we have achieved with our unique approach speak for themselves. To date, our attorneys have recovered over $1 billion for plaintiffs nationwide during their careers. And, despite our expertise and success, we remain true to our humble roots.

You Can Expect Compassion & Empathy

Our law firm’s mission is Doing Good by Doing Right.™ Every Day. In Everything We Do. Our firm, including attorneys and team in our Pittsburgh, PA office, are dedicated to helping seriously injured people and their families become whole again.

From your initial call to us and through your recovery and beyond, the Chaffin Luhana team will be there to answer your questions. You’ll be treated with compassion and respect as if you were a member of our family and not “just another client.”

Client Review

“I contacted about 10 attorneys and Roopal was the first to call me back. I felt over the time of our case that we had a friendship and a relationship. Every time I called her she didn’t have to look up my case and remember who I was. I felt like she really knew me."
- Donna

How Not To Be A Lawyer
According To Eric T. Chaffin

“My father was a union witness at an arbitration in a steel mill. After the hearing, my father, dressed in blue jeans and a sweatshirt, stuck out his hand to shake hands with the company’s lawyer. The lawyer refused. The lawyer unfortunately frowned upon working class people like my family. I was the first person in my family to graduate from college. My dad used this story to remind me to respect others, to remember where I came from and as an example of how not to conduct myself as a lawyer.”

- Eric T. Chaffin
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