If you have a loved one who is suffering from a disability and cannot advocate for themselves, we can help. Our attorneys have 200-plus years of combined legal experience helping victims and their loved ones obtain maximum compensation and representation due by law. Whether your loved one needs to file for personal injury damages, work on an estate plan or anything in between, Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio, LLC, is here for you.
Experience You Can Trust
Founded in 1997, our law firm has represented people with disabilities and helped them obtain justice in a wide range of legal scenarios. Our staff has experience on the plaintiff and defendant sides, providing us with insight in how to best help our clients. The diverse backgrounds of our attorneys ensure a broad view of your case as we seek to build a strong relationship and case moving forward.
We will meet with your loved one to explain the legal help our team can provide. Often, the free consultation appointment can relieve some of the anxiety surrounding the legal process. We understand that many victims want to put the incident in the past without seeking just compensation. However, your loved one deserves more!
Has your loved one been injured while at work or due to the negligence of another? Did the injury result in the current disability? If so, the law has restrictions on how long your family member has to file for compensation. We also provide legal help for clients who were injured in a motor vehicle accident or by a drunken driver.
Medical malpractice and nursing home abuse victims are entitled to legal assistance and compensation. At Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio, LLC, we will treat your loved one with dignity and respect as we gather evidence to prove negligence or abuse at the hands of the medical community. Our services include advocating for patients who were victims of medication errors, misdiagnoses and other abuses.
What Should I Do?
If you are concerned about a disabled loved one who is facing a legal battle, contact our offices to schedule an appointment for legal help. We can advocate for your loved one if they opt to retain our services.
On the other hand, if your disabled loved one suffers from cognitive decline, you can ask the state to appoint you as a guardian. Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio, LLC, has the knowledge and experience to help your family through this difficult time.
For a free consultation, fill out our contact form or call us at 732-936-9901.