Personal injury law


The Law Offices of Jason Greenberg, P.C. prides itself on being a Plaintiff Personal Injury law firm. That is all we do. We represent the victims of accidents and fight for their rights. We are the voice for the injured and we will not stop until we have done everything possible to make out clients happy.

We view our clients as family, as friends. We want to know not simply the facts of the accident that has damages you and your life, but the way it has disrupted and impacted your family and friends. Our mission is to achieve the best possible result for the injured and to do that we must not only be fierce attorneys, but caring human beings to understand the true effects upon your life.

Frequently Asked Questions


Don’t panic. We’ll get you through this. If you are able to move your car, do so. Try to get as far to the side of the road as possible, and put your hazard lights on. If you are far out of the roadway, stay in your vehicle until emergency personnel arrive. If you cannot move your car, put your hazard lights on and move as far off of the road as you can.

Make sure that you call police, as well as EMS if needed. Law enforcement officers can investigate the scene and make a report of the accident, which is often essential evidence in your accident case. Having police document statements by the other drivers could be extremely important if they decide to change their stories later.

If you need medical attention, make sure that you do so as soon as practical. In fact, if you are seriously injured, call for an ambulance if one is not already on the way. Even if you feel fine after your accident, you should still see your doctor because there are some injuries that do not reveal themselves right away. Back, shoulder and neck injuries can show up much later, as can traumatic brain injuries. Failing to see a doctor after the accident can make it much more difficult to connect the accident to the crash.

You might hear from insurance companies immediately after the accident. Do not have any discussions with them until you have talked with an experienced car accident attorney at Bragoli & Associates P.C. We can help you take all the necessary steps after your accident to help you maximize your potential recovery.

If you are not injured and are able to remain at the scene of the accident, take as many photos as you can. Almost every cellphone has a camera, and cellphone photos can make all the difference if your case ends up going to trial. Everything you can do now will help in the long run. Document the conditions at the time of the crash, as well as the vehicles involved. Having this evidence can be extremely important to establish your version of events.

1.Not calling police to the accident scene. Sometimes the accident seems so minor that you feel it isn’t necessary to do anything other than trade insurance info with the other driver. This is a huge problem because the other drivers might not be completely honest with you. Once they leave the scene, they’re gone forever, and you could be stuck footing the bill. If they lie to police, there are serious consequences.

2.Talking to any insurance company – including your own. Insurance companies are in the business of protecting their bottom lines. If you give them any information at all, they can twist it to use against you. Whatever you say can come back to haunt you. You should contact one of the experienced car crash injury lawyers at Bragoli & Associates before you talk to any insurance company.

3.Not filing a claim soon enough after the accident. There are two important reasons to file a claim quickly: First, you can connect the injuries you have to the accident, and second, there are strict time limits on bringing your claim. If you wait too long, you will be unable to bring a claim against the responsible parties.

Yes. We can help you with this. We will sit down with you and review your situation to determine the next steps to take to help you deal with the aftermath of your accident.

Absolutely not, in most cases. Many people who have motor vehicle insurance have coverage that allows them to recover compensation from their own insurance companies if hit by an uninsured motorist. While this may seem like a much less adversarial case than going up against another outside party, know that your insurer isn’t necessarily going to be looking out for you here. They’re still concerned with limiting the amount of compensation they will have to pay to you. Do not talk to them until you have an experienced attorney on your side.


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