Personal Injury Lawyers in Westchester County, White Plains, New York
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Over $1 Billion Recovered for Our Clients
Whether a person is injured on the job, at home, on the road, or in a medical facility, the results can be physically and emotionally devastating. At Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP, our experienced personal injury lawyers help people in Westchester County, White Plains, and throughout New York obtain the compensation they deserve. With an extensive list of high-profile cases that have yielded extraordinary settlements, our veteran legal team handles each case aggressively, thoughtfully, and with honor and integrity.
As one of the most successful law firms in the region, Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP offers representation in the personal injury field and takes cases in a variety of practice areas, including auto accidents, construction and labor law, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and more. Our track record speaks for itself: we have recovered more than $400 million in settlements for our clients. We understand that coping with a personal injury or the death of a loved one can be a difficult, life-changing experience. Let the legal team at Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP help you recover the settlement you deserve. Contact our personal injury lawyers, serving Westchester County, White Plains, and all of New York, to schedule a free consultation.
See what our clients are saying about us – read testimonials.
Verdicts & Settlements
Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP Legal Portfolio
- $18 million negligence award believed to be county’s largest – read more
- Construction worker gets $8.1 million settlement – read more
- 1287 suit seeks $1.2 billion – read more
- Med center accused of causing paralysis – read more
- $30 Million suit in school bus death – read more
- Boy hit by van wins $14.4 Million Settlement – read more
- Bad Diagnosis costs doctor $1 Million – read more
- $5.1 Million settlement for passenger in motor vehicle accident – read more
- $8 Million settlement in medical mal practice case – read more
Ground Zero Emergency and Clean-Up Worker Health Problems
The events of September 11, 2001 have changed the lives of people around the world. Here in New York, many of our police officers, firefighters, construction workers, and office cleaning crews suffered physical impairments from the disaster and its aftermath. Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP represented more than 9,000 rescue, recovery, and clean-up workers who suffered illnesses and disabilities in the wake of September 11th. Our personal injury lawyers fought for clients in Westchester County, White Plains, and throughout New York in lawsuits that sought compensation for thousands of police officers, firefighters, sanitation workers, and others who were harmed by exposure to toxic substances at Ground Zero. Through Federal Court, the Worby firm was successful in recovering most of the $1 Billion fund for their clients.
Our law firm is currently representing a number of clients in connection with claims to the Federal Victim Compensation Fund which is commonly referred to as the Zadroga Act. The fund was re-authorized to include those who lived, worked or went to school in the lower Manhattan area. Please contact the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) attorneys
at Worby Vecchio Edelman immediately to discuss your potential claim.
9/11 anniversary: How a White Plains attorney won $1B 9/11 lawsuit
In the Media
The personal injury lawyers at Worby Vecchio Edelman, LLP have established a reputation for success and attracted attention from numerous media outlets including TV, radio, and print publications. Our attorneys have been featured on 60 Minutes, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Anderson Cooper, ABC News, NBC News Fox News, WB 11 News, MSNBC, Court TV, News 12 as well as documentaries that aired on PBS, Sundance Channel and A&E.