Westchester County Personal Injury Attorney

Westchester County Personal Injury Attorneys

Personal Injury Attorneys Serving Westchester County

Clients in Westchester County, New York can rely on the quality legal services of Hausman & Pendzick to guide them through personal injury cases. We understand how challenging it can be when you are injured in an accident at the fault of another party. Whether you were injured in a car accident or in a supermarket, our legal team is ready to fight on your behalf to help you recover the compensation you may be entitled to. If you require compassionate legal services from a team of attorneys located in Westchester County, our firm is here to help. Contact the legal team at Hausman & Pendzick today.

Our Legal Services

Hausman & Pendzick is proud to serve clients throughout Westchester County, including, but not limited to the towns and cities of Harrison, Yonkers, White Plains, Sleepy Hollow, Mt Vernon, New Rochelle, Port Chester, The Bronx, and the surrounding areas. We are an experienced personal injury law firm that understands the impacts that an accident can have on a person for the rest of their life. When faced with such difficult matters, it is important to have the guidance of an effective attorney. We are proud to serve clients in Westchester County, New York when they are facing injuries from motor vehicle accidents, including:

Hausman & Pendzick also has decades of experience guiding clients through lawsuits for slip and fall accidents, some of which may include:

Our legal team is well versed in other types of personal injury cases, such as:

Contact a Westchester County Personal Injury Attorney

Hausman & Pendzick is proud to provide effective legal representation to clients in Westchester County. Our firm is prepared to protect your future and help you find justice when so much is on the line. If you need the services of an experienced attorney for personal injury matters, contact the Hausman & Pendzick today to schedule a consultation.

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