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Serving Clients Who Have Been Injured in an Accident in Suffolk County

The Law Office of Carl Maltese has been providing compassionate legal representation to Smithtown, NY area residents since 1966. If you or a loved one was injured in an accident in Suffolk County, we can help you determine if you have a case.

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How We Can Help You

Clients of The Law Office of Carl Maltese always come first. We believe that successful representation involves building face-to-face relationships with our clients, and we’re always happy to answer any questions by phone or in person at our Smithtown office without an appointment.

With a personal injury claim comes extensive paperwork, and clients are often intimidated by the number of forms that need to be completed. Our office is always available to assist clients with any documents related to their case.

One of our primary concerns is making sure our client’s medical bills are paid, as many of our clients are unable to work as a result of their injury. For those clients, securing lost wage payments is very important. Our staff is experienced in assisting clients with their no-fault lost wage, short-term disability, long-term disability, and Social Security disability questions and concerns.

We know the unethical tactics that insurance companies use and work hard to advance litigation towards the goal of fair and just results. We take our standards of excellence seriously and encourage our clients to inform us right away if the services they’ve received from us fall short of their expectations.

At The Law Office of Carl Maltese, you and your case are more than just a number on a file. Request your free consultation today at (631) 543-8811 and let us provide you with the quality, individualized legal representation you deserve.

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