About us


Personal Support For Every Client

We want you to feel like you are one of ours from beginning to the end of your case.

Aggressively Fight For Our Clients

Due to our tenacious approach, we have secured more than $100 million in the past.

No Recovery, No Fee

If we do not win your case, you don't have to pay- and every case consultation is 100% free.

The lawyers at Gruenberg Kelly Della have dedicated their careers and limited their practice to plaintiff personal injury law. This area of the law is designed to hold people and organizations accountable for the harm they have caused to others. By utilizing New York’s personal injury laws, victims who suffer as a result of the negligence of others may sue the people or organizations responsible for their injuries.

 

A lawsuit generally seeks to recover the out-of-pocket expenses incurred by a victim, which includes, among other things, medical bills, lost earnings, funeral bills, etc. Personal injury lawsuits also seek to recover compensation for wrongful death, past/future pain and suffering, and lack of enjoyment of life.

GUY GRUENBERG

Guy Gruenberg was the co-founding member of the firm.  His legal skills were exceptionally well rounded, as he handled trials, appellate matters and overall litigation strategy.  His employees relied on him whenever a tough legal issue arose, and he always had the answer. 

 

The imprint he made on others was boundless and he was a mentor to all.  He was as intimidating intellectually, as he was physically.  Guy’s legacy will be that he shaped a small personal injury firm into a powerhouse whose resources and reputation extends throughout New York State. 

 

He is responsible for the attitude this firm has in pushing cases aggressively and impressed the motto that this firm lives by:  “The practice of law is the anticipation of the worst case scenario and the avoidance thereof.

 

 

Car Accidents

Truck Accidents

Motorcycle Accidents

Bicycle Accidents

Catastrophic Injury

Construction Accidents

Medical Malpractice

Wrongful Death