We navigate complex personal injury cases.
Nguyen Leftt P.C. is a boutique litigation firm in New York City focused on the presentation of complex medical evidence at trial.
We primarily prosecute the complex accidents or medical negligence resulting in Traumatic Brain Injuries –a new frontier of medical science and litigation. We use the term “navigate” because we understand that our clients can feel lost in the complex world of modern medicine and even more so when combined with the legal system. We necessarily maintain a small caseload so that we can devote our full attention to every client that we represent.
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You want results.
We can give them to you.
You should know that the results for our clients are often very favorable.
Here’s an example: a client and his family came to us very frustrated. He was severely injured and his life was falling apart. Yet his lawyer was pressuring him to accept the insurance company’s ‘final’ settlement offer of $250,000.00, a small sum considering what he felt to be devastating injuries. We reviewed the evidence and knew we could navigate him safely to a just result. After about 19 months of meticulous evidence gathering and trial preparation, we resolved the case for $5,000,000.
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Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is often referred to as the “silent epidemic,” as it can occur as the result of an accident and then go undetected for years. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, more than 2,000,000 people in the United States sustain Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) annually.
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Our law firm is located in midtown Manhattan at 675 Third Avenue, 25th Floor — between 42nd & 43rd streets, just east of Grand Central Terminal.
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