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Nichols & Cane LLP is a personal injury law firm located on Long Island’s North Shore in Syosset, NY. Nichols & Cane has been successfully
representing seriously injured accident victims for over 15 years for all types of personal injury cases ranging from motor-vehicle accidents, to slip and falls, to construction-site accidents. The highly dedicated Law Firm of Nichols & Cane consists of 2 partners, Regina C. Nichols and Paul G. Cane, a Sister-Brother team, who have both devoted their legal careers solely to the practice of negligence law. Nichols & Cane pride themselves in zealously representing their clients’ rights until the proper compensation is obtained. In a recent example, Nichols & Cane represented a woman who was seriously injured in a motor-vehicle accident and after unsuccessful settlement negotiations, Nichols & Cane obtained a Multi-Million-Dollar Jury Verdict in Nassau County, Long Island, NY in the amount of $9,164,000.00, the # 1 TOP VERDICT for LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK 2014 and the # 15 TOP VERDICT for the STATE OF NEW YORK 2014.
Nichols & Cane is a bilingual law firm and both partners are fluent in Spanish.
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At the Law Firm of NICHOLS & CANE, we understand the life changing consequences of being seriously injured in an accident. We take pride in knowing that our Law Firm has been providing dedicated zealous legal representation to obtain the compensation our seriously injured clients deserve for over 15 years. Our experience, reputation, and results speak for themselves. The personal injury attorneys at NICHOLS & CANE know how to fight and win your personal injury case.
NICHOLS & CANE charges on a contingency fee basis, meaning there is no fee unless there is a settlement or a winning jury verdict at trial. Our contingency fee is one-third (33.333%) of the gross settlement plus cases costs (cases costs are the expenses / disbursements that our firm advances in order to prosecute your case). For medical malpractice cases the contingency fee is based on a sliding scale schedule. There are no upfront fees – guaranteed, and there are no legal fees if there is no recovery – guaranteed.
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