Federal Tort Attorneys in Albany
Where to Start & How to Succeed with Our Legal Team
As a citizen, you are able to file a lawsuit against the government for damages that result from negligence on the part of a federal employee or institution. These are personal injury claims or class actions specific known as a Federal Tort Claim, protected under the Federal Tort Claims Act of 1946.
To begin your claim, ask our Albany federal tort attorneys at Dreyer Boyajian LLP for counsel. Request more information by calling our office at (518) 348-4133.
Holding the Government Responsible
A Federal Tort Claim is filed with the federal court, requiring representation by an Albany litigation lawyer who is specifically experienced in these proceedings. With more than 30 years of experience representing Federal Tort Claims, you can rest assured knowing your claim is in capable hands.
We offer representation to clients filing every kind of Federal Tort Claim, including:
- Contaminated Water Supplies
- Food and Water Illness Outbreaks
- Hoosick Falls PFOA Water Contamination
- Mohonk Mountain House Norovirus Outbreak
- Toxic Substances and Exposures
- Whistleblower/Qui Tam/False Claims
- Military claims
- Government vehicle operations
Just as an employer is responsible for maintaining a safe space for workers and customers, so too is the government responsible for making sure its employees are performing their duties safely. When a government employee fails to do so, injuries can happen. Some victims are more fortunate, while others have suffered catastrophic consequences as the result of a negligent government employee.
You Have a Right to Have Your Voice Heard. Call Our Firm in Capital District Today for Counsel!
Don't be intimidated by the thought of bringing a lawsuit into the federal courts. You have a right to have your voice heard, and to receive compensation to help you cover the expenses that often accumulate as the result of an injury or negligent action.
Our Albany litigation attorneys can help you reach a settlement to help cover medical and hospital bills, lost wages due to your inability to work, and long-term care for more serious and debilitating injuries.
Request a complimentary consultation by calling (518) 348-4133.