Christopher Thaens specializes in recovery for accidents and injuries of all types. Chris also provides aggressive prosecution or defense of your litigation matter. Time is of the essence in accident cases. If you think someone or some agency is responsible for your injury, please contact us today, do not wait!
Mr. Thaens and his team are ready to aggressively prosecute your case in all boroughs of New York City, Long Island, and New York State.
Mr. Thaens aggressively prosecutes cases against municipal entities such as the City of New York, State of New York, New York City Transit Authority, New York City Police Department, the MTA among others. If you have been injured, Mr. Thaens and his office will work tirelessly to ensure that you recover all appropriate lost wages and medical benefits, such as no-fault benefits, uninsured motorist benefits, workers’ compensation benefits, and social security disability benefits.
Car (Driver or Passenger), Truck, Bus, Motorcycle, Bicycle, Taxi, Pedestrian
18-Wheelers, Tow Trucks, Tractor-Trailers, Big Rigs, Bus Crashes, Cargo Trucks, Concrete Trucks, Construction Trucks, Coal Trucks, Delivery Vans, Dump Trucks, Fuel Trucks, Garbage Trucks, Moving Vans, Semi-Trucks, Steel Trucks, Tanker Trucks, City Trucks, City Busses
Slips, Trips, Falls, Private Property, City Property, Schools, Broken and Defective Sidewalks, Mis-leveled Sidewalks, Potholes in Crosswalks, Missing Curbs, Broken Steps, Dangerous Floors, Missing or Poor Lighting, Missing Hand Rails, Elevator Accidents, Snow and Ice
Falls, Safety Violations, Missing or Broken Safety Equipment, Ladder or Scaffold Malfunction, Falling Objects, Unsafe Site Conditions, Excavation Collapse
Surgery, Failure to Diagnose, Improper Procedure, Improper Medication
Neglect, Bedsores, Fractures, Failure to aid in Walking, Improper Conditions
Protection of Your Rights, Defense when Sued, Suing for Damages or Collections
Mr. Thaens has represented many businesses and individuals in New York City Criminal Court regarding Fire Violations which are related to Department of Buildings (DOB) violation codes.