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Injured while at work, or in a car accident? The Law Office of Frank Cetero will get you the results you deserve.


Suffolk County Personal Injury Attorneys

Providing Client-Focused Legal Counsel for Over 50 Years Combined

At the Law Office of Frank A. Cetero, our clients are our first priority. For over a collective 50 years, our firm has given clients in Suffolk and Nassau County personalized attention backed by extensive experience and a commitment to excellence.

When a client comes to us for help with their personal injury claim, our team pours over the details of their case and investigates the little details that can make a big difference. We understand how important it is to get your life back, which is why we leave no stone unturned when handling a case.

Schedule a free initial consultation with the Law Office of Frank A. Cetero or call 631-539-9950 for more information. We are proud to serve clients in Suffolk County, Nassau County, and the surrounding areas.

Choose An Attorney Who Cares

If you have been injured in an accident or on the job, you may be feeling anxious about how your injury will affect your future. A split second of recklessness can rob you of your freedom and autonomy, but with the right legal counsel, you can take back your life.

The Law Office of Frank A. Cetero understands how devastating an injury can be and how difficult it is to make a claim. We value building personal, confidential relationships with clients facing complex issues and handling each case respectfully.

Our compassionate legal advocates waste no time addressing your needs, and we are prepared to aggressively advocate for your interests inside and outside the courtroom. Our team is available 24/7 to answer questions and address concerns.

When To Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

In general, it’s best to contact a lawyer to discuss your personal injury claim as soon as possible. The main reason for this is that there is a time limit on how long you have to file a claim. This time limit is called the statute of limitations and it is a law which is dictated on a state by state basis that allocates a specific timeline of when personal injury cases can be filed.

According to the New York Civil Practice Law & Rules section 214 the state of New York has a three-year timeline. This means you have three years from the date of your accident to file your claim before you lose your right to do so and your right to recover compensation. There are some notable exceptions to this law where the filing time may change, including:

  • If the injury victim is a minor at the time the injury occurred
  • The negligent party left the state before a claim could be filed and was gone for at least four months

If you have a claim, don’t hesitate to contact our firm as soon as possible to get started!

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Skilled in a Variety of Legal Matters

Our Suffolk County attorneys have extensive experience with a variety of legal matters, including:

Each of our lawyers has extensive courtroom experience. Our firm knows how to prepare these cases and works hard to help you successfully resolve your claim. We are prepared to advocate for you in any hearing or court proceeding.

Call the Law Office of Frank A. Cetero at 631-539-9950 for more information.

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