Why Choose William Mattar?
Standing up for car accident injury victims is what the lawyers at William Mattar Law Offices do. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, let our focus be your advantage.
When you choose William Mattar to handle your claim, you’ll get our:
- Record of Getting Results
We’ve helped tens of thousands of clients get the best possible financial results for their claims, and we want to help you too. Check out our Testimonials page to see what our clients are saying about us!
- Free Initial Consultation
There’s no obligation when you call or contact us online, and your initial case consultation is always free. Whether your case is big or small, we’re here to help.
- No Fee Until We WinSM*
We believe everyone should have equal access to quality legal representation. That’s why we have our No Fee Until We WinSM—a simple promise that you won’t pay us attorney’s fees unless you win or settle your case.
- Years of Experience
We’ve been helping clients throughout New York State since 1990, and we have the knowledge and resources to fight for the compensation you need to pay for your injuries.
- Dedicated Legal Team
Our attorneys, intake department, investigators, and litigation specialists will work together to prepare a strong claim on your behalf, so you can focus on getting better.
At William Mattar, we take the time to get to know our clients and their claims. Our team members live and work in their communities, and it’s our goal to make neighbors like you feel comfortable through every step of the legal process. If you were injured in a car accident, get the help you need now from our personal injury lawyers. Dial (844) 444-4444 or complete our free online form to contact our 24/7 legal staff today.
Our No Fee Until We WinSM means that unless we win or settle your case, you don’t pay for our attorneys’ legal services.
Client may remain responsible for costs, expenses, and disbursements with the scope of representation, and the No Fee Until We WinSM is subject to and conditioned by this firm’s written contingent fee retainer agreement, which may include continued responsibility for legal fees if firm’s services are discharged.