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From Clients 

"We met with Kevin and discussed our case. Our meeting lasted two hours. I was amazed at the level of attention and concern Kevin demonstrated towards my wife and me. He was willing to spend as long as we needed to hear our case. We decided to hire Kevin as our lawyer." 

"Mr. Kuehner was a pleasure to work with and we felt his knowledge, tact, appearance, and caring attitude combined to make the perfect lawyer for our needs."

From Colleagues

“I endorse this lawyer's work. Kevin is one of the star personal injury lawyers in the Syracuse area."

“In the time I have spent working with Mr. Kuehner I have found him to be dedicated, talented, intelligent and resourceful. Any client should be pleased to have Mr. Kuehner on their side.”

Featured Articles and FAQs

>>Overview of New York Law and How Your Case is Handled

Careful early case analysis and aggressive case selection are the hallmark of the Kuehner Law Firm. This article has an overview of how we undertake a client’s case, Topics  include pre-trial discovery, getting your case on the court calendar, the trial process and appeals.

>>What is “serious injury” and the “serious injury threshold” that people talk about when discussing car crash cases?
Section 5102(d) of the New York State Insurance Law defines seven standards for a serious injury which must be met for a person to succeed in a lawsuit related to car crashes.  Therefore, a person must satisfy at least one of these seven definitions before he or she can pursue a lawsuit. The court will look at several key issues in assessing an injury.
>>How long will my case take?

Even though many cases settle before trial, this does not usually happen until both sides have prepared the case. Generally, lawsuits take about two years from filing to trial.

>>How much is my Medical Malpractice case worth?
The "value" of your case depends on many factors, such as the extent of your injury, the amount of your medical bills, and your condition after you have finished treatment.

The calculation also involves the ability of the other party to pay a judgment, whether you played any role in causing the accident or that the other party is responsible.
The information on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.
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217 Montgomery Street, Suite 100
Syracuse, NY 13202

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