Gregory Sheindlin

Sheindlin Law Firm

Personal Injury Lawyer | Serving New York, NY

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200 Vesey Street , Floor 24
New York, NY 10285

Dedicated To Achieving The Best Outcome For Your Case

If you have been injured, charged with a crime or had your rights violated then your future and that of your family may be at risk. You need strong legal representation to help protect and enforce your rights. At Sheindlin Law Firm, you will find this help. With more than 25 years of experience, we know how to fight for your rights and get you the best result possible.

I am Gregory Sheindlin, an attorney with more than 25 years of experience in the areas of personal injury, civil rights and criminal defense law. I began my career as a prosecutor in New York City and later became a trial attorney for a national insurance company where I represented hundreds of corporations in hundreds of cases. Over 15 years ago, I decided to use my unique experience to protect and enforce the rights of our individual clients.

Contact Sheindlin Law Firm today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:

  • Brain Injuries
  • Motor Vehicle Crashes
  • Construction Injuries: Beyond Workers' Comp
  • Commercial and Residential Property Accidents
  • Public Transportation Accidents
  • Truck Crashes
  • Bicycle And Citi Bike Crashes
  • Elevator And Escalator Injuries
  • Civil Rights Violations
  • Criminal Defense
  • Medical Malpractice

It costs nothing to reach out and get the smart legal perspective you need. If you and your family are suffering, you owe it to yourself to talk to a knowledgeable attorney as soon as possible. Call Sheindlin Law Firm today at 212-625-8030 to arrange your free initial consultation.

Attorney Gregory Sheindlin

Education:

  • Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York
    • J.D. - 1989
  • State University of New York at Albany
    • B.A. - 1986

Professional Memberships and Achievements:

  • New York State Bar Association (NYSBA)
  • American Association for Justice (AAJ)
  • New York State Trial Lawyer's Association (NYSTLA)
  • AAJ's Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group (TBILG)
  • North American Brain Injury Society (NABIS)
  • Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS)
  • New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NYSACDL)
  • New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers (NYSATL)
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
  • International Brain Injury Association (IBIA)
  • State of California Bar Association (SCBA)
  • Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC)

$6 Million: Motor vehicle crash caused by faulty roadway construction. Installed metal reflector (raised pavement marker) in road pavement dislodged onto surface due to improper installation and inspections. A passing vehicle's tire jettisoned the reflector backwards and through the client's windshield. Client suffered traumatic head and brain injuries.


$2.4 Million: Construction worker injured when his ladder collapsed during construction work. Client suffered spinal injuries.


$900,000: Motor vehicle collision. Client suffered fractured femur requiring surgeries and loss of earnings.


$5000,000: Fall down stairway due to handrail breaking as a result of defective maintenance. Client suffered fractured ankle requiring surgery.


$425,000: Negligent construction and trespassing from construction of high-rise building on adjacent property. Client suffered physical injury to foot, emotional distress and property damage.


$100,000. Bicyclist struck by motor vehicle. Bicyclist suffered fractured pelvic bone (no surgery). Recovered maximum insurance benefits available.


Murder in the 2nd Degree. Not guilty verdict. People v JM.


Rape in the 1st Degree. Not guilty verdict. People v. AH.


Robbery and Assault in the First Degree. Case dismissed. While client was on probation for unrelated felony, he was accused of robbing and stabbing victim. Client identified in photo array and line-up by victim. This law firm conducted investigation establishing that client was not present at time of incident. People v. TA.


Robbery in the Second Degree. While client on probation for robbery, he was accused of stealing a car at gunpoint. Client identified in photo array and line-up by victim. This law firm conducted investigation establishing client was not present at time of incident. People v JO.

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