Sometimes the hardest decision is reaching out to a lawyer. You may have been served with some unfamiliar legal papers, or there are pending agreements or leases in front of you. If you're a small, growing, or established business looking to vindicate your contractual rights, comply with laws, deal with your employees and contractors, protect your intellectual property, structure your business associations -- you may need an attorney's help.
Our firm comprises friendly, experienced attorneys with diverse backgrounds, practicing in many venues around New York City and New Jersey. We think of ourselves as problem solvers, a true boutique service, where every client's issues are individually examined. Our goal is to provide honest counsel, strategic vision, and when necessary, go to battle. We try building long-term relationships with our clients, the individuals and companies for whom we provide competent and holistic legal service. Our clients have grown to trust us and many of our corporate clients have made us their part-time in-house counsel.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
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$394,633.47 for a man who suffered second degree burns over a portion of his body when a furnace exploded. There was substantial evidence that the injuries may have been due to his own negligence – but we were able to show that the balance of negligence was in his favor resulting a very favorable result with apportionment of liability. (2014)
$132,000.00 for a woman who suffered a displaced fracture of her arm requiring surgery when her vehicle was struck by a commercial vehicle making an illegal left hand turn in front of her. The policy limit was quite small and diminishing through the defense. We were able to obtain significantly more than the policy limit for the woman. (2012)
$200,000.00+ for a family struck by a drunk driver where most individuals were (fortunately) generally unharmed but one child suffered a major scar on his forehead. (2015)
$181,000.00 for a woman who was dropped by an ambulance driver resulting in severe injuries to her femur.
$650,000.00+ settlement for a wrongful death of a woman in an elder care facility where most other attorneys assessed the value of the case at less than $100,000.00. However, with an innovative approach and theory, the defendants capitulated to a settlement without trial for greater than 6 times the assessed value and approximately 12 times greater than the defendants “final” offer before mediation (2015)
~$600,000.00 in 2016-2017 related to a house sale fraud
$215,000.00 for a consumer who was sued by a home improvement contractor for $4,000.00 when the contractor violated the Consumer Fraud Act and fought militantly for more than five years including collection efforts and appeals (2009-2013)
$CONFIDENTIAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT regarding an international corporation which was defrauding consumers in international moves (2012)
$CONFIDENTIAL SETTLEMENT AMOUNT regarding a car dealership charging consumers for additional services not disclosed before purchase (2011)
$47,500.00 plus an obligation to make all payments on a motor vehicle loan (more than $30,000.00) for a consumer who was defrauded in the purchase of a used luxury vehicle (2009)
$45,000.00 for a condominium association which was defrauded in the installation of a parking system (2012)
$30,000.00 for a consumer defrauded in the purchase of a vehicle and where the dealership repossessed the vehicle illegally when the consumer was fully up to date on all payments by retaining a copy of the keys (2016)
$330,000.00 for a consumer defrauded by a home improvement contractor. After fourteen day civil trial, awarded more than $190,000.00 to the consumer and greater than $140,000.00 in attorney’s fees and costs.
2019: obtained and collected on a judgement as a result of winning of motion in lieu of complaint, in Kings County Supreme Court.
$70,000.00 for a commercial property owner against tenants for failure to pay rent
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