My father would often say that family is the most important thing in life. In addition, he taught me to regard all the people in my life as family: my friends, co-workers, employees, and in particular, my clients. And although he was a highly regarded figure in the world of workers' compensation, and maintained a thriving practice, he was always true to his word, never giving less than the best of his time and attention.
When I graduated law school and became an Assistant District Attorney assigned to Elizabeth Holzman's ground-breaking Sex Crimes Unit, I learned all too well how wise my father was, and how tragically the bonds of affection and responsibility can be torn apart. I vowed that I would take my fathers words ever more to heart. That is why I now maintain a boutique law firm, one that is sizable enough to meet the practical requirements of my clients (thorough research and preparation in the service of aggressive and imaginative advocacy), while staying small enough to meet my clients more personal needs (close attention and sympathetic counseling.)
My efforts on behalf of my workers' compensation and social security disability clients have resulted in several radio appearances, notably on the popular Bernard Meltzer and Bernadette Michaels radio shows, and have also led to my being profiled in the INTERNATIONAL TEAMSTER magazine.
I taught a seminar in Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, Wages & Hours, and Social Security Disability Law for Continuing Visions: Continuing Education For The Funeral Profession.
I am also very proud to have received a Distinguished Service Award, granted to me by the New York State Chiropractic Counsel.
Areas Of Practice
- Social Security -- Disability
- Workers' Compensation Law
- Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, Wages & Hours, and Social Security Disability Law for Continuing Visions: Continuing Education For The Funeral Profession
Honors and Awards
- Distinguished Service Award, New York State Chiropractic Counsel