Top Manorville Administrative Lawyers - New York

  • Hardin, Kundla, McKeon & Poletto is a firm of 50 attorneys offering quality services to businesses in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. The firm is best known for its work defending manufacturers, construction, contractors, insurance companies, health care institutions, and other businesses in litigation. The attorneys offer a wide range of experiences and practice sets led by experienced...

  • Licensed to Practice State Bar of Illinois County Courts of Illinois State Bar of New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division Court of Claims New York City Courts (Civil & Criminal) Federal Jurisdictions Internal Revenue Service CAF Pro Hac Vice In Various Other Federal Courts Around The Country Securities Related Venues Federal Courts...

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    Becker (Becker & Poliakoff), with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, FL, is a multi-practice commercial law firm with attorneys, lobbyists and other professionals at offices throughout the East Coast. Founded in 1973, the firm provides its clients with services in areas of law including business litigation, real estate, government law and lobbying, corporate law, construction, and condominium...

  • Located in Albany, New York, the law firm of O'Connor First provides exceptional advocacy and support to a diverse range of clients involved in complex insurance disputes and litigation. With an additional office in Bennington, Vermont, we represent insurance companies, health care providers and physicians, self-insured business owners and others across both states, and our law firm has earned...

  • For over 30 years, Brian Premo has made the highest standards of professionalism the cornerstones of his personal injury and criminal defense practice. He is committed to ensuring his clients obtain the best possible results in all stages of the legal process. Brian Premo knows that justices is earned through dedicated action. While most cases settle before trial, Brian Premo knows that to obtain...

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