Top Pearl River Assault & Battery -- Plaintiff Lawyers - New York

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    12 Cornell Road Latham NY 12110 42.757168 -73.82121

    Aggressive, experienced criminal defense lawyers providing client centered representation to those accused of criminal offenses or under investigation by law enforcement on the state and federal level. With offices located in Albany, Latham and New York City, we handle state and federal criminal cases throughout New York State and respective federal districts. Our zealous advocacy and expansive...

  • 26 Century Hill Drive,Suite 206 Latham NY 12110 42.770912 -73.759094

    At Anderson, Moschetti & Taffany, PLLC, our goal is to guide people with compassion and perseverance following their personal injury or the tragic loss of a loved one. From our Latham, New York law office, we utilize more than three decades of courtroom and negotiation experience to obtain the highest possible compensation on behalf of our clients. We understand the devastating effects these...

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    84 Court Street,Suite 414 Binghamton NY 13901 42.09846 -75.91201

    From our Binghamton, New York, location, our team at The Stanley Law Offices, L.L.P., works diligently to protect the rights of people like you who have suffered a personal injury. We have 90 years of combined experience fighting for the compensation necessary to help you move forward with your life. As a client-centered firm, we offer personalized representation, from your free initial...

  • 6 Butler Place Saratoga Springs NY 12866 43.082645 -73.78854

    Having secured millions of dollars on behalf of victims of negligence, our team at Anderson, Moschetti & Taffany, PLLC, advocates for people in Saratoga Springs, New York, as well as those in the Troy, Schenectady and Albany areas; and throughout upstate New York. We offer free consultation at our law offices in both Saratoga Springs and Latham to individuals who have suffered a personal...

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