Top Whitestone Insurance Defense Lawyers - New York

  • Thuillez, Ford, Gold, Butler & Monroe, LLP, offers a broad range of legal services throughout upstate New York. We are dedicated to litigation with an emphasis in the areas of insurance defense, health law, products liability, commercial litigation and appellate practice. Recently, with the addition of other attorneys, we are now able to offer services encompassing bankruptcy, labor and...

  • 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...

  • Phelan, Phelan & Danek, LLP has assembled a team of lawyers that provide representation and services covering a broad spectrum of legal disciplines and practice areas.  This gives our firm a keen ability to evaluate all available options to achieve your goals in an efficient manner.  Phelan, Phelan & Danek, LLP meets clients’ needs by finding innovative solutions. Phelan,...

  • The law firm of Stockton, Barker & Mead was founded in 1994 and maintains its offices in Albany, New York. The firms attorney provide high quality, cost effective legal service to business and insurance clients throughout New York State. Our firm represents and advises clients in the areas of workers' compensation and insurance defense. We also provide estate planning and probate service to...

  • Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP is a multi-service, progressive law firm consisting of more than 40 active lawyers and a professional staff. We provide outstanding legal services both regionally and across the State of New York. A large number of our lawyers have been selected for inclusion in various editions of the “Super Lawyers” and “Best Lawyers" in America...

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