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Garden City General Litigation Law Firm
Clients seeking that kind of long-term legal relationship work with us in a variety of matters, including, for instance:
- Wills and trusts
- Litigation in civil matters
- Criminal defense
- Personal injuries
- Real estate, commercial and residential
We bring more than 25 years of legal experience to bear on every matter we handle. That experience provides us with the informed judgment you can rely on when making difficult decisions.
You will rest easy, knowing you have entrusted your legal well-being to a firm committed to you today and in the future. When you need candid feedback in a difficult matter, business or personal, you can depend on us to provide it to you.
To learn more about our firm and its services, please schedule a free initial consultation with us. You can meet with us at any one of a number of convenient locations: Hauppauge, Riverhead, Garden City, Northport and Brooklyn.
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About Russo, Karl, Widmaier & Cordano PLLC
- General Litigation
1103 Stewart AvenueSuite 200 Garden City, NY 11530
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
By Appointment Only
Russo, Karl, Widmaier & Cordano PLLC 7 Bayview Avenue Northport, NY 11768 631-265-7200
Russo, Karl, Widmaier & Cordano PLLC (Main Office) 400 Town Line Road Suite 170 Hauppauge, NY 11788 631-265-7200
Russo, Karl, Widmaier & Cordano PLLC 186 Joralemon Street Suite 1202 Brooklyn, NY 11201 631-265-7200
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