Worker’s Compensation, Criminal and Legislative Attorneys

Pasternack, Tilker, Ziegler, Walsh, Stanton & Romano LLP

Serving Brooklyn, New York City, Bronx, Queens
Westchester, Rockland County, Newburgh, all of LI & Middletown


LODI, Worker’s Compensation,

Social Security Claims, 3/4 Disability Pension,

WTC Illnesses, Personal Injury,EMS Heart Bill and Medical Malpractice law

 Scott T. Salmonson

Sherman, Federman, Sambur & McIntyre LLP

One East Main Street
Bay Shore, NY 11706

Mn., Bx., Nassau & Suffolk
LODI, Worker’s Compensation,

Social Security Claims, 3/4 Disability Pension, WTCart Bill

Stuart Salles

225 Broadway

NYC, NY 10007


Fax 212-267-9175

3/4 Disability Pension, Personal Injury law

Oliver Storch 
305 Broadway 
Suite 1001 
New York, NY 10007

Criminal, Personal Injury and Traffic Law

Chet Lukaszewski
3000 Marcus Ave. Suite 2E7
Lake Success, NY 11042 
LODI, 3/4 Disability Pension, Social Security Disability, WTC Illnesses EMS Heart Bill and Personal Injury law

Todd J. Strier
140 Broadway, 37th Fl.
NY, NY 10005 

LODI, 3/4 Disability Pension,

WTC Illnesses, EMS Heart Bill, Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice law

Joel Spivak
Local 3621 Attorney
98 Cuttermill Rd.
Suite 310 N
Great Neck, NY, 11021
Office: 516-829-3939
Fax: 718-895-7164

Associate of Mirkin & Gordon Law Firm

Robert Ungar


Lobbyist and Legislative Law

Worker’s Comp attorneys are not paid by you.  They are given fees by an administrative judge at your Comp hearings. You never pay them from your own pocket.

All other attorney’s will discuss their fees with you.  They either will take your case on a contingency, (at no up front cost, but they take a percentage of what your award if you win) or they have a fee for services to be provided, and sometimes fees for court filing, copies, etc. to be paid up front.  Fees should be discussed and their payment as well in advance so you are aware of your financial responsibility.

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