I dedicate all of my time to the representation of seriously injured persons. I handle all types of personal injury and medical malpractice cases, including many types of birth injury cases involving cerebral palsy and Erb's Palsy.
From 1996 until 2010, I practiced law at Powers & Santola, LLP, where I was a partner for 11 years. In July 2010, I returned to my hometown of Kingston, New York, where I joined Mainetti, Mainetti & O'Connor.
Scarborough v. Napoli, Kaiser & Berne in Oswego, New York:
I recovered $1 million for a client in a legal malpractice case against a prominent NYC law firm. The claims in the lawsuit involved the alleged deceit and fraud committed by the NYC law firm in its attempt to conceal its malpractice from the client.
I offer a 30 minute free consultation.
All of my work is based on a contingency fee.
$1,000 per hour
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For an emergency after hours, please call (866) 889-6882 or (518) 265-9131.
In 1993, I represented the victim of a bus accident who was severely brain damaged. From that point on, there was no other area of law that I wanted to practice.
An informed, educated client is an ideal client. I keep clients informed by sending them copies of all letters, motions, pleadings and discovery responses.
I am always willing to review legal documents prepared by clients if they want to proceed pro se in a law suit.
I am willing to give advice to clients who represent themselves, but the best advice for such clients is to retain a lawyer.
• Associate - Tabner and Ryan - April 1994 - November 1996
• Partner - Powers & Santola, LLP — December 1996 — July 2010
My best life experience is being the father of three beautiful children.
I focus all of my energy and commitment to less than twelve cases of substantial and catastrophic injuries at a time. By working on a limited number of cases, I can get the best results.Personal interests:
I love waterskiing, and barefooting. I am an avid fan of the Chicago Bears and Notre Dame.
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