At Ingber & Provost, we believe that ongoing communication with the client and personal attention is the key to success. As a client, you will deal personally with your attorney, and will never be handed off from one lawyer to another, or find that your case is being handled by a junior associate or paralegal. We pride ourselves on staying in touch, with ongoing correspondence and updates about your case, and are reachable 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
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We understand the stress and difficulty that a serious personal injury adds to your life. Our job is to make your life easier by getting you the care and compensation you deserve. Contact Ingber & Provost today, and let us help you on your road to recovery.
New York attorney Norman Ingber is a founding member of Ingber & Provost, LLP, where he represents individuals throughout the Hudson Valley and Catskill regions of New York who have been injured in automobile accidents or other cases of personal injury, including medical malpractice, slip and falls, wrongful death, birth injuries, and asbestos-related negligence. Mr. Ingber brings over 40 years of legal experience to his practice at Ingber & Provost, including experience as trial counsel for a major insurance company. This experience and perspective enhances his ability to help his clients achieve satisfactory results and receive fair compensation for their injuries, and typically without the need to go to trial and usually within one year of the date of accident.
Mr. Ingber obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from Pace University and earned his law degree from New York Law School. He also attended the Ferkauf Graduate School of Yeshiva University and the New School for Social Research, as well as the Alfred Adler Institute.
A former New York City school teacher, Mr. Ingber has given back to the community in part by serving on planning boards of the City of New York as well as serving on the board of trustees of the Alfred Adler Institute, a training institute for mental health professionals.
Mr. Ingber is a member of the New York Trial Lawyers Association and several local bar associations and is listed in "Who's Who of American Lawyers."
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