New York City based law firm specializing in the areas of plaintiffs personal injury and medical malpractice law. The firm has achieved a reputation as distinguished litigators in the fields of personal injury and medical malpractice.
Founded in 1917, Friedman, Levy, Goldfarb & Green, P.C. is one of the premier personal injury firms in New York City. Committed to excellence in representation, we believe that every injured person deserves honest, skillful and aggressive representation in and out of the courtroom. Whether you have suffered an injury on the job or in an accident, our attorneys will fight for your rights and dedicate ourselves to obtaining the compensation you deserve. We have won millions of dollars in awards on behalf of our clients and have a long track record of successful verdicts in New York. We offer a complimentary initial consultation and will listen to your concerns and answer any questions before clearly explaining all of your legal options so that you can make an informed decision about how to proceed in your matter. You can count on Friedman, Levy, Goldfarb & Green to aggressively pursue your matter until we achieve a the best outcome possible in your matter.
Client Review for Ira H. Goldfarb | July 01, 2014
Ira diligently protects his clients and is very thorough and knowledgable regarding NY residential real estate transactions.
Ira diligently protects his clients and is very thorough and knowledgable regarding NY residential real estate transactions. Read less
Client Review for Ira H. Goldfarb | June 21, 2011
He has received my highest recommendation.
He has received my highest recommendation. Read less
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