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The Law Offices of Daniel A. Kalish

The Law Offices of Daniel A. Kalish

Bronx, NY 10452

Bronx, New York Personal Injury Lawyer

Phone(718) 828-2029 or (888) 335-2958

I am Daniel A. Kalish, a personal injury and wrongful death lawyer representing clients throughout the New York City metro area. I am passionate about the practice of law, and I am dedicated to giving accident victims and their families the legal counsel and representation they deserve....

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Kahn Gordon Timko & Rodriques P.C.

Kahn Gordon Timko & Rodriques P.C.

Bronx, NY 10461

Bronx Personal Injury Attorneys

Phone(800) 724-3537

Kahn Gordon Timko & Rodriques P.C. is recognized as a prominent law firm in New York. As a personal injury firm, we represent victims of negligence in the five boroughs of New York City and communities throughout the New York City metro region. Our firm was founded in 1998 with a...

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  • Law Office of Daniel Levy, LLP

    Bronx, NY 10461

    Bronx Personal Injury Lawyers

    Phone (718) 684-2530

    At Law Office of Daniel Levy, LLP, our clients always come first. We understand that accidents are not merely business as usual. We pride ourselves on the support and compassion we show our clients in the difficult times that often follow a life-changing accident. Whether paying a client a home...

  • The Felicetti Law Firm

    Bronx, NY 10451

    Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse, Mass Torts

    Phone (718) 301-8233

    The Felicetti Law Firm offers aggressive and dedicated legal representation in your accident or injury claim. We are focused on personal injury law, and our experience in the insurance industry allows us a unique understanding of the best way to bring your injury case to a fair resolution....


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Maritime Law

Maritime law, also referred to as admiralty law, consists of the statutes and case precedents that govern legal disputes originating on navigable waters. Navigable waters include all bodies of water that are capable of being used for interstate or foreign commerce. Thus, a large river that flows into the ocean or crosses state lines would fall within maritime jurisdiction. A lake entirely within a single state would not.