NY-based Personal Injury Attorney
Arthur recognizes that communication is the cornerstone of the attorney-client relationship.
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Having worked in the field for 13 years prior to becoming an attorney, Arthur has experience that far exceeds his age. Arthur understands that clients need more than someone to put their name on legal documents when they are injured and are seeking justice. Clients need an attorney with experience, dedication, and empathy, to help them through what is likely one of the toughest times of their lives. Often, more important than the monetary compensation is a client’s peace of mind, knowing that someone is standing up for them.
Arthur recognizes that communication is the cornerstone of the attorney-client relationship. Knowing such, Arthur makes himself accessible day or night for his clients. He keeps his clients apprised of what is happening and is available to answer questions every step of the way. He is more than another suit throwing around fancy words. With understanding, warmth and compassion, Arthur strives to be a full-purpose counselor for people recovering from a traumatic event.
Arthur came to Brooklyn as a baby. Growing up as an immigrant taught him not only the value of hard work, but also the value of community. Arthur was only 15 years old when he began his tenure at the Edelsteins, Faegenburg, and Brown. He worked his way through high school, college and law school as a file clerk, a paralegal, and now, finally, a lawyer. Arthur has worked hundreds of cases on both the family law and personal injury side, though his passion and interest lies with personal injury.
Arthur has always been committed to public service and helping the community that gave him so much. As a Youth Leader with Ezra World Youth Movement, a volunteer with Sanctuary for Families, and an intern at the Children’s Law Center, Arthur has always striven to use his talents for the service of others.
It is with this goal that Arthur continues to reside in the diversity that is Brooklyn, close to his family and friends, in the best city in the world.
Experience and More Information
Brooklyn Law School
(J.D., May, 2016)
Richardson Scholarship Recipient
CUNY, Bernard M. Baruch College
Dean’s Scholar; Peter Vallone Scholarship