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11 Park Pl #1801 New York, NY 10007
11 Park Place #1801USNew YorkNew York10007
Personal Injury AttorneyToday Closed
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
The NY injury law firm of Barasch McGarry Salzman & Penson, PC is one of New York's most prominent firms concentrating in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and firefighter rights.  Our firm enjoys an outstanding reputation with people of every background, ethnic group, and profession in New York. 

 Our accident lawyers represent seriously injured victims from all types of accidents.  We have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients at trials and in settlements. When you cannot fight for yourself, we will fight relentlessly and aggressively on your behalf, until you receive the compensation.
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T Doyle
a month ago
I was very impressed with their professionalism and timeliness of their responses. Chris has been more than helpful in every step of the process of my WTC claim. He and Michael Barasch continue to help me and make me feel confident in them! Thanks for everything that you are doing. Keep up the great work!
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Hilary Walke
3 months ago
Barasch McGarry truly cares about its clients. Michael Barasch is a kind, attentive, and thoughtful person who puts his heart and soul into everything he does. The staff is punctual, detail-oriented, passionate, and organized. Everyone there is friendly and makes you feel warm and welcome as soon as you start working with them. It's a firm that won't stop until you get you the justice you deserve!
Alan Silver
3 weeks ago
I just want prospective claimants to know that this law firm is first rate. My first meeting was with Edward Markowitz. Not only was Mr. Markowitz very professional and understanding of my needs. He handled my case along with other attorneys and he was very accurate. He and the other attorney's told me what paperwork was needed. How each step was handled. The award was dead on. I highly recommend this law firm to any first responders. As a former responder who toiled on the "Pile". I cannot give enough thanks to this law firm from the professional receptionist, paralegal handling (Faxes), to the personal attorney. Thanks again.
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frank somma
2 weeks ago
I am divorced. As a man, going through the archaic, unjust divorce laws, I wasn't exactly a fan of the system, the laws or the lawyers themselves. I couldn't believe how completely opposite the law firm of Barasch McGarry Salzman & Penson made me feel. They made me feel like a real person, with real problems and made things extremely personal. I could not be happier with the respect and personal treatment they obliged to me. Thank you

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Government Agencies Usually Protected in Car Accident Claims: If you have been involved in an accident that somehow involves a negligent government agency or employee, you might find that there are some tough roadblocks to obtaining compensation that do not exist in other types of claims. There is…
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Advocates Applaud Bipartisan Push to Renew Zadroga 9/11 Health Law: Attorney Michael Barasch in front row listening to Senators Gillibrand and Schumer andCongressmen Nadler, King and Maloney, as they introduced a bill extendingthe Act. -Senators, Members of Congress from Both Sides of the Aisle…
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Appellate Court: Lawsuit Over DMV Examiner’s Injury May Proceed: An appellate court has ruled that a New York Department of Motor Vehicles employee who suffered an injury when a student crashed during a driving test may proceed with a lawsuit against a driving school and the student. The decision…
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Unique Legal Considerations for Mass Transit Accidents: When a mass transit accident occurs, there may be many different factors involved and various individuals or entities at fault. As a result, there are some unique limits associated with personal injury claims after a public transportation…
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Re-Authorization of The James L. Zadroga 9/11 Health & Compensation Act has Bi-Partisan Support: In 2011, Congress passed the James L. Zadroga 9/11 Health & Compensation Act, which established a program within the Department of Health and Human Services to provide medical monitoring and treatment…
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On behalf of the Zadroga family, as well as the 7500 other sick first
responders and local residents who my firm is honored to represent, I
thank Councilwoman Margaret Chin, the City Council and Congress for doing
the right thing. Not a week goes by without one of my clients, who has
already been diagnosed with a WTC respiratory illness, calling to let me
know that he's been diagnosed with one of the 60 cancers linked by NYOSH
to the WTC toxic dust. Over 3000 of them have had their cancer is directly
linked to the toxic dust.  Hundreds of them have been found totally and
permanently disabled. The only thing these men and women did wrong was
believe the EPA's infamous pronouncement that "the air is safe".  They
will no doubt need continued medical treatment and compensation for the
rest of their lives.  They didn't hesitate after the attacks.  We now have
to be there for them. I implore Congress to do the right thing and get
this bill passed!
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Firefighters More Susceptible to Cancer than Most: There are many inherent dangers to being a firefighter. Burns, falling beams, collapsing structures and inhalation of smoke and fumes are all common dangers that they must face and overcome. Some dangers of the position lie hidden for years,…
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Appellate Court Allows Golf Cart Accident Lawsuit to Move Ahead: In a 4-1 ruling, a panel of the Appellate Division, First Department decided that a trial court was correct in denying a motion for summary judgment by a golf course owner attempting to have an injury victim’s claim dismissed. The…
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Appeals Court Reverses Ruling in Favor of Injured Passenger in Train Accident: A Court of Appeals recently reversed a decision made by the Appellate Division, First Department to apply res ipsa loquitur in a case involving a Metro-North Railroad train’s swinging ceiling door that reportedly injured…
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Inspirational Art Arrives in the World Trade Center: When the new World Trade Center commissioned artists to come in and bring some life to the new facility, they instructed them to make the artwork “unifying.” While the art doesn’t specifically depict the history of the site, there was an…
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Attorney Michael Barasch Quoted in Wall Street Journal Article about 9/11 Compensation Fund: On April 8th, the Wall Street Journal published an article titled “Fund to Give More Than $1 Billion to Ailing Sept. 11 Workers.” In the article, writer Derek Kravitz discusses the congressional fund that…
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