Comprehensive Legal Guidance, Across New York

About Our Founder And Our Law Firm

Brian J. Levy, founding attorney of Brian J. Levy & Associates, P.C., has more than 15 years of experience in personal injury law. He graduated from Syracuse University and received his law degree from the Quinnipiac University School of Law. He has assisted clients throughout the New York City metro area, including Long Island and the Bronx, as well as others across the tri-state area (New York-New Jersey-Connecticut). His professional memberships include the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and the New York State Trial Lawyers Association.

If You Are Injured, You Deserve The Best Lawyers On Your Side

With a successful history of more than 1,500 cases handled, our firm has recovered more than $25 million in awards and settlements for our clients. We have achieved this level of success by treating our clients with respect and compassion and by being aggressive and smart at the negotiating table and in the courtroom.

We represent clients who have been injured in many types of circumstances, including:

We also represent family members looking for closure after a wrongful death.

Insurance companies want to force you to settle your claim for the lowest possible amount. Our firm’s lawyers understand how to maximize your settlement after a car accident or any accidental injury. Having an attorney from a firm recognized for its focus on personal injury sends a message to the other side that you are serious about pursuing your claim.

For Personalized Counsel And Representation

Your accident changed your life. The personal injury attorneys at Brian J. Levy & Associates can help you secure the funds to heal from it and maintain your quality of life. We work with clients in Long Island, the Bronx and other parts of New York City and throughout the tri-state area. For a free case consultation, call our Syosset office at 516-496-1777 or our Bronx office at 718-423-0757 today.

You can also use our online contact form.