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Leav and Steinberg Team

Law Firm in the Bronx, NY

Since 1999, the personal injury attorneys at Leav & Steinberg LLP have assisted clients in the Bronx and surrounding tri-state area with the goal to provide excellent lawyering combined with exceptional customer service. By employing thorough trial techniques and advanced case management technology, we have achieved notable results for our clients.

Putting Clients First

If you have been seriously injured, we know that finding the right lawyer is just one of many stresses in your life. That’s why we are always available for our clients and offer in-person meetings and at-home consultations based on your needs. You will also be given the cell phone numbers of the lawyer and paralegal handling your case to contact them at any time. Our multilingual staff speaks English, Spanish, Albanian, Polish, and Portuguese, and we can provide translators to assist clients who speak other languages.

Our Practice Areas

At Leav & Steinberg, LLP, we take on a range of cases that involve personal injury, negligence, and malpractice. Our practice areas include premises liability, police brutality, medical malpractice, construction accidents, nursing home negligence, product liability, car and transportation accidents, and more. In recognition of our expertise, members of our staff have been listed as New York Super Lawyers every year since 2008.

The personal injury attorneys of Leav & Steinberg LLP can meet with clients in our Bronx office upon appointment. Our Bronx office is accessible via public transportation by taking the 5 train as well as the Bx26 and Bx31 bus lines. Request your free consultation by contacting us today.

Leav & Steinberg LLP

2705 Eastchester Rd
Bronx, NY 10469
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Phone: 718-515-4357
Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Saturday–Sunday: Closed

Leav & Steinberg Bronx Office

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