Manhattan, Staten Island, Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens Traffic Lawyers
Our firm founder, attorney Seth Katz, is a focused and dynamic litigator with many years of experience handling criminal, personal injury and traffic cases throughout the five boroughs of New York City and statewide. You may already know his face and voice from our katzlawyers.com radio and television advertising — and you may be ready to contact us right now to put Mr. Katz to work on your case.
Whether you need dedicated, aggressive DWI defense, the utmost in efficient, results-driven NYC traffic violations representation, or personal injury advocacy after a serious car accident or other roadway crash, Katz Lawyers is a proven resource. We know you have a lot on your plate and that defending your driver's license and other interests without appearing in court may well be your top priority.
Results-Driven Representation for All New Yorkers, Commercial Drivers and Residents of Other States
To learn more about lawyer Seth Katz and his proven approach to resolving motor vehicle-related legal matters and keeping people on the road in all 63 New York counties, please follow the profile link below, continue exploring this site, or call our law firm now: 212-747-0606 (in Manhattan) or 718-876-8105 (on Staten Island).
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