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Our advertising at Katz Lawyers in New York City emphasizes our strengths in effective, highly efficient traffic defense in violations bureaus and courts statewide. We are able to handle many traffic matters in Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and statewide without requiring you to ever appear in court.
Led by experienced, dynamic lawyer Seth Katz, katzlawyers.com is also a proven resource for aggressive DWI defense, all types of driver's license suspension, revocation and reinstatement issues, and tenacious, results-focused personal injury representation after any type of motor vehicle accident.
Wherever you were ticketed, arrested or injured in New York, and wherever you are now, we will offer counsel and action based on your most important goals. For an attorney consultation and action plan, call us now or send an e-mail using the form below.
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New York, NY 10004
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36 Richmond Terrace
Staten Island, NY 10301
Staten Island Law Office
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