Licatesi Law Group, LLP, is an established Long Island law firm with deep roots in the community going back for almost 40 years. During our four decades of serving the Long Island and New York communities, we have worked diligently to protect local residents who have been seriously injured in an accident and may be facing the loss of income or their home or place of business.
We have obtained millions of dollars in settlements and jury awards for our injured clients, recovered substantial compensation for healthcare providers across New York State and helped countless accident victims rebuild their lives.
We Stand By Our Word
We believe that our word is our bond. We have built our stellar reputation over 40 years by treating every client with respect, and every legal issue facing them with the seriousness and hard work it deserves. We are upfront and honest with all of our clients. We strive to be educators as well as aggressive advocates. We think you should be informed about your legal options and rights, so we take the time to answer your questions and we are available to discuss your matter.
Loyalty is important to us. We are loyal to our community, to the ethical practice of law, and most of all, to our clients who rely on us during their financial and legal struggles.
Client-Focused Because We Care
We are a boutique law firm by choice, which allows us to provide the personalized and tailored representation we believe is integral to achieving a successful outcome. From car accidents to slip and fall accidents, we are a firm with a “neighborhood feel” that has the knowledge and skill to remain on the forefront of personal injury law and no-fault collections in New York.
We represent clients throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County and all of Long Island from our office in Uniondale, and throughout New York City’s five boroughs from our office in Brooklyn. You can reach us at 516-712-2969 or through our online intake form.
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