...At The Perry Law Firm, we have a long list of clients that range from small startup businesses to Fortune 500 companies. We represent those in Corning, New York, in matters of personal injury and offer comprehensive legal representation in alternative dispute forums, administrative agencies and all federal and state courts. With almost 20 years of experience, we have created a team of individuals that provide knowledgeable and timely legal advice, with a network of experts to back us up.
Along with Corning, we also represent those in the Newburgh, New York, metropolitan area and all the surrounding counties. We represent hospitals, nursing homes, diagnostic laboratories, assisted living facilities and physicians in matters of medical liability, medical malpractice and long-term care litigation. Our general liability practice areas include professional liability, criminal law, product liability, personal injury, motor vehicle liability, premises liability and municipal law.
The qualified attorneys at our law firm also handle business litigation, including all matters related to employment law, contracts, common law, breach of contract, copyright and trademark infringement and theft of trade secrets. Finally, we also represent clients in insurance coverage disputes, punitive damage claims and bad faith.
The Perry Law Firm places an emphasis on cost-effective, high-quality, personalized legal representation, and we offer free initial consultations to clients. To provide our clients with additional flexibility during a difficult, trying time, we accept credit card payments in office. Our uncompromising focus on getting positive results has earned us a reputation as aggressive advocates for the best interests of our clients.
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