Progressive advocate, learned counsel, bilingual in English and Spanish
Mr. Sanchez first practiced as an associate attorney at Tellerman, Paticoff & Greenberg. He then joined the insurance defense firm of Michael Pressman where he was engaged as senior trial attorney.
Mr. Sanchez entered private practice as a member of Friedman & Sanchez, LLP. He is fully bilingual in English and Spanish.
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