Madonna, Michael A. - New York, NY

777 Third Avenue35th FloorNew York, NY 10017- 1400

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Updated: 02/20/2015

New York Plaintiff's Personal Injury Lawyer

Overview

Michael A. Madonna has an outstanding record in the trial of personal injury cases and spends much of his time in court for Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman.A 1992 graduate of the St. Johns University Law School, Mr. Madonna was admitted to the State Bar of New Jersey in 1992 and the State Bar of New York in 1993. He has also been admitted to the Federal Bars in the Eastern and Southern districts of New York and the district court of New Jersey. Mr. Madonna is a member of the New York State...

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