Klein, Susan - New York, NY

39 BroadwaySuite 1530New York, NY 10006

Updated: 03/30/2018

New York Social Security -- Disability Lawyer

Overview

My father would often say that family is the most important thing in life. In addition, he taught me to regard all the people in my life as family: my friends, co-workers, employees, and in particular, my clients. And although he was a highly regarded figure in the world of workers' compensation, and maintained a thriving practice, he was always true to his word, never giving less than the best of his time and attention.

When I graduated law school and became an Assistant District...

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