Danielle J. Marino joined the firm in 2021. Danielle received her Juris Doctor degree in 2016. Her practice concentrates in plaintiff’s medical malpractice and personal injury. Prior to joining the firm, Danielle concentrated on the defense of hospitals, physicians, and other health care professionals in medical malpractice actions handling cases from inception to conclusion. Danielle’s experience on the defense side provides her with a unique perspective for litigating cases. Danielle also has experience in Matrimonial and Family Law matters and is passionate for advocating for her clients.
Leav & Steinberg are amazing, kind, compassionate, and loving, once you hire them, you become part of their family. We love them.
Mercedes Valentin Davila
This firm is amazing! Ricardo Martinez was very professional, courteous and friendly. All of my questions were answered promptly and my case was handled very quickly!!!! I highly recommend this firm!!
I felt great and very comfortable dealing with Edward. I have been with him since he started practicing law and I always call him anytime I have a situation that requires a lawyer. I recommend him to everyone that I know, family, friends,and even people that I’ve seen that need a great accident lawyer.
Excellent law firm exceeded all my expectations Couldn’t ask for better results with my case. highly recommend them
I had a great experience with this law firm for my personal injury case. I was referred to them by another attorney who did not handle the type of case I had and from the beginning I felt I was in good hands by Edward Averbach, Esq., Edward Steinberg, Esq. and the paralegals that worked my case.
We serve the following localities: New York City including Manhattan, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, and Westchester County.
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