Scarsdale, New York Personal Injury Attorney
Representing Scarsdale and White Plains clients facing personal injury
Serving Scarsdale, White Plains, the Bronx,and all of Westchester County, The Law Offices of Daniel A. Kalish passionately practices law and has offered New Yorkers quality legal services for over 25 years. The Law Offices of Daniel A. Kalish is honored to serve the people of Scarsdale, New York. Our White Plains firm handles all personal injury matters for Scarsdale clients, including auto accidents, animal bites, workplace accidents, slip and falls, and construction accidents. Our New York legal team will advocate on behalf of Scarsdale families who need to file wrongful death claims. Scarsdale residents who believe that their lawyer lost a case because of negligence can trust in the Law Offices of Daniel A. Kalish to advocate on their behalf in a legal malpractice case.
Our New York firm is proud to be a legal resource to clients from Scarsdale, New York regarding law matters, including personal injury, wrongful death claims, and legal malpractice. Scarsdale is a wonderful village with a lot to offer residents and visitors of the community. Scarsdale is a family-oriented suburb with easy access to New York City. Home to an affluent community, Scarsdale has some of the most beautiful houses in Westchester County. The schools are top notch, and the recreational facilities are one of a kind. For those who live in Scarsdale, it is hard to beat the picturesque lifestyle.
Scarsdale clients appreciate the easy commute to our office in White Plains, located on Main Street. Conveniently situated only 2.5 miles from our firm, clients often take Post Road and Maple Avenue to reach our law firm. When Scarsdale residents get to our White Plains office and get to know our staff, they are happy with their choice of law firm. Scarsdale, New York residents should not hesitate to contact The Law Offices of Daniel A. Kalish for quality legal services regarding personal injuries, wrongful death suits, and legal malpractice issues.