Douglas & London, P.C.

Douglas & London, P.C., is a medical malpractice and product liability law firm in New York, New York. We represent clients in cases involving a variety of issues including consumer fraud, defective drugs, defective products, negligence, toxic torts and more. Our firm is committed to fighting on behalf of those who have been injured or have suffered harm due to the fault of another and giving a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves.

Over the course of our firm's history, we have taken on large corporations and other formidable opponents in a variety of industries including the automobile, pharmaceutical and tobacco industries. We work hard to ensure that our clients are fairly compensated for the damages they experience, either through a settlement or a courtroom verdict.

All of us at Douglas & London, P.C., are committed to providing the highest quality of service to each and every client. Our team consists of attorneys, an investigator, nurse consultants and other professionals dedicated to advocating for the clients we serve. Our diverse staff speaks multiple languages, allowing us to communicate with a wide variety of clients.

Many of our employees have worked for us for more than a decade. Our attorneys are active in a wide variety of professional and community organizations and have received awards, honors and recognition for their contributions to the legal profession. We are also enthusiastic about giving back to our local community, supporting and participating in community events for organizations such as the Public Justice Foundation and Human Rights First.

Our office is conveniently located on Maiden Lane in New York, New York, and provides free parking. We offer free consultations, as well as evening and weekend appointments.

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