Sakkas, Cahn & Weiss, LLP

For more than 60 years, we at the lower Manhattan personal injury law firm Sakkas, Cahn & Weiss LLP have fought diligently and tenaciously for our clients' best interests in cases of vehicle accidents, premises liability, wrongful death, medical malpractice, product liability, clergy and police misconduct, and nursing home negligence. We have offices in New Jersey and Connecticut, and Garden City, New York. We provide free consultations and flexible scheduling, including weekend and evening appointments, and we are fluent in English and Spanish.

Our partners have over six decades of combined experience and have garnered numerous honors. Adam D. Cahn belongs to the prestigious Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum and has been ranked among the top 100 personal injury litigators in the state by The National Trial Lawyers organization. Matthew Sakkas is a Vanderbilt University graduate who is certified as an arbitrator by the New York City Civil Court, and Mitchel E. Weiss has established a national reputation as a leading authority on no-fault and threshold law.

We live by our watchwords: small firm attention, big firm results. Nine out of every 10 clients come to us by way of referrals from former clients and other attorneys, which speaks volumes about our dogged determination and willingness to pursue difficult cases that other attorneys turn down. In fact, other attorneys seek our advice before beginning their own trials. Our courtroom-tested litigators have established a solid presence in the New York legal community with a number of impressive verdicts totaling $500 million. We secured $11 million for two victims, one of whom sustained brain damage requiring extensive care after being struck by a vehicle due to a manufacturer defect, and we obtained a nearly $3 million verdict for the family of a woman killed by a limb that fell from a diseased tree neglected by the city of New York. We also represented the estate of a victim of 9/11 pro bono, obtaining a $1.9 million award from the Special Master of the Victim Compensation Fund.

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