Kingston

572 Broadway
Kingston, NY 12401
First Time Callers Please Call:  1-800-LAW-AMPM

 

We are excited about our Kingston office location. We moved 16 of our staff members into a newly renovated, 11,000 square foot building in Historic Kingston. The building has been restored to its late 1800’s look, and the renovation is in keeping with other planned projects in Midtown, such as the renovation of the former United States Lace Curtain Factory building and the Kingston High School project.

The office is located at 572 Broadway Kingston, NY 12401.

As one of New York State’s largest personal injury law firms, we are dedicated to serving clients in the Hudson Valley. Our Kingston office is one of our many offices throughout New York State and is conveniently located in the heart of Kingston, New York. If you need to contact us after business hours, you can call us 24/7 or fill out the free case appraisal form on the right.

Services We Offer in Kingston, NY

ArtBridge 2015

In 2015, we sponsored ArtBridge Kingston. ArtBridge is a New York City based 501c3 non-profit, founded 7 years ago with the mission to beautify construction sites and neighborhoods that need some attention by displaying public works of art submitted by local artists, selected by a juried panel of curators, and installed for the public to enjoy. The large-scale works help to transform neighborhoods into ‘destinations’ and bring positive attention to a community and location. For 6 years, Art Bridge has successfully completed many large public installations, such as at the Barclay’s Stadium and Atlantic Yards; Chelsea, DUMBO, and Gowanus Canal. They have recently expanded to Italy and for the past two years we have successfully completed installations in Kingston, NY.

Art Bridge Kingston has used the midtown location of the Greenkill Ave Bridge and CSX bridge next to it to showcase winning art pieces submitted by local arts. The installation goes up 2-3 days before Kingston’s St. Patrick Parade and Shamrock Run. The banners are taken down after 6 months and recycled and made into tote bags by a non-profit that sells the majority of the bags to benefit a NYC women’s homeless shelter!

For more information on ArtBridge Kingston, visit art-bridge.org

 

Finkelstein & Partners LLP Verdicts & Settlements from the Kingston, NY Area

$350,000 Motor Vehicle Accident Settlement*

Ulster County, NY Our client, a 59 year old male, was a passenger in his brother-in-law’s car when the defendant crossed over and hit the car our client is in. Read more here.

$140,000 Motor Vehicle Accident Settlement*

Ulster County, NY Our client, 36 year old female, was driving when a deputy sheriff, who was parked on the shoulder of the road, entered into our plaintiff’s lane striking her vehicle. No lights or sirens were on. Our client had a fractured hand that required surgery. Read more here.

Shocking Nursing Home Failures Just Revealed, Kingston


Reviews from Kingston and the Surrounding Area

Eric H. “I highly recommend Finkelstein & Partners if you've had a serious injury. When I lost my leg while riding a motorcycle because someone was texting and driving and caused the crash, it was the scariest day of my life. My fiancée called Finkelstein & Partners right away and it was the best thing she could have ever done. They jumped right on the case, took critical pictures of the accident scene and interviewed key witnesses. They were with me throughout the entire process, helping me with everything I needed. What I really appreciated was that from the beginning, they told me this was my case and their job was to give me all the information to make an informed decision. They really did that. They spent the time with me to educate me on the impact of each decision I had to make and I really felt in control of my case. I was blown away when they did the deposition of the other driver, it was awesome. When it came to negotiating, they were able to ultimately work out a settlement where I know I would not have done any better if I went to trial. They changed my life and I can't thank them enough.”