Newburgh & Albany – Andrew G. Finkelstein, managing partner of Finkelstein & Partners LLP, one of New York State’s largest personal injury law firms, is proud to announce that fifteen of the firm’s attorneys have been named 2017 Super Lawyers. This is the eleventh consecutive year that multiple attorneys from the firm earned this prestigious recognition, and more than any previous year.
Finkelstein & Partners’ managing partner Andrew G. Finkelstein, was named one of the Top 25 Personal Injury attorneys in the Hudson Valley”, and appears on the list for the eleventh year running. Also receiving the Super Lawyer recognition are: Greg Blankinship, Jeremiah Frei-Pearson, Michael Feldman, Kenneth Fromson, Todd S. Garber, David E. Gross, Victoria Lightcap, Nancy Morgan, Marshall P. Richer, Ronald Rosenkranz and Sharon Scanlan.
Recognized, as Rising Stars on the 2017 list are attorneys Chris Camastro and Amber Cambio. Veterans attorney Christine Clemens was nominated as a NY Metropolitan Rising Star.
The 15 attorneys have been recognized for outstanding achievement for their work in the field of personal injury law by their fellow attorneys. The complete list of Hudson Valley and Albany Super Lawyers is available in Albany Super Lawyers and Hudson Valley Magazine is on newsstands now.
Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Those named to this prestigious list have been chosen by their peers and through independent research. To be eligible for inclusion as a Rising Stars, a candidate must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less.
“Finkelstein & Partners is honored to have such a strong showing on the Super Lawyers’ list again this year,” said Andrew Finkelstein. “Our attorneys provide a high level of commitment and dedication in order to meet the needs of our clients. It’s nice to be recognized by our peers as well.”
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