Profiles of the Lawyers at Alpert, Slobin and Rubenstein

Personal Injury Attorneys in New York

Morton Alpert
Gary Slobin
Arthur Rubenstein

At Alpert, Slobin and Rubenstein, we offer considerable experience to individuals who have sustained unnecessary personal injury, representing clients throughout the New York City area. Our senior attorney has more than 50 years in practice, and our other partners each have more than 16 years of experience.

We place a premium on personal service and individual attention. Together with our experienced and professional support staff, we work hard to earn your trust and build a long-term relationship. We know the consequences of a personal injury and will carefully gather all information about your claim so we can help you get full and fair compensation for all your losses. Our lawyers will explain the law and the legal process, as well as your options and likelihood of success, so that you always know where you stand.

We have an extensive record of achieving positive results for our clients. To see examples of the recoveries we have obtained, see our settlements and verdicts page.

Contact Our Office

At our office, every prospective client is entitled to a free initial consultation. To arrange a meeting, call us toll-free at 1-888-NY-INJURY (888-694-6587) or contact our office online. We can be reached by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Appointments can be scheduled for traditional business hours, or for evenings and weekends upon request. If you are unable to travel due to injury or illness, we will come to your home or the hospital for a meeting.

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The Law Office of Alpert, Slobin & Rubenstein, LLP represents accident victims throughout New York including the 5 Boroughs, Bronx County, Kings County, Kings County, Queens County, New York County, Richmond County, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County, Orange County, Putnam County, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island and Long Island. Gary Slobin is licensed to practice law in the state of New Jersey as well as New York.