The Sarcone Law Firm was formed on January 1, 2000, having succeeded Dillon & Sarcone, LLP, formed April 1, 1998. The Sarcone Law Firm maintains its principal office one mile from the Westchester County Courthouse in White Plains, New York and has satellite offices in Manhattan, and Croton-on-Hudson, New York. Its founder, John A. Sarcone, III, has dedicated the firm to providing the highest-quality legal counsel to corporate clients in the areas of municipal and administrative law, commercial law including international and construction law. The Sarcone Law Firm provides the highest quality of legal representation to insurance carriers and businesses in litigation involving personal injury, negligence, products liability, premises liability, labor law, commercial law, workers' compensation, property damage and subrogation claims. The Sarcone Law Firm also represents clients in commercial and residential real estate development, financing and closings and has an extensive family, matrimonial and probate practice.
The Sarcone Law Firm holds that this law firm is positioned to provide productive and cost-effective legal services based on time-tested litigation "basics" including thorough knowledge of applicable law, the development of litigation strategies, careful preparation, close client contact, responsiveness to client concerns, and productive relationships with municipal officials, regulatory department heads, court staff and the Bar.
In additional to its extensive litigation practice, the Sarcone Law Firm represents many clients before municipal boards concerning land use and represents not for profits in many areas and maintains productive relationships with the charities bureau of the NYS Attorney General's office. The Sarcone Law Firm also handles residential and commercial real estate closings and collections on loan defaults for commercial lenders.
The Sarcone Law Firm is currently on the approved list for the following insurance companies and TPA's: St. Paul/Travelers (environmental claims - general property/casualty, premises liability and personal injury defense), Selective Insurance (primarily municipal defense), The New York State Insurance Department, Liquidation Bureau (general property/casualty, premises liability and personal injury Auto defense) and CNA - (general premises liability).