Jeffrey D. Herman, founded the firm of Jeffrey D. Herman & Association, P.C. in 1994 with the firm focusing on the practice of Personal Injury, Real Estate, Landlord Tenant, Criminal Law, Traffic Matters, Wills & Trusts, and General Litigation. He has been in practice for over twenty years during which time he has successfully handled complex proceedings to settlement and trial. After graduating from Alfred University with a B.A., Mr. Herman received his J.D. from Hofstra University school of law in June, 1986. He was admitted to practice in the second department of the State of New York in July of 1987, the Southern District of New York in September 1987 and in the Eastern District of New York in October 1987. Mr Herman is also admitted to the New Jersey Bar and the District of Columbia Bar.Mr. Herman is a member of the Nassau County Bar Associates and the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Herman is committed to personal service to all of his clients and practices in all of the courts within the New York Metropolitan Area.
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5.0/5.0 Review for Jeffrey D. Herman & Associates, P.C. on 07/12/18 in General Practice.
After a fender-bender, I had trouble negotiating with the driver on my own so I went to Jeff Herman. Mr. Herman took ownership for my case and checked in with me regularly. During negotiations, he protected my interests. After the car was repaired, a... Read more
After a fender-bender, I had trouble negotiating with the driver on my own so I went to Jeff Herman. Mr. Herman took ownership for my case and checked in with me regularly. During negotiations, he protected my interests. After the car was repaired, at no expense to myself, Mr. Herman checked back to see if I was satisfied. I highly recommend Mr. Herman because of his expertise and ability to represent my best interests. Read lessRead less
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