A Small Firm With Big Results

We take the fight as far as needed and do what it takes to get the job done.

Persistence And Professionalism For Over 35 Years

For more than three decades, attorney Jeffrey Strauss, Esq., has fought for injured people in New York and New Jersey. He knows that law, and he leads our firm with no-nonsense, hardworking dedication in such cases as:

  • Medical malpractice
  • Birth injuries
  • Motor vehicle crashes: Truck collisions and car wrecks can cause devastating bodily injuries.
  • Burns
  • Legal malpractice
  • Premises liability: Animal attacks and falls caused by basic negligence in securing the safety of an area.
  • Construction accidents: Including injuries caused by falling objects and repetitive motion.

We make a promise to take your case as far as necessary to get you the results you need. Our practice has been successful because we know the law, and we know when we are right. And when you have that confidence, we can obtain a just result.

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Practice Focus

Our Unique History With Medical Malpractice

Medical mistakes are dangerous. They can cause lasting injuries and death. In that moment, you want a lawyer who can fight for you the way you deserve. Attorney Jeffrey Strauss, Esq., with his background in medical science, has advantages in medical malpractice litigation that few can match.

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Practice Focus

Personal Injury

We will fight your case with focus and passion.

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Practice Focus

Wrongful Death

A background in medical science informs our work.

You Have Nothing To Lose And Everything To Gain

What Our Clients Say

Testimonial

“Jeffrey Strauss is a professional, compassionate, man of integrity. He far surpassed any preconceived notions I had from two previous experiences with the profession. He listens, cares, is honest and will bring you his years of experience as to the best course to follow. He works hard with your best interests at heart. I strongly recommend him. He is a pleasure to deal with and comforting to have him by your side when feeling vulnerable.”

— Debbie K.