Without you Sir, I would have been a lost case. I will not forget all you have done for me.
Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco is a national disability law firm and The New York Disability Law Blog is published as a public service. The blog is intended to be an information and opinion resource for injured and disabled workers about 9/11 Victims’ Compensation claims, workers compensation claims, Social Security disability claims, construction accident claims and civil service disability pensions. We welcome comments and questions to any of our posts from potential clients, existing clients, fellow attorneys, medical professionals and/or the news media. You may email us or call us Toll Free at 1-877-NY-DBLAW.
The Editor of the New York Disability Law Blog is Troy G. Rosasco, Esq. Troy has represented over 7500 injured and disabled workers since 1990. He attended both the United States Air Force Academy and Cornell University’s School of Industrial & Labor Relations prior to taking his law degree at St. John’s University. He is a member in good standing of both the New York and New Jersey Bars. He is also admitted to practice before the federal courts of the Eastern District of NY and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He successfully argued the seminal case of Brown vs. Commissioner of Social Security before the federal Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
Troy has authored over 25 articles on workers compensation and disability law for various legal periodicals, including the ABA General Practice Section Newsletter, the Queens Lawyer, the Nassau Lawyer and the Suffolk Lawyer. He was the co-author, with Prof. David Gregory of St. John’s Law School, of the Legal Advisory Chapter in Warren, Gorman & Lamont’s Workers’ Compensation Guide. He has guest lectured at both Brooklyn Law School and St. John’s Law School on workers compensation and disability law. He is a frequent lecturer to other attorneys and has presented CLE programs for the New York State Bar Association, the Nassau Bar Association and the Suffolk Bar Association. He has been a guest on the television program The Common Law and the radio programs Your Legal Rights and Learning About the Law. He has been quoted on workers compensation and disability issues in the New York Law Journal, Newsday, and the New York Daily News.
Troy is currently an Executive Board Member of the New York State Injured Workers Bar Association, a member of the Board of Directors of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant Representatives, the first Down-State Co-Chair of the New York Workers’ Compensation Alliance, a Member of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Grievance Committee, a former Director of the Nassau County Bar Association, a Sustaining Member of the and Vice-Chair of the Town of Oyster Bay Housing Authority.
For over a generation, the attorneys at Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, L.L.P. have been helping clients obtain all the benefits they deserve from insurance companies and government agencies. We have five convenient offices in Manhattan, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties, New York, serving injured and disabled workers. We are known for our honesty, compassion and tireless representation of disabled clients – a rare combination that gets results! Unlike some firms, we pride ourselves on being a full service disability law firm and we can coordinate all your claims, including New York State Workers Compensation claims; Construction Accident Lawsuits; Social Security Disablity claims; private and ERISA long term disability claims; volunteer firefighter compensation claims; New York Disability Retirement Pensions; and Veterans Disability claims.
Our experienced attorneys are supported by a well trained staff and state-of-the-art technology to provide you with the finest legal representation possible. We offer FREE Case Evaluations and a FREE “second opinion” service for those who already have legal representation.
We hope you find this blog helpful. Please call us Toll-Free at 1-877-NY-DBLAW if we can be of further assistance. We look forward to hearing from you.