STUART M. RISSOFF IS ON YOUR SIDE
CONFIDENT CARING COMPASSIONATE
Stuart M. Rissoff has been practicing law in the personal injury field for over 30 years.
STUART M. RISSOFF WILL FIGHT FOR YOU
Born and raised in the Bronx, Stuart M. Rissoff is a product of the New York City Public Schools and the State University of New York. He credits his success to an emphasis on preparation, honesty, and close client contact. He maintains conveniently located offices in the Bronx, New York, and in
Uniondale, Long Island.
“I am always responsive to my clients’ needs and concerns. I make a point of telling them that there are no unimportant questions.” In addition, Mr. Rissoff involves clients in every facet of the legal process, including encouraging them to join him at court conferences. “Handling a case is a joint effort,” he says, “where the assistance of clients and experts maximizes the client’s recovery.”
Mr. Rissoff's philosophy has produced impressive results:
- $3 million dollars for back injuries suffered by construction worker
- $2.5 million dollars for leg injuries suffered in auto accident
- $850,000 for neck and back injuries suffered by pedestrian as a result of being struck by New York City Housing Authority tree
- $500,000 for shoulder injuries suffered by secretary tripping over loose wire
- $500,000 for burns suffered due to medical negligence
INJURY CASES I HANDLE
Every year people are affected physically, emotionally, or financially by medical negligence, on-the-job injuries, poorly designed products, unfair business practices, discriminatory regulations, and the negligence of others.
Serious and catastrophic injury cases, including uninsured motorist claims and all others.
If you were hit by a car while walking, you can seek compensation.
Ladder falls, scaffolding falls, equipment failures, electrocution cases and others.
Slip and Fall Injuries
Slip and fall accidents can occur for a number of reasons and happen more often than you think.
Wrongful death claims are based on what the deceased’s heirs have lost as a result of the death.
Spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, severe burns, disfiguring injuries and others.