Ronald Francis, Attorney
Ronald Francis, Esq. is a lawyer licensed to practice in the state of New York since 1989. He has litigated many construction cases gaining valuable experience in this field. After practicing in one of the largest NYC law firms, he opened his own firm in 1995, and has gained a reputation as an aggressive attorney who fights vigorously for his clients.
Mr. Francis provides the level of personal attention you expect from a small firm with the resources and experience often found only at a large law office.
Unlike big firms, where clients are shuffled back and forth among several attorneys, who all bill the clients for getting up to speed on the case, Ronald Francis, Esq. handles all of the legal aspects of your matter. You will deal directly with him at all times, not a paralegal or a junior associate.
The Law Firm prides itself in providing first-rate legal representation without sacrificing the personalized attention which every client deserves.
|Education:||State University of New York B.S.|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York 1989|
U.S. District Court Northern District of New York 1990
New York 1989
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York 1989
U.S. Tax Court 1996
U.S. District Court Western District of New York 1990
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